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Who reads research articles? An altmetrics analysis of Mendeley user categories

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  • Ehsan Mohammadi
  • Mike Thelwall
  • Stefanie Haustein
  • Vincent Larivière

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  • Ehsan Mohammadi & Mike Thelwall & Stefanie Haustein & Vincent Larivière, 2015. "Who reads research articles? An altmetrics analysis of Mendeley user categories," Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology, Association for Information Science & Technology, vol. 66(9), pages 1832-1846, September.
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