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Five impactful changes introduced to Scopus in 2017

on Fri, 12/15/2017 - 23:16

Before steaming ahead towards the new year, we decided to pause and reflect on 5 of the top changes made to Scopus in 2017. Have you explored them all?

1. Document Download Manager

What: An updated Document Download Manager (DDM) and new free extension for Google Chrome users.

Purpose: Makes it easier for you to download abstracts and full-text PDFs to your computer.

When: December 6, 2017.

Learn more in this blog post

2. Expansion of Research Metrics

What: Two big metrics were added to

New Document Download Manager feature on Scopus – Seamlessly download full-text PDFs

on Fri, 12/08/2017 - 22:43

We recently launched a new Document Download Manager feature compatible with Google Chrome, the browser of choice for the majority of Scopus users. The Document Download Manager allows you to select one or more abstract and then automatically download the PDF full-text version(s), from publisher web sites.

Accessing the Document Download Manager is simple

If you are a Chrome user and try to use the current Document Download Manager, you will get a pop-up message alerting you to a new and free

What’s new on Scopus: Introducing the new Document Download Manager, ORCID Document Search and other exciting updates

on Fri, 12/08/2017 - 19:51

This week brought several updates and enhancements to Scopus. Continue reading for an overview of the changes to Document Download Manager, Advanced Search, CiteScore, ORCID Document Search and the Author Details Pages.

Document Download Manager – Google Chrome Extension

Scopus is proud to introduce the new Document Download Manager (DDM) free Extension for Google Chrome, enabling users to select one or more abstracts and automatically download their PDF full-text versions from publisher web

Release Date: 
December 6 2017

Scopus alerting system updating on October 2nd

on Mon, 10/02/2017 - 15:00

Today, on October 2nd, Scopus alerts are migrating to a new system. During this time the “edit” and “create” functions will be deactivated for less than 24 hours. You will still continue to receive alert emails, but will not be able to create new alerts or modify existing alerts for that window of time. A message box will appear on the alerts page to notify users of the brief downtime.

What does this mean for alert recipients after the migration?

  • Your alerts will appear with a refreshed
Release Date: 
October 2 2017

Scopus makes strides in data linking

on Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:31

The ability to access and review the data behind research is a well sought after, but often elusive, resource. In recognition of this, Scopus has been working to incorporate new tools that can make it easier to search and share data. As part of a new initiative introduced earlier this year, Scopus has established two key partnerships: Scholix and DataSearch. Each provide different but complementary ways to connect researchers to each other’s data.

Scholix

Introduced in April of 2017, Scopus

What's new on Scopus: DataSearch linking, Affiliation page changes and updates to Alerts

on Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:04

What’s new in Scopus? Below is an overview of the 3 most recent changes to note and explore.

  • DataSearch link integration
  • New look & feel for the Affiliation details page
  • Scopus Alerting system updating on October 2nd

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DataSearch

DataSearch (https://datasearch.elsevier.com/) is an Elsevier search engine dedicated to research data. It is the first search engine that can search not only in the description or metadata of the articles, but also in the data itself.

Release Date: 
September 28 2017

PlumX Metrics now on Scopus: Discover how others interact with your research

on Wed, 07/26/2017 - 23:12

PlumX Metrics – with five categories of metrics – is now the primary source of article-level metrics on Scopus alongside the Scopus citation count (along with percentile benchmarking) and Field-weighted citation impact.

How to get to the Article Metrics module on Scopus:

You can find the Article Metrics module on a Scopus Document details page, where a sidebar highlights the corresponding article-level metrics.

What’s new on Scopus: PlumX Metrics, changes to Citation Overview pages and a new CiteScore widget

on Tue, 07/25/2017 - 20:46

This week, the following changes have been made to Scopus:

  • PlumX Metrics are now integrated into the article-level metrics on Scopus
  • A new look and feel has been applied to the Citation Overview pages
  • A new CiteScore widget is now available

PlumX Metrics now integrated into the article-level metrics on Scopus

PlumX Metrics – with five categories of metrics – is now the primary source of article-level metrics on Scopus alongside the Scopus citation count (along with percentile benchmarking) and

Release Date: 
July 26 2017

Scopus Tip & Trick: How to export your bibliography from Scopus for use in NIH platforms and tools

on Fri, 06/30/2017 - 20:09

Scopus uses a powerful algorithm to match researchers' papers to correct author profile(s). The algorithm analyzes deep data such as publishing history, author affiliation and co-citation behavior, to create robust public facing profiles on Scopus, displayed as the Author details page.

What’s new on Scopus: Errata linking, improvements to dataset linking and more

on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 20:28

This week brought several changes and updates to Scopus. Read through this summary to find some of the key changes including a new errata linking feature, improvements to dataset linking, the addition of SNIP and SJR 2016 values, a new Russian interface and more. 

New errata linking feature

A new errata linking feature has been added to the Scopus Document details page, allowing you to quickly identify when a document has had changes or updates made after publication. The Erratum document type

Release Date: 
June 29 2017
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