Get started with SciVal
SciVal is a bibliometric tool that can be used to analyse and visualize the positioning of research of individuals, groups and institutes. As a researcher, you can use SciVal for example to create evaluation reports, identify a publication strategy, and to find new collaborations.
What does Scival provide?
SciVal uses the Scopus database and provides publication information and metrics of over 10,000 research institutions, countries and individual researchers.
You can define your own publication sets, groups or research areas by using keywords, importing publications from Scopus for example. You can also collect and group names of colleagues or collaborators to analyse group performances.
SciVal offers four analysis modules:
Use Overview to get a high-level overview of the research performance of TU Delft, other institutions, countries and groups of researchers.
Use Benchmarking to compare and benchmark TU Delft with other institutions, researchers and groups of researchers using a variety of metrics.
Use the Collaboration module to explore the collaboration network of both TU Delft and other institutions.
Explore Trends to get the current scientific trends to determine a new research strategy, and to find collaboration opportunities and rising stars.
How to get started with SciVal
For online security reasons, please make sure that you do not use your TU Delft login credentials to log into SciVal/Elsevier.
Do you have questions or need help or practical examples?
Consult the FAQ and the ever growing number of SciVal use cases or email email@example.com.
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