Metrics may indicate research quality and provide supporting evidence of claims that researchers make about their track record, contribution to a discipline, international profile or capacity to collaborate.
Research metrics vary over time and between disciplines:
Consider the following indicators for tracking and evaluating the impact of your article. See also: Elsevier Research metrics quick reference (PDF download).
For DECRA (data sourced from SciVal):
Other key metrics:
FOR ACADEMIC PROMOTION APPLICATIONS
Your Research Activity Statement is available from the Research Portal. It includes the following SciVal metrics:
For more information about your Research Activity Statement, email the Research Data Team: ResearchData@westernsydney.edu.au
"My work is multidisciplinary - 34% of my articles are in the subject area of biochemistry, 29% in biophysics and 16% in oncology (Web of Science, 1/12/2019)"
See also: Collaborations.
"70% of my journal articles have non-WSU Australian-based co-authors, with 15% of my papers involving international co-authors, including three papers with Harvard University co-authors (Web of Science, 1/12/2019)"
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