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More visible with Google Scholar Citations

Google Scholar is by far the most widely used bibliographical tool for scholarly publications. It has a problem however, and that is lack of metadata control. You can enhance your findability by creating an account and telling Google which publications in their database are yours. After taking these steps, searches on your name will show..

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Be found and be read: TU Delft Repository

Make sure that all your academic output is easily accessible and read. There are a couple of ways to ensure that the publications of TU Delft are easily and openly available. Upload your publications in the  TU Delft Institutional Repository, where dissertations, articles, conference proceedings, book reviews, patents, speeches and other publications of TU Delft..

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Mendeley Stats: the successor to My Research Dashboard

In 2015, Elsevier introduced My Research Dashboard, where the Article Usage Reports and CiteAlert services were combined into one platform. They have now taken this to the next level with the introduction of Mendeley Stats. Mendeley Stats is a personal service that helps you measure the exposure and impact of your publications.  It combines ScienceDirect views,..

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