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SCOPUS - Trial Period for Health Sciences (Matas Library)

SCOPUS TrialScopus is an abstract and citation database of peer reviewed  literature that contains tools to track, analyze and visualize scientific research.  Researchers may view a publication's h-index and see the number of times a publication is cited.  Resources are selected by subject specialists from a wide range of topics and geographic areas.  Users may benefit from the bibliometric features such as journal ranking and paper impact that assist in gathering and analyzing information.

Citation Management from SCOPUS

Choose the citations you wish to send for citation management.  Use "EXPORT" and choose the appropriate choice for RefWorks or RIS Format for EndNote.  Check out Mendeley.

NEW: Journal Metrics from Elsevier

Three views for journal citation impact. 

Journal Metrics

Searching for Authors

he Scopus Author Identifier assigns a unique number to groups of documents written by the same author via an algorithm that matches authorship based on a certain criteria. If a document cannot be confidently matched with an author identifier, it is grouped separately. In this case, you may see more than 1 entry for the same author.




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