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History: Your Research Impact: Scopus



You can also access this database from the Libraries'  Database A-Z list.  While you don't need to register, having an account allows you to save searches, set alerts, etc.  While many know Scopus as a database for finding articles on a subject, you can also analyze an author's output in terms of their:

  • publications
  • H-Index
  • Citations
  • Co-authors

To see an author's output, go to the author search and enter name and affiliation:


Then enter the name and affiliation:



Select "view Ciation Overview:"



Citation overview provides graph and citation totals:



From this you can see documents, h-index, citation counts, co-authors:  

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