SciVal is useful for analysing and benchmarking research performance at the levels of individual researchers, research groups, institutions and countries.
Scopus is the data source used in SciVal.
SciVal consists of five modules:
Groups of JCU researchers have been created within SciVal that will be useful for you to benchmark your research. The groups include each of the following:
SciVal is available to JCU staff and students from the Library's Databases page. The SciVal link below will take you there.
Note that the first time you use SciVal, you need to be on campus to authenticate your access. See the step-by-step screenshots file below for more information.
To get started in SciVal, download and work through the slides in the following file.
As explained above and in the second slide of this file, one of the first things we recommend you do is to send a request for access to the groups at JCU that will be useful for benchmarking your research.
Other topics covered in this file are:
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