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Scival Spotlight Overview

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    • SciVal Spotlight:IntroductionCampus ProfileCollection Analysis Tools
      Elizabeth Brown
      Binghamton University Libraries
      August 26, 2010
    • What is SciVal Spotlight?
      BU Campus Research Profile
      Collection Analysis Tools
      Where and what are our faculty publishing?
      Which areas are most influential?
      Compare BU strengths with peer institutions (coming)
    • What is SciVal Spotlight?
    • Elsevier database
      Built from Scopus data
      Measures campus and discipline-based research activity, authors, and collections
      Determines nature of inter-disciplinary research
      Analyze and determine gaps in collections support
      Identify collaborators and peers for research collections
    • SciVal Databases
      SciVal Spotlight – campus research profile
      SciVal Funding – funding profiles
      SciVal Horizon (new) -
      SciVal Strata (coming in late 2010) – research team profile
      SciVerse – integrates Scopus, Scirus, introduces SciTopics and SciApplications
    • SciVerse – ScienceDirect
    • SciVerse - Scopus
    • Terminology
      High Level Competencies = Subject or Program
      Low Level Competencies = Research Lab
      Distinctive Competencies (DC) = Developed Project
      Emerging Competencies (EC) = Newer Project
      Article Share = # publications at BU
      Relative Article Share (RAS) = # pubs compared to market leader
      Relative Reference Share (RL) = # highly cited pubs compared to market leader
      State of the Art (SotA) = shows recency of work cited
      SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) = Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
      Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) = Impact Factor (IF)
    • Campus Research Profile
    • BU Article Output and Citations
      SUNY Binghamton, 2009, Global
    • Publication Distribution:High Level Competencies
      2009 Data
      2008 Data
    • High Level Competencies:Circle Map
      2008 Data
      2009 Data
    • Low Level Competencies:Circle Map
      DC 4
      EC 16
      2009 Data
      2008 Data
    • 2009 Low Level Competencies:Table
    • 2009 Low Level Competencies: Matrix
      Distinctive Competency 4
      Emerging Competency 16
    • Distinctive Competency 4:2009 Data
    • DC 4 Characteristics
    • Journals and conference proceedings
    • DC 4 Competing Institutions
    • Emerging Competency 16:2009 Data
    • EC 16 Characteristics
    • Why an EC and not a DC?
      Criteria for a DC
    • EC 16 Journals
    • EC 16 Competing Institutions