What is SciVal?
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 UC researchers have been created within SciVal that will be useful for you to benchmark your research. The groups include each of the following:
How to Create a Research Report in SciVal
Couldn't make it to one of the workshops? No problem! We've recordings of the sessions available online:
You will need to either have a Scopus/Elsevier account already, or if not, create one. When you click on the above link, you should be prompted to login using your normal Canterbury credentials. You will then see this screen:
Type in your email here. Do not click 'Sign in with your institution.'
You will see one of two screens:
If you see the first screen, please create a new account and then you'll be all set to go.
If you see the second, it means you already have an Elsevier account. If you remember your password, great, just sign in! If you don't, click the forgot password button. The email will likely go to your spam emails (and likely not the one in Outlook, you'll have to go to the old PreciseMail Anti-Spam Gateway login and find it there. After that, you should be able to change your password and log in.