We endeavor to make your reasearch widely accessible to other researchers. We also want to provide you tools see the progress of that availablity. There are few ways we enable you to do this.
One of the greatest measures of usage for a manuscript is its citation by other manuscripts. However, depending on the publication where the citing manuscript occurs, we may or may not be able to access it.
We have built a system to try and capture as much information about the citations of published works in the JCI as possible. You may see these citations via the Citations page for any article. If there are citations, this link will show up on the right hand side of the article page or you can just add /citations to the end of an article page (e.g. www.jci.org/articles/view/31311/citations) to get to the citations page.
The web provides a plethora of information at our disposal. We attempt to distill this down into useful metrics to understand how many people are using your research and how. This is down with our Article Usage page. Like citations, you can add /usage to the end of an article page to access it's usage (e.g. www.jci.org/articles/view/31311/usage).