Google Scholar (Journal) Metrics, see Other Journal Rankings
NIH ranking, see iCite
Publish or Perish software, see Citation Counts for Authors: Other Sources
Altmetric tries to capture impact primarily in social media and in non-traditional publishing venues. Altmetric looks at public policy documents; mainstream media; blogs; peer-review forums such as PubPeer, Publons, and F1000; Wikipedia; Mendeley and CiteULike (citation management services); social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, You Tube, and Reddit; plus citation data from Scopus. Note that Mendeley readers, Scopus citation counts and CiteULike bookmarks do not count towards the score.
The Altmetric score can be found in some databases, most notably, Library One Search, Experts.ASU, and on some publisher websites. The numerical score is usually enclosed in a colorful "donut" whose colors represent the amount and source of the data, although a smaller text icon may be used instead. Click on whatever icon is displayed to get a detailed report.
Note: "altmetrics" (small "a", plural) is a shortcut for the phrase "alternative metrics," meaning alternatives to citation metrics. "Altmetric" (capital "A", singular) is a company (http://altmetric.com) producing altmetrics for the library and publishing communities.
The Altmetric score is contained in the Library One Search and Experts.ASU databases. Simply find the article of interest by entering it's title within parentheses, or search an author's name for a list of their publications. If the "donut" is available (not every article will have one), click on the donut to see the details.
The Altmetric Details Page provides: