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CiteScore 2017 metrics now available

on Wed, 05/30/2018 - 19:19

First released in December 2016 – and steadily optimized based on user feedback since then – CiteScore™ metrics have established a brand new standard for measuring journal citation impact. Powered by Scopus, CiteScore’s set of metrics evaluate serial citation impact over a three-year period. Now the CiteScore 2017 metrics are available, revealing the latest annual assessments of thousands of scholarly publications.

A user-friendly method for measuring a journal’s impact

CiteScore surpasses the competition with a host of valuable features, including:

Comprehensive coverage: Available for 23,350+ titles on Scopus—including peer-reviewed journals, trade journals, book series and conference proceedings—in 330 disciplines, CiteScore covers 12,000+ more titles than the leading competitor.

Transparency: CiteScore offers complete transparency of the underlying data, allowing anyone to validate a CiteScore value by clicking into

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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 sites.

This update was made in response to feedback on the legacy DDM, which was only compatible with Internet Explorer. As the browser of choice for more than 60% of Scopus users, Chrome was chosen as the first iteration in renovated DDM, with additional browser support to follow in 2018. You can learn more about here.

Changes to Advanced Search Page

The advanced search page has been simplified by organizing field codes into categories and by

Release Date: 
December 6 2017

New on Scopus: CiteScore 2016, export an affiliation’s listed authors and more

on Wed, 05/31/2017 - 23:00

Here’s what's new on Scopus:

  • CiteScore 2016 values and CiteScore Tracker 2017 now available
  • Export up to 100,000 authors from a Scopus Affiliation details page
  • Improved security for Saved Searches
  • Changes to the Document details page

CiteScore 2016 values and CiteScore Tracker 2017 are now available on Scopus:

CiteScore 2016 annual values are now available for over 22,600 titles on both Scopus and journalmetrics.scopus.com. Additionally, CiteScore Tracker 2017 is now initiated, meaning you can start tracking the progress of how a title’s CiteScore 2017 value is building throughout the year. The latest data was calculated on May 23, 2017. Read more details about the improvements made to CiteScore metrics over the past 6 months — including the ability to view the data behind a title’s calculation.

To learn more about how CiteScore is calculated, watch the video.

Export up to 100,000 authors from a Scopus Affiliation details page

Introduced in this release is the ability to export the list of

Release Date: 
May 31 2017