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UMB Faculty Research Profiles Overview SciVal ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier Properties S.A.
SciVal Experts enables you to: Explore collaborations with other researchers at UMB by identifying experts in their discipline or related subject areas Discover researchers in other institutions by finding authors with similar expertise and publication histories Establish new relationships by easily navigating the vast network of researchers and departments
Browse Profiles… By department By name By concept (topic)
Research Trends Research concepts that have been most significantly present over the charted period are represented in this visualization. The height of the line equals the number of publications including the concept for a particular year, so increases or decreases can be seen by topic over time. You may add and remove concepts using the checkboxes below or adjust the time period included by dragging the handles left and right.
Research Network The visualization below creates a map of the connections between individuals within the unit (for a department network), or between the selected researcher and their collaborators. The circles represent individual researchers and the lines connecting them represent papers that they have published together. Clicking on a circle shows a preview of the profile of that researcher below the visualization, and clicking on a line shows the publications on which the two individuals have collaborated. The visualization continues to move because it is a force-directed algorithm, constantly reshaping the visualization to find the best view. You may pause the movement by clicking anywhere in the box.
Search by Full Text Enter large sections of text (such as a funding announcement or research description) and click search to have Research Profiles analyze the text and create a weighted fingerprint to begin a search. You may then adjust the results to change the weighting of each term, by making that search term required or removing it altogether.