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04 - Organisation subject classifications page

Understanding the view

Organisation subject classification view

 

  1. The table displays all the subject classifications associated with research from your selected organisation.
    1. For each subject you will see the total number of articles and where this output ranks the organisation among all organisations publishing on that subject.
    2. Click "drill down" to explore the next level of detail. You can drill down up to five levels through the Inspec subject classification thesaurus. An example of this is:
      • Electrical engineering and electronics
        • Power systems and applications
          • Generating stations and plants
            • Thermal power stations and plants
              • Gas-turbine power stations and plants
  2. The "breadcrumb" at the top shows your path. You can click any point in the "breadcrumb" to drill back up to return to higher levels of detail.
  3. To compare output for a number of subjects, select your chosen subjects and click "update graph". The line graph at the top will display the research output for each of your selected subjects over time. Hover over the points to display the number of articles for each year.
  4. Filter the date range of your results using the "From" and "to" drop-down selections.

The galaxy chart

Galaxy chart

You can also explore subject classifications for your selected organisation using the galaxy chart view.

  1. Switch to the galaxy chart using the toggle.
  2. Hover over each subject to see the full classification name and number of articles.
  3. A grey circle indicates there are no further levels to view.
  4. The "breadcrumb" at the top shows your path. You can click any point in the "breadcrumb" to drill back up to return to higher levels of detail.

Exporting your insights

Click on "Export as PDF" at the top of the page to download your current view. The PDF includes a link to your view so you can see return directly to the data in the future.