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Plum Analytics at Mount Sinai: How Does Plum Track My Research?

How Does Plum Track Research?

If you are a published author, your Scopus Author ID is the preferred method for adding publications to the profile. Once your Scopus ID is saved in Plum, your Plum profile will then automatically populate when new articles and outputs are published.   

Plum can also track other research data sources such as: PubMed IDs, DOIs, URLs, YouTube channels, datasets, patents, and more.

Outside profiles and websites can also be included in Plum including ORCID, Twitter, laboratory websites, Wikipedia, ResearchGate, LinkedIn, and more:

Example of a PlumX profile: Marta Filizola, showing departments, h-index, research artifact counts, and links