|The Stats tab shows you in-depth stats about your research to help you measure the attention your work is getting online. You can see a historical overview of your stats in simple, interactive graphs. You’ll see how often your work has been read and cited, and by whom. You’ll also get more information on which country and institution interested researchers come from, as well as |
Stats on ResearchGate help to show that your work matters.
By giving you a range of insights and information, your stats are a great way to understand the wider impact of your work and track your achievements. On ResearchGate you can also see the people behind the stats, giving you the opportunity to find out more about the people interested in your work and even connect with them.
See who's interested in your work
Stats are not just about numbers: they also represent actual researchers who are interacting with and learning from your research. On your Stats tab, you can see the profiles of your readers (provided that you've both chosen reader visibility settings that show authors when you've read their research), as well as the researchers citing and recommending your work. And you'll get demographic information about your audience by country, institution, seniority, and discipline.
Understand the bigger picture
Your Stats tab provides a range of metrics to help you get a comprehensive overview of the impact of your work.
The Research Interest Score combines, reads, recommendations, and citations to give you a convenient way to help track the impact of your work within the scientific community. You can look at other people's scores to get an idea of their impact too.
We show you citations of your work to give you a more detailed way to understand and track how your work is being referenced by others. You can also see your h-index, which gives you an idea of your impact based on your citations in relation to your publishing activity.
The time it takes for researchers to finally start citing your work can be long — anywhere between several months to several years. This is why reads are a great way to see early interest in your work by both ResearchGate members and non-members. You can also see which of your publications are read the most each week.
Recommendations by other ResearchGate members
Image RemovedThe Scores tab shows you two ways of measuring your impact and reputation as a researcher – the h-index and the RG Score.The h-index is a simple way to measure the impact of your research based on citations. And the RG Score is our very own metric that measures scientific reputation based on how both your published research and contributions on ResearchGate are received by your peers
give you an idea of the relevance of your work and tell you that people find your work useful.
Mentions show you where your work has been talked about online, outside of ResearchGate — such as on blogs, news sites, and Twitter.
Keep up with your stats each week
We provide you with a weekly stats report to help you keep track of your impact. You can access your report directly from your Stats tab – we also notify you each week as soon as your report is ready.
Celebrate your success
We think it's important to stop and enjoy your achievements, which is why we notify you when you reach certain milestones for your stats. It's also easy for you to share your achievements with others via social media, so they can help celebrate your accomplishments with you.
You can get an overview of your stats on your stats page.