Collaboration metrics can be used to highlight the degree to which a set of authors are integrated into scientific networks as evidenced by their co-authorships.
SciVal produces collaboration metrics by assigning publications as either institutional, national, international, or single-authorship based on the author and affiliation data. Where a publication fits multiple categories (e.g. national and international) it is assigned to a single category to maintain the total sum of publications.
Academic collaboration metrics may be used to evidence interdisciplinary research capacity and research partnerships at an institutional, national or international level. Academic-corporate collaboration metrics may evidence productive engagements with community groups, industry or governments.
Key ways to locate potential research collaborators include:
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