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Institutional Metrics

Institutional metrics examine an institution’s research outputs, collaborations with others, and the academic impact based on the publications and the number of times they have been cited.

InCites and SciVal are citation-based research evaluation tools, that can

  • Track an institution's research output and impact
  • Benchmark an institution against others
  • Examine an institution's research output and impact by discipline
  • Evaluate an institution's collaborations

When we find where we are, then we will find the ways to increase the overall impact.

  • Tools

 

SciVal

InCites

notes

Data Source

Scopus,

overview and collaboration data back to 2012,

Benchmark back to 1996

Web of Science, back to 1980

 

Access

To access SciVal, you need to register an account.

To access InCites, you need to register an account.

If you already have Web of Science or EndNote Online account, you can use it for InCites as well.

Helps & Tutorials

SciVal metrics guidebook

Video: Overview module
Video: Benchmarking module
More information about SciVal

InCites indicators handbook

InCites tutorials on Benchmarking & Analytics

More information about InCites

 

  • Metrics used in SciVal and InCites
Indicators  SciVal  InCites  Definition

Publications

Scholarly output

Web of Science documents

Total publications

Outputs in Top Citation Percentiles (top 1%, 5%, 10%, 25%) shows as Percentage or Total value

% Documents in Top 1%, 10% (based on citations by category, year, and document type)

The number of (or Percentage) publications of a selected entity that are highly cited, having reached a particular threshold of citations received.

Publications in Top Journal Percentiles (top 1%, 5%, 10%, 25% by using CiteScore Percentile, SNIP or SJR) shows as percentage or total value

% Documents in Q1,2,3,4 Journals

Documents in Q1,2,3,4 Journals (Count of documents in JIF journals)

The number of (or Percentage) publications of a selected entity that have been published in the world's top journals.

 

Highly Cited Papers

Papers (articles and reviews) that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year

Citation Impact

Citation Count

Times Cited

citation number

Citations per Publication

Citation Impact

Average (mean) number of citations per paper

h-indices

h-index

A scholar or journal with an index of h has published h papers each of which has been cited in other papers at least h times

Field-Weighted Citation Impact

Category Normalized Citation Impact

 

Citation impact normalized for the subject, year and document type

 

ESI Most Cited

Organizations that are the most cited and therefore included in ESI

Collaboration

Collaboration (geographical)

International Collaborations

 

Collaboration Impact (geographical)

% International Collaborations