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Scopus and Ei (Content Excerpted from Elsevier)

What is Scopus?

Scopus is an abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings, covering the subjects of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities. It provides useful discovery and analytics tools for you you smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research records. 

Content Coverage (Elsevier, 2019):

  • 25,000 journal titles
  • 210,000 books
  • 77.8 million records 
  • 16+ million author profiles
  • 70, 000+ institution profiles
  • 5000+ publishers

What can you do with Scopus?

• Search by document, author or affiliation, or use Advanced Search
• Refine results by access type,source type, year, language, author, affiliation, funding sponsor and more
• Link to full-text articles your institution already subscribes to
• Stay updated with email alerts, RSS and HTML feeds
• Find related documents by shared references, authors and/or keywords

• Identify and match organizations/collabrotors with their research output using Affiliation Identifier/Author Identifier
• Track citations over time for a set of authors or documents with Citation Overview
• Assess trends in search results with Analyze Search Results
• Analyze an author’s publishing output and research impact with Author Evaluator and also view his h-index
• Gain insight into journal performance with Compare Journals, a tool allowing you to analyze journals by using CiteScore, SNIP and SJR