Research Collection: Statistics July 2019

Among the publications with the highest Altmetric Score, a publication with the participation of Prof. Tom Crowther is in first place for the third time in a row!

We are happy to provide insight into the use of the Research Collection in July: Among the publications with the highest Altmetric Score, a publication with the participation of Prof. Tom Crowther is in first place for the third time in a row: it covers the possibility of mitigating climate change through reforestation.

In July, Albert Einstein was again at the forefront of the most downloaded doctoral thesis with his work «Eine neue Methode zur Bestimmung der Moleküldimension». The most downloaded data set was «A consensus estimate for the ice thickness distribution of all glaciers on Earth» by Daniel Farinotti. It has been on the top of the list for three months now. The open access percentage in the Research Collection could again be slightly increased; since March it has risen by 9% for 2019.

To the July 2019 infographic (external link)

The Research Collection (external link) is ETH Zurich’s publication platform, where members of the university can publish academic full texts open access and archive research data or make them publicly accessible.

20.08.2019