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SciVal's year range update - saving current analyses and using report templates

Each year the date ranges available in SciVal are moved forward by one years to make the latest year of data available for use. In 2020, this will occur on June 16th. To help you prepare for the year range change, please join this webinar where SciVal Product Manager, Chris James will explain the changes you can expect with this release, along with handy tips on how to save your analyses with the current year ranges and use report templates to speed up the whole process.
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