SCOPUS : An eye on global research.
53 million records | 21,915 titles | 5,000 publishers
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. Delivering a comprehensive overview of the world's research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities, Scopus features smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research. As research becomes increasingly global, interdisciplinary and collaborative, you can make sure that critical research from around the world is not missed when you choose Scopus.
Search | Analyze | VisualizeResearch is a complex pursuit. More than ever, finding the right result is as important as uncovering trends, discovering sources and collaborators, and analyzing results to yield further insights. Scopus features smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research.
· Search by document, author or affiliation, or use Advanced Search
· Refine results by source type, year, language, author, affiliation and more
· Link to full-text articles and other library resources
· Use the QUOSA Information Manager to bulk retrieve results in .pdf format
· Export data to Reference Managers such as Mendeley, RefWorks and EndNote
· Stay up-to-date with Email Alerts, RSS and HTML feeds
· Find related documents by shared references, authors and/or keywords
· Identify and match an organization with its research output using Affiliation Identifier
· Identify collaborators or subject experts with Author Identifier
· Clarify your identity through integration with ORCID
· Benefit from indexing with Universal Discovery Services.
· Take advantage of interoperability with ScienceDirect.
· Track citations over time for a set of authors or documents, with Citation Overview/Tracker
· View h-index for specific authors
· Assess trends in search results with Analyze Results
· Analyze an author's publishing output with Author Evaluator
· Gain insight into journal performance with Journal Analyzer and alternative journal impact metrics SNIP and SJR