Announcing new data reports for PeerJ Articles: cited-by information
PeerJ has now been publishing for over a year (as of today we have published 329 peer-reviewed articles) and citations are starting to accrue to our articles from the wider literature.
As a result, we are now displaying citation information on each PeerJ article. Whenever an article has received a citation as measured by either CrossRef or Scopus, we will be noting that fact in the left hand menu bar and then displaying a list of the actual citations (via CrossRef). This is in addition to a generic search at Google Scholar for citations.
We encourage you to check out some of the PeerJ articles which are already showing strong citation activity, including:
- Dealing with the unexpected: consumer responses to direct-access BRCA mutation testing
- The effects of fixation target size and luminance on microsaccades and square-wave jerks
- Assessing insect responses to climate change: What are we testing for? Where should we be heading?
- Significant changes in the skin microbiome mediated by the sport of roller derby
Over the next few weeks, we will be running a series of blog posts with some of these earlier authors, and checking in on the progress of their research. The first such interview is with Dr Ben Corry, the author of “Na+/Ca2+ selectivity in the bacterial voltage-gated sodium channel NavAb” – read where he is currently taking his research (and follow the interview Series here).
Join these, and thousands of other PeerJ authors – choose PeerJ for your next publication!