Navigation Links
Elsevier Integrates New Collaboration Analysis Capabilities Into SciVal Strata to Further Enhance Research Evaluation
Date:7/12/2011

AMSTERDAM, July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --


Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced two new collaboration analyses capabilities available within SciVal Strata (http://www.info.scival.com/strata), a web-based tool focused on the evaluation of research performance. SciVal Strata offers researchers and research administrators the flexibility to construct relevant contextual data to benchmark research teams or individual researchers, using a range of indicators based on Elsevier's Scopus data.

The collaboration analysis capabilities add a novel dimension to SciVal Strata, enabling users to assess collaboration between researchers. The new capabilities are:

  • Geographical Collaboration Network: Enables research administrators and researchers to view the locations by region and country where a researcher or research team is or has collaborative links. Furthermore, it allows users to observe activity trends over time for any specific region or country.
  • Author Network: Allows users to view the complete team in which researchers or research teams collaborated. Moreover, it indicates how often those co-authors have published with that individual or team displaying their prestige according to the h- or g-Indices, measures that represent a combination of productivity and citation impact.

"By empowering academic and governmental research advisors and researchers to assess collaboration, SciVal Strata now provides a multidimensional way to evaluate distinguished researchers and early career researchers alike," said Niels Weertman, Vice President of Product Management, Scopus and SciVal. "Furthermore, this new approach will support strategic decisions including recruitment and partnerships, ultimately improving research outcomes."  


'/>"/>
SOURCE Elsevier
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. Elsevier Strikes Exclusive eLearning Partnership with The Quality Group
2. Elsevier and Molecular Connections Develop Two New Applications on SciVerse Applications
3. Elsevier brings together leading experts from around the world for DIAMOND 2011 conference
4. Elsevier Sponsors 2010 Semantic Web Challenge
5. Elsevier Announces the SciVerse ScienceDirect eBooks Collection 2011 Frontlist
6. Elsevier Releases Image Search; New SciVerse ScienceDirect Feature Enables Researchers to Quickly Find Reliable Visual Content
7. Elsevier Announces New Partnership With Canadian Cardiovascular Society to Publish the Canadian Journal of Cardiology
8. Elsevier Introduces Article-Based Publishing to Increase Publication Speed
9. Elseviers BrainNavigator 3.0 Reflects the Next Step in Enhancing Neurological Research
10. Elsevier Survey Reveals Researchers Ready to Push Scientific Search and Discovery to the Next Level
11. Elsevier Congratulates its British Medical Association (BMA) Award Winning Medical Authors and Editors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/22/2014)... 2014 FierceBiotech today announced its annual ... companies of 2014. FierceBiotech editors John Carroll and ... year’s winners. Those selected are identified as some ... industry. , "It's always a lot of ... 15 companies," said Carroll. "This year in particular you'll ...
(Date:9/22/2014)... 2014  Spherix Incorporated (SPEX) -- an intellectual property development ... today announced that the United States Patent & Trademark Office ... month of September that is part of a standard essential ... USRE45,121 , Application number: US 13/728,867 , ... 27, 2012 The listed inventors of the ...
(Date:9/20/2014)... HealthTronics, Inc. , a leading ... and services, has signed a distribution agreement through ... for its high precision laser technology. ... mobile, surgical technology—offering more choices for healthcare providers ... will make available Clinicon’s FDA-cleared SureLase™ CO2 Laser ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... to move data would consume much less power ... as chips, transistor counts rise. , Of the ... emitters, modulators, and detectors emitters are the ... optical chips is molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), which has ... atom-thick layer. Other experimental on-chip light emitters have ...
Breaking Biology Technology:FierceBiotech Announces Annual “Fierce 15” Winners of 2014 2Spherix Notified by United States Patent & Trademark Office of New Standard Essential Patent Issued to Spherix 2Spherix Notified by United States Patent & Trademark Office of New Standard Essential Patent Issued to Spherix 3HealthTronics Announces Distribution Agreement with Clinicon-Laser Surgical Device Expands Minimally Invasive, Mobile Technology Portfolio 2HealthTronics Announces Distribution Agreement with Clinicon-Laser Surgical Device Expands Minimally Invasive, Mobile Technology Portfolio 3Toward optical chips 2Toward optical chips 3
... test aids in identifying connection between improved lipid profile ... Using the VAP Cholesterol Test from ... found an association between a rare gene mutation and ... could help in the development of heart disease risk-lowering ...
... field of electrospinning for applications primarily within the medical ... Inc. announces a new technology platform in the field ... thicknesses ranging from the nano to microscale. Zeus is ... pastes, and bioabsorbables. The result is a broad range ...
... help solve the world,s energy crisis? Probably not, ... its own small part to provide a new and ... nanotechnology, Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have also generated ... users of BlackBerry devices, cell phones and other handhelds ...
Cached Biology Technology:VAP Cholesterol Test Helps In Search For New Heart Disease Drugs 2VAP Cholesterol Test Helps In Search For New Heart Disease Drugs 3VAP Cholesterol Test Helps In Search For New Heart Disease Drugs 4Electrospinning: Emerging New Technology at Zeus 2Nanogenerators produce electricity from running rodents and tapping fingers 2Nanogenerators produce electricity from running rodents and tapping fingers 3
(Date:9/19/2014)... from several Harvard University labs in collaboration with ... researchers with the intellectual raw materials needed to ... flexible materials. , With the advent of low-cost ... manufacturing technology, soft robotics is emerging as an ... rigid robot design, but working with pliable materials, ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... University of Oklahoma biology professor will study multifunctional ... leg movements with a National Science Foundation grant ... project. , Ari Berkowitz, professor in the Department ... will focus on the differences between the multifunctional ... what neurotransmitters they use and what connections they ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... are a species which over thousands of years has adapted ... a substance that makes the cold dangerous for you. , ... albidus , and the cold provoking substance, called nonylphenol, comes ... Nonylphenol is suspected of being a endocrine disruptor, but when ... the worm,s ability to protect the cells in its body ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Soft robotics 'toolkit' features everything a robot-maker needs 2Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 2Environmental pollutants make worms susceptible to cold 3
... the movement and population size changes of Kiwis, Tuatara and ... been continually studied by conservationists and scientists. It now seems ... infect them. , Dr Alexei Drummond, from The University ... global research team analysing the genetic sequences of viruses in ...
... a Senior Research Associate at the Stowers Institute for ... and an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, ... called Snail is expressed in a cyclic fashion during ... and chick embryo. , The findings, which were ...
... been well documented that, across human cultures and in most ... females. It's simple to blame male hormones, like testosterone, for ... genes, too. , Indeed such social behavior also has a ... at the University of Virginia Health System. "The differences ...
Cached Biology News:Finding a virus is not all bad news 2Stowers scientists demonstrate mechanism of vertebral formation 2Sex chromosome genes influence aggression andmaternal behavior, say UVa researchers 2
... Kits without ammonium sulfate are compatible with ... as Taq and AmpliThem™™ DNA polymerases. You ... systems in one experiment by adding your ... the PreMixes supplied with the kit. This ...
Special grade: for molecular biology Density: 1.000 g/mL (20 C)...
Matrix for protein MALDI-MS...
... is part of a series of media originally ... Weiss et al. for the large scale propagation ... medium is primarily used for the growth and ... the propagation of viruses in these cell lines. ...
Biology Products: