Research Databases

SciVal (Elsevier)

URL https://scival.com/
Description SciVal helps you assess your institution’s research performance from a variety of perspectives in order to establish, execute and evaluate strategies based on reliable evidence. Using advanced data analytics, SciVal allows you to instantly process an enormous amount of data, 48 million publication records from over 22,000 journals of over 5,000 publishers worldwide, and provides access to more than 280 trillion metric values to generate powerful data visualizations on-demand, in seconds. SciVal is based on output and usage data from Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and citation database for peer-reviewed publications. SciVal uses Scopus data from 1996 to current date. Please note all users will need to register for an Elsevier account. Registration information may be stored on servers outside Canada.
Subjects Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Economics, Forest Biology, Geography, Health Information, History, Marine Science, Neuroscience, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology
Publisher Elsevier
Subscription Subscription
Alumni Access No
Open Access No
   

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