A repository where you can upload your research outputs to make them citable, shareable and discoverable. You can upload files in any file format, which allows you to disseminate research outputs you may not have in the past, such as figures, datasets, media, papers, posters, presentations and file sets. Any item you make public on figshare will be allocated a DataCite DOI, which means it can be cited. Figshare also records how often items have been viewed or shared, and you can browse or search for the most viewed or shared items. Free service.
A repository where you can deposit the data underlying your scientific publications and make it discoverable and citable. Your data can be embargoed until your related articles are published. Dryad keeps track of data package views, file views and downloads. Accessing data is free for researchers and institutions, however there is a one-off data-set publishing cost of $90 or more (depending on size and other factors).
An online repository for sharing code, with distributed revision control and source code management functionality. GitHub users can recommend code by giving it star, or can fork the code, and tools like Impactstory gather these metrics. Registration is free.
An online repository for open source software projects. You can use SourceForge to develop, download, review, and publish open source software. Users can give projects ratings, reviews or recommendations, which can be used as altmetrics, along with the number of downloads. Using SourceForge is free.
A website where you can upload and share your presentations, infographics, documents, videos, PDFs, and webinars. SlideShare records the number of views for each item. Slideshare requires registration but is free.
A free platform for sharing and watching originally created videos. Altmetric aggregators such as ImpactStory, Plum Analytics and Altmetric collect metrics from YouTube. Metrics can also be hand collected such as the number of comments, likes, dislikes, favourites and views.
A free platform that allows users to upload and view videos. Possible metrics include the number of likes, plays, comments, mentions (the number of topics in a forum discussing the artefact) or captures (the number of people who have subscribed for an update). Plum analytics and ImpactStory collect metrics from Vimeo.