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SciVal spotlight research division 1 13 2011 SciVal spotlight research division 1 13 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Elsevier’s SciVal SpotlightCampus Research ProfileResearch StrengthsComparative (Peer) Profiles Elizabeth Brown Binghamton University Libraries January 13, 2011
  • What is SciVal Spotlight?
  • Built from Scopus data using clustering algorithm Analysis year contains 5 previous years of Scopus data Measures campus and discipline-based research activity, authors, and collections Measures inter-disciplinary research Identify research collaborators and peers View slide
  • SciVal, SciVerse and Scopus SciVal Suite: SciValSpotlight SciVal Funding SciVal Experts Sciverse Hub: SciVerse: integrates Scopus, Scirus, SciTopics, SciApplications Scopus: licensed citation database (comparable to Web of Science) View slide
  • SciVal Spotlight
  • SciVerse – ScienceDirect
  • Scopus
  • SciVal Spotlight Terms SciVal Spotlight Categories High Level Competencies = Subject or Program Low Level Competencies = Research Lab Distinctive Competencies (DC) = Developed Project Emerging Competencies (EC) = Newer Project SciVal/Scopus Term Definition (WOS Equivalent) Article Share # of publications Relative Article Share (RAS) relative quantity of work Relative Reference Share (RL) relative quality of work State of the Art (SotA) work’s recent impact SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) Impact Factor (IF)
  • Binghamton University Research Profile
  • BU Statistical Summary   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 View Distinctive Competency 4 Emerging Competency 16
  • Distinctive Competency 42009 Data
  • DC 4 Characteristics
  • DC 4 Top Authors
  • Scopus Author Profile
  • DC 4 Top Institutions
  • Emerging Competency 162009 Data
  • EC 16 Characteristics
  • Why an EC and not a DC? Criteria for a DC
  • E16 Top Authors
  • EC 16 TopInstitutions
  • Peer Profiles
  • College of William and Mary
  • University of Delaware
  • UC Santa Barbara