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ImpactPubs

Search PubMed, ORCiD, or ImpactStory and display publication information on your blog or website. Include altmetrics from ImpactStory.

This is a WordPress plugin to automatically display a publication profile on a website.

Results can be pulled from PubMed, ORCiD, or ImpactStory, and will be automatically updated daily.

One profile can be created per blog user.

[publications]

If your site has multiple users, each user can create their own publications list on the dashboard. The shortcode is then changed into:

[publications name=login_name]

To retrieve results from PubMed: Because PubMed does not use unique identifiers for a authors, you must come up with a way to search for yourself that distinguishes you from other people in the database.

For example:

  • "mcclintock"

  • "mcclintock B"

  • "mcclintock B AND Cold Spring Harbor[affiliation]"

To retrieve results from ORCiD: First, go to orcid.org and create your publication profile (very easy to do). On the left side of your profile, you should see a 16 digit number. Copy this number down to access your profile from ImpactPubs.

To retrieve results from ImpactStory: go to http://impactstory.org and create a profile. Your name in URL format (eg http://www.impactstory.org/users/YourName/) is entered as the identifier.

NOTE: This Plugin works by making a remote call to the National Library of Medicine's E-Utilities. (http://eutils.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/eutils/), to ORCiD (http://feed.labs.orcid-eu.org/) and to ImpactStory (http://impactstory.org/embed/).

The creator(s) of the Plugin assume no responsibility for the accuracy or cleanliness of the data retrieved from these remote services. Use at your own risk.

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.1
Last Updated: 2014-3-25
Downloads: 297

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