SciVal is a research performance assessment tool that allows analysis of the data from Scopus. The Scopus database covers over 30 million publications from 1996 to the present. SciVal does a weekly check for new publications in Scopus. Researchers and institutions in SciVal are then automatically updated with any new publications found in Scopus.
SciVal can give you access to the performance of your own research, your research institution as well as individual researchers and institutions worldwide. SciVal lets you visualise research performance, benchmark against peers using a number of metrics, review co-author networks and identify potential collaborative partnerships. From this analysis, the tool can also help to inform publication planning at School/Cluster/UoA level.
SciVal can be accessed from Scopus or through the Library Catalogue. If you have a Scopus or Science Direct username and password you can login to SciVal with that, otherwise you need to register for SciVal.
The Overview Module gives a high-level overview of your institution's research performance based on publications, citations and collaborations.
The Benchmarking Module allows you to evaluate your research performance in comparison to peers.
The Collaboration Module allows you to evaluate the existing research collaborations of your institutions and identify new opportunities for collaboration in your own country or worldwide.
The Reporting Module lets you create tailored reports specific to your research strategy.