Import your organizational structures into SciVal
SciVal never sits still, and are constantly making updates to the platform, as well investing in the underlying data computing.
As part of SciVal’s Pascal release, it is now possible to import your hierarchical structures from Pure into SciVal. You are also able to customize, giving unique names and descriptions to your Analyses, in your Reports, we’ve updated the calculation of the h5-index and expanded the SciVal API to support predefined groups of researchers and predefined groups of countries.
SciVal's Pascal release provides greater integration between SciVal and Pure.
Join us for a webinar ‘Analyze research programs and maintain your organization’s structure in SciVal!’ where our SciVal experts will help you make the most of this new feature including:
- Tips and tricks to analyze research themes and programs
- Create your organization's structure to power efficient and consistent reports for all users
- Gain a full understanding of the research being conducted at your organization and its impact
Customize your Report names.
Help make your report/analyses library easier to navigate - customize the names of the analyses in your library with descriptive terms for quicker identification and ordering. You can also now rename the analyses in your library, so older analyses names can be made more descriptive. There are more improvements to Reporting coming in the following releases! Read all about our latest Reporting enhancements
Fig. 3 Customize the names of the analyses in your library with descriptive terms for quicker identification and ordering
Update to h5 metric.
Based upon your feedback, the h5-index metric will be modified to count not only documents, but also citations in the same 5-year time window, which allows true year-on-year comparisons in the Benchmarking module.
We’ve expanded the SciVal API
We are now supporting predefined groups of researchers and predefined groups of countries.
Also please be aware that the SciVal API URL has been updated: it used to be /metrics/ but has changed to /analytics/scival. We will still support /metrics/ for the next few months, but it will eventually be removed. Please ensure you update your API calls accordingly.
The SciVal API URL has been updated: https://api.elsevier.com/analytics/scival