Research Logix Networks

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Introducing Research Logix Networks


A new module has been created for administrative needs of identifying publication collaborations between members and/or students within your account. This feature will allow administrators to create custom Networks and align Research Logix profiles based on customized needs.



Accessing Networks


  1. From your Member Repository, click “Members”
  2. The new Networks section will appear as a tab at the top of the page

  3. Saved Networks will appear below the RLOGX Member Networks banner.


  4. To view information about the Network, click the Network Name, which is a hyperlink directed to the Network.


Network Page


Figure 1: Research Logix Summary Page

Each Network page currently consists of 3 primary sections:

  1. Summary – Name and Summary of the Network
  2. Members – Section to view currently assigned Research Logix Profiles and tool to add new Profiles
  3. Publications – Reporting page to show Publication output of affiliated Research Logix Profiles



Summary Page


The summary page will allow you to define a summary and list objectives about the Network. If you would like to make changes to the summary, use the toolbar option at the top, Edit Network Information.


You will have the opportunity from this page to change the name of the Network and make alterations to the Overview data of the Network.


If you would like to delete the Network, you can use the Delete option to do so. You will be asked to confirm your election to delete before it is processed.



The Members section of the Network will allow you to view currently assigned RLOGX Profiles to the Network. When creating a new Network, the page will let you know that No Members are assigned.


To add new Members to the Network, use the Search function at the top of the page to search within your Member and Student Repository to add Research Logix Profiles to the Network.

After locating the individual, select the option from the dropdown and click “Add Member” to add the user. After adding, they will appear in the list of Members.



If you would like to remove a Member from the Network, use the Delete Icon






The power of the Networks module comes into play when you have assigned all your affiliated Research Logix Profiles to the Network.



Based on the selected RLOGX Profiles, publications output will appear on the Publications page. Similar to our other publications reporting, you will have a summary and details page with a few reporting output options.


These options include:

  • Specified Date Range for Publications
  • Output as NIH Formatted, Data Dump, or CSV
  • Cancer Relevant, Non-Cancer Relevant, or Both
  • Journal Impact Range
  • Show Collaborations Only*


*Show Collaborations Only is a feature that will only display publications where there are connections between Network Members.



For NIH Formatted views, identified members will be bolded.


The Data Dump option will allow you to see additional data points in a data grid view



More to Come

Based on input from the Community we will continue to develop additional reporting that can be achieved by Network Connections. We believe that we have just tapped into the surface of what is possible within Research Logix Networks.


Creating a Network


Creating a new Network can be done from the main Networks page, by clicking the “Create New Network” button.


You will be asked to provide a name for the Network and have the option to provide a description with the text editor.


After entering the information, make sure to click “Create Network” to create it. You will be redirected to the new Network page.

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