Scopus is another resource frequently used for citation analysis and journal ranking statistics. The Scopus claims to be the "largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources with smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research."
A citation search in the Scopus is not a complete citation search:
This links below provide instructions about how to:
Run the Author Citation Overview Search:
View the Author Details Report
Scopus provides author reports that include the following information:
Find this information by clicking on the author's name. in the initial search results. You can also click on any author name when doing a normal search in Scopus to view this information.
Be aware: The citation count will only include the number of times the publication was cited by articles from the journals that Scopus covers. Scopus does not count citations from every journal published around the world, nor does this method count citations from books, conference proceedings, dissertations/theses, patents, technical reports or other types of publications.
This section demostrates how to find the number of times a particular article has been cited within the Scopus database.
This method can only be used for journals covered in Scopus; variant citations are not included in the citation determination.
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