In September 2018, Lizzie Gadd and Ian Rowlands published the findings from a Lis-Bibliometrics survey of bibliometric practitioners as to how they’d like to see bibliometric and altmetric tools improve. The survey was aimed at starting a dialogue with the supplier community around how these tools might develop to better meet end-user needs. We’re delighted to say that following the publication of these results, Digital Science have published a formal response to these findings in the form of a blog post. We have reproduced this post here on The Bibliomagician and hope that other suppliers might also follow suit.
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