Research Portfolio Analysis: Framework & Design
The purpose of research portfolio analysis is to define a portfolio of research and understand its investments, productivity, and influence. The ARI Framework for Research Portfolio Analysis is an analytic tool developed to help you structure a research portfolio analysis and frame the use of techniques for analyzing the content, networks, publications, and other elements of the portfolio you define.
This training will introduce you to the ARI Framework and provide an overview of the techniques you can employ to answer questions such as: Who is working on this research topic? Which researchers are collaborating on this research topic? How many publications, patents, or guidelines are coming out of this research? How many citations is this research producing?