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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. From this page you can review your profile and request corrections, integrate with ORCID and analyze your output using various charts and graphs. And, now you can easily export your bibliography from Scopus for inclusion in NIH (National Institutes of Health) platforms and tools, e.g., the SciENcv. The ability to export comprehensive author data in a format that works with NIH applications, makes it easier for you to showcase your research accomplishments and manage aspects of the NIH grant workflow, such as creating a biosketch.

To learn how this works, follow this tip & trick.