UCT Research Competencies Assessed Using Elsevier’s SciVal Spotlight<br />
How are competencies created in SciVal® Spotlight?<br />Competencies are created in three steps:<br />Step 1. Identify art...
Clusters: Distinct Competency 1<br />
All 79 competencies:colours denote different disciplines; clusters nearest middle are most multidisciplinary<br />Eg: mala...
Largest competency:<br />
Number 2:<br />
Number 3:<br />
Multidisciplinarity:<br />
How to assess leadership?<br />
Differential measures….<br />Citation Leaders<br />Publication Leaders<br />Innovation Leaders<br />
Citation Leaders<br />
Author	 Published articles	 Articles in competencies<br />Wood R.		111	89	<br />Noakes T.D.	88	61	<br />Myer L.		80	59	<br...
Sci val multidisc sept 2011
Sci val multidisc sept 2011
Sci val multidisc sept 2011
Sci val multidisc sept 2011
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  1. 1. UCT Research Competencies Assessed Using Elsevier’s SciVal Spotlight<br />
  2. 2. How are competencies created in SciVal® Spotlight?<br />Competencies are created in three steps:<br />Step 1. Identify article clusters:<br />SciVal Spotlight performs a co-citation analysis on all the articles published in a specific year, such as 2010. This groups the references into "article clusters" <br />Step 2. Determine which article clusters are strengths:<br />Spotlight determines which article clusters represent your individual institution's or country's strengths. These are the clusters where your institution/country as a whole is highly ranked in article contribution <br />Step 3. Group article clusters <br />Article clusters are then grouped together based on articles they share from your institution/country. These “competencies” represent research areas where your entire institution or country is a leader. <br />
  3. 3. Clusters: Distinct Competency 1<br />
  4. 4. All 79 competencies:colours denote different disciplines; clusters nearest middle are most multidisciplinary<br />Eg: malaria drug<br />development<br />
  5. 5. Largest competency:<br />
  6. 6. Number 2:<br />
  7. 7. Number 3:<br />
  8. 8.
  9. 9. Multidisciplinarity:<br />
  10. 10. How to assess leadership?<br />
  11. 11. Differential measures….<br />Citation Leaders<br />Publication Leaders<br />Innovation Leaders<br />
  12. 12. Citation Leaders<br />
  13. 13. Author Published articles Articles in competencies<br />Wood R. 111 89 <br />Noakes T.D. 88 61 <br />Myer L. 80 59 <br />Flisher A.J. 75 40 <br />Williamson A.L. 74 43 <br />Stein D.J. 63 35 <br />Lawn S.D. 61 54 <br />Bateman E.D. 59 16 <br />Reason C.J.C. 56 42<br />Opie L.H. 55 26 <br />Smith P.J.D. 52 35 <br />Maartens G. 49 41 <br />Ventura N. 48 2<br />Martin D.P. 47 42<br />Wilkinson R.J. 47 37 <br />Brombacher F. 46 28 <br />Lambert E.V. 46 26 <br />Levitt N.s. 46 17 <br />Millar R.P. 46 27 <br />2005-2009 Top 19 Authors at UCT<br />

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