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This article offers an extensive overview of various options for both bibliometrics and altmetrics. An excellent overview of the various sites available for bibliometrics, altmetrics, journal impact factor, and citation analysis.
An exploration of bibliometrics in the journal Nature. Raises interesting points about the pluses and minuses of bibliometrics. Scroll down for links to related articles from Nature, including "Bibliometrics: Global gender disparities in science."
Bibliometric analyses were used to identify journals that are representative of the authors' research institutes. Methods to semi-automatically collect data for an institute's publications and which journals they cite are described. Can be used by librarians to generate a list of journals for subscription. Link from Academic Search Complete contains downloadable full text PDF.
Considering social media, the authors suggest that "metrics based on [these] activities could inform broader, faster measures of impact, complementing traditional citation metrics. This study explores the properties of these social media-based metrics or "altmetrics", sampling 24,331 articles published by the Public Library of Science."
"An Open Access toolkit to support bibliometrics training and awareness," by four Irish academic libraries. Offers tools to view online or download and customize, thanks to an open Creative Commons license.