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Research Staff – Training session- Analysing Research Publications data

This introductory session to the SciVal database shows you how to track research publications performance, identify institutional strengths and compare Cardiff University to peers around the world. You can analyse citations by team, department or institution, compare outputs with other institutions and analyse collaboration data. SciVal draws citation data from Scopus to provide several different metrics for any grouping of people or publications. The data can be filtered by more than 330 journal subject categories. You can also analyse publication sets you have created, for example from a search in Scopus or from an ORCA list.

When: 27 June 2017, 12:30-14:00

Where: Health Library, Cochrane Building. UHW

Book your place via the intranet here or search the intranet for library training.

Upcoming training sessions – Analysing Research Publications Data using SciVal

scivalAnalysing Research Publications Data using the SciVal database
Tuesday 13th December, 10-11.30, Julian Hodge 3.12 Training Room 2
SciVal is a powerful tool for research publications analysis. It can demonstrate research strengths for institutions, research groups and individuals, pinpoint successful publications and help analyse how successful your collaborations are. You can compare your publications performance with other institutions using a variety of publications metrics. For more information about SciVal see https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/scival