Scopus author

scopus author

What is Scopus by Elsevier?

Scopus by Elsevier is a subscription bibliographic database which provides citation metrics for publications and authors. Scopus creates a unique number, or author identifier, for each author with documents indexed in Scopus. This makes it possible to:

What is Scopus Author ID?

What is Scopus Author ID? Your Scopus Author ID allows you to track your publications indexed in the Scopus citation database and build metric reports. You can use Scopus to follow the outputs of other researchers and institutions and identify potential collaborators. Search for researchers, publications, journals, and institutions.

Why do some authors have similar names in Scopus?

Some authors have similar names, or their names can appear differently in various publications. The Scopus Author Identifier distinguishes among similar names by assigning each author in Scopus a unique number and grouping all of the documents written by that author.

Whats new in the Scopus Author feedback Wizard?

We are excited to announce the redesigned Scopus Author Feedback Wizard, enabling users to easily review their Scopus Author Profile and submit corrections. Your Scopus Author Profile (automatically created by Scopus) showcases various indicators including number of citations, publication history and h-index.

How does Scopus work with Elsevier?

Scopus indexes metadata from abstracts and references of thousands of publishers, including Elsevier. Scopus builds additional functionality on top of that metadata, such as citation matching, author profiles, and affiliation profiles.

What is Scopus about?

What is Scopus about? Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.

What can Scopus do for You?

Delivering a comprehensive overview of the worlds 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.

What is the Scopus database?

Empower better decision making. Scopus is a source-neutral abstract and citation database curated by independent subject matter experts. It places powerful discovery and analytics tools in the hands of researchers, librarians, institutional research managers and funders.

How does the Scopus Author Identifier distinguish among similar names?

The Scopus Author Identifier distinguishes among similar names by assigning each author in Scopus a unique number and grouping all of the documents written by that author. For example, an author may appear as Lewis, M.; Lewis, M. J.; and Lewis, Michael in different publications, or there may be two authors named John Smith. Was this answer helpful?

Why do authors with similar names appear in different publications?

Some authors have similar names, or their names can appear differently in various publications. The Scopus Author Identifier distinguishes among similar names by assigning each author in Scopus a unique number and grouping all of the documents written by that author. For example, an author may appear as Lewis, M. ; Lewis, M. J.

Why do I have multiple author profiles in Scopus?

• Scopus attempts to ensure accuracy in author identification by creating a new profile if an authors name, subject areas, affiliation, or co-authors change, an approach that may result in multiple profiles. To simplify author identification, authors and institutions may request that multiple profiles be merged.

How do I find myself in Scopus as an author?

Find yourself in Scopus by using the Author search option. Enter your surname and initials. If you find you have more than one ID and profile you can ask Scopus to merge them (See box below). Some researchers have 3 or even 4 profiles that have to be merged, depending on names they have used on their publications and their affiliations.

What is a Scopus Author Profile? Decide which researchers or teams of researchers will receive research grants Scopus is the only database that implements algorithmic and systematic author disambiguation.

What is Scopus and how does it work?

vlc

Postagens relacionadas: