Explorer for Publishers allows for rich altmetrics reporting, through enhanced charts of attention over time and demographic breakdown views. After running a search, click the Results Analysis button on the right-hand side. The Results Analysis panel has separate tabs contained within:

Summary tab

See all mentions over time, and filter by specific attention source types. Click the bars to view the mentions contained within particular time points. Choose attention sources of your choice, e.g. Wikipedia, to view data for a specific source across those time points or view data as a stacked bar chart. You can also drill down into the mentions for specific time periods by clicking on the bars.

Highlights tab

See the latest interesting mainstream media attention. The Highlights tab pulls out high-profile, internationally-recognized media attention to outputs in your search results and displays each mention in chronological order so you can see recent mentions first. 

Demographics tab

In the Demographics tab, view a series of maps showing the spread of Twitter, Facebook, News, and Policy attention around the world, applied for any search query. You can toggle between tabs to see the data that is of most interest to you. 

Mentions tab

In the Mentions tab, view all the mentions for outputs in your search query that occurred within a particular time period. Mentions can be filtered by attention source type (e.g., Twitter, news, etc.) and by specific source. You can now search for individual news outlets, Twitter handles, policy sources and more! This functionality replaces the “Activity Tab” from EFP v1. View all mentions for outputs in your search results, as well as drill into specific sources and time periods. (e.g Everything from the New York Times this week). You can also export all of the individual mentions to CSV. 

Journals and collections

The new journals analysis tab and comparison tool helps you compare aggregated data across all Altmetric attention sources. You can sort by total number of mentions, number of Twitter mentions, Wikipedia mentions, etc., and easily see which journals in your portfolio are performing strongly across specific sources. You can compare any combination of journals and collections, just build your search and analyse in this tab. You might want to compare your journals with those of your competitors or identify publications in your own portfolio where further outreach is needed, for example in public policy. 

Results can also be exported as a CSV spreadsheet.