About Gobbledygook

Martin Fenner has for many years worked as medical doctor and cancer researcher at the Hannover Medical School Cancer Center in Germany. In May 2012 he started contract work as technical lead for the PLOS Article Level Metrics project. He believes that open standards that enable collaboration between people and software tools will make the internet a friendlier and more productive place for science and scientists. Martin can be found on Twitter as @mfenner.

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  4. Roland Haroutiounian says:

    Hi Martin,

    I have set a nice lab notebook on WordPress using custom taxonomies I set on posts. It works really well.

    As I work on chemoinformatics, my projects will get a big part of developpement project management. Do you use such an application, and if yes, wich one please ?

    I saw Gantt Project (desktop application), dotproject and taskfreak for now.

    Thanks in advance for your help and best regards.

  5. amelia beltramini says:

    You are right, but for journalists, authors’ e-mails on pubmed are the only chance to contact them…

  6. Martin Fenner says:

    Amelia, I think a contact form would also work.

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  8. Prakash Bhat says:

    Hi Martin,
    I dont see any news sources, google+ etc in PLOS ALM similar to the one provided by Altmetric.com.
    Do you plan to add them in future?
    Do you have a comparison chart comparing PLOS ALM with other providers such as Altmetric and Impact Story.
    Also would you be available for 15 minutes discussion on Wednesday Afternoon 1-5 PM EST.
    Thanks a lot,
    Prakash