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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Impactstory: Nader Ale Ebrahim

 Source: https://impactstory.org/u/0000-0001-7091-4439/achievements






Nader Ale Ebrahim








University of Malaya

Visiting Research Fellow




open access


98%



full OA


52%



8

achievements





Open Access






Top 10%


98% of your research is free to read online.
This level of availability puts you in the top 4% of researchers.


Even
better, 52% of your papers are published under a fully Open license
like CC-BY, making them available for a wide range of reuse (not just
reading). Learn more about why this is important at HowOpenIsIt.








Global Reach





Top 25%



Your research has been saved and shared in 40 countries.
That's high: only 11% of researchers get that much international attention.


Countries include


Argentina,

Australia,

Belgium


and 37 more.








Hot Streak






Top 10%


People keep talking about your research. Someone has shared your research online every month for the last 11 months.
That's a sharing streak matched by only 2% of scholars.







Greatest Hit





Top 25%



Your top publication has been saved and shared 192 times.
Only 18% of researchers get this much attention on a publication.


Your greatest hit online is A Comparison between Two Main Academic Literature Collections


Web of Science and Scopus Databases.









Global South






Top 10%


Of people who save and share your research, 60% are in the Global South.
That's a high proportion: only 2% of researchers publish work that inspires this level of engagement from the developing world.


Countries include


Argentina,

Brazil,

India


and 13 more.








Follower Frenzy





Top 25%



Someone with over 28.984 thousand followers has tweeted your research.
Only 23% of scholars have been tweeted by someone with this many followers.


Thanks, @figshare.







All Readers Welcome





Your writing has a reading level that is easily understood at grade 9 and above, based on its abstracts and titles.
That's great — it helps lay people and practitioners use your research. It also puts you in the top 3% in readability.







Big in Japan





Your work was saved or shared by someone in Japan!
Only half of researchers can claim this honor.







Impactstory: Nader Ale Ebrahim

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