Citation impacts normalised by the field, like the FWCI, indicate how the number of citations received by a researcher’s publications compares to the average or expected number of citations received by other similar publications. Similar publications are determined by year, type, and discipline.
SciVal, the research analytics product from Elsevier, provides Field-Weighted Citation Impact (FWCI)
Access SciVal through Scopus, or from www.scival.com
SciVal is available to Deakin users, however, you will need to log in using an Elsevier account. This personal account is required as you will be setting up and saving preferences. If you have an account for Scopus or ScienceDirect, this will work. If not, click Register Now
Once logged in, select the Overview module
In the left-hand menu, under Researchers and Groups, select Add Researchers and Groups
Select Define a new researcher, and search for yourself using your last name, first initial, and affiliation
Select any name variations that are you, Validate Publications if you wish (helpful if you have a popular name and want to ensure all publications are yours), or Directly go to Save Researcher
Choose a name and add tags (optional), then click Save and Finish
FWCI will be displayed in the Overall Research Performance page. Note that dates and subject filters can be applied.
A wider range of dates (back to 1996) is available via the Benchmarking module.
Please note: Calculating FWCI from SciVal only takes into consideration documents that are indexed in the Scopus database from 1996 onwards.
Category Normalized Citation Impact (CNCI) for subject, year and document type is calculated from data found in Web of Science.
Create a Publons profile and add your publications for the most accurate data from Web of Science
Access InCites through Web of Science, or from the Library A-Z Databases
InCites is available to Deakin users, however, you will need to log in using a Web of Science account. This personal account is required as you will be setting up and saving preferences. If you have an account for Web of Science or EndNote, this will work. If not, click Register Now
Once logged in, select the Analyze drop down menu, and choose Analyze by Researchers
In the selection panel across the top of the page, ensure that you have the following settings:
Person ID type group: Unique ID
Person ID type: Web of Science ResearcherID or ORCID
and then paste your ResearcherID (this will be listed in your Publons profile) or ORCID into the search field
Your profile will now be the only one available in the table of researchers
If CNCI is not already displayed as one of the indicators in the results section, you can add it by clicking the + Add indicator button.