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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ResearchGate is a European commercial social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators.Does researchresearchgate send unsolicited invitations to its users?
ResearchGate has been criticized for emailing unsolicited invitations to the coauthors of its users.Who are ResearchGate's competitors?
ResearchGate's competitors include Academia.edu, Google Scholar and Mendeley. In 2016 Academia.edu reportedly had more registered users (about 34 million versus 11 million) and higher web traffic, but ResearchGate was substantially larger in terms of active usage by researchers.Is ResearchGate the most popular academic social network?
A 2016 article in Times Higher Education reported that in a global survey of 20,670 people who use academic social networking sites, ResearchGate was the dominant network and was twice as popular as others: 61 percent of respondents who had published at least one paper had a ResearchGate profile.