Scopus author

scopus author

What is the Scopus Author ID?

Scopus Author ID The Scopus Author ID is an identifier that is used in the database Scopus. It is assigned automatically to every author who after he publishes at least an article in the index of Scopus. Additionally, all the publications of each author are grouped together to the Scopus author profile and allows citation metrics for each author.

What is Scopus by Elsevier?

Scopus by Elsevier is a subscription bibliographic database which provides citation metrics for publications and authors. Scopus creates a unique number, or author identifier, for each author with documents indexed in Scopus. This makes it possible to:

Why is there a Scopus Author feedback Wizard?

Despite the sophistication of the algorithmic profiling used by Scopus, algorithms cannot always match all documents to a single profile with 100% accuracy. That is why our free Scopus Author Feedback Wizard allows your researchers to review their Scopus profiles and submit feedback, including the ability to:

How do I add to Scopus as an author?

From Scopus, search for one of your publications and go to your Author Details page (accessed by clicking on your name when it appears in a search results list, a source document details page, or a document details page) and then click on ‘Add to ORCID’. This will open the Scopus Author Feedback wizard.

What is an Author Identifier in Scopus?

Scopus creates a unique number, or author identifier, for each author with documents indexed in Scopus. This makes it possible to:

What is Scopus by Elsevier?

Scopus by Elsevier is a subscription bibliographic database which provides citation metrics for publications and authors. Scopus creates a unique number, or author identifier, for each author with documents indexed in Scopus. This makes it possible to:

Why do some authors have similar names in Scopus?

Some authors have similar names, or their names can appear differently in various publications. The Scopus Author Identifier distinguishes among similar names by assigning each author in Scopus a unique number and grouping all of the documents written by that author.

How do I connect to Scopus as an author?

Connect to ORCID. From Scopus, search for one of your publications and go to your Author Details page (accessed by clicking on your name when it appears in a search results list, a source document details page, or a document details page) and then click on ‘Add to ORCID’. This will open the Scopus Author Feedback wizard.

What is Scopus about? Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.

What can Scopus do for You?

Whats new in the Scopus Author feedback Wizard?

We are excited to announce the redesigned Scopus Author Feedback Wizard, enabling users to easily review their Scopus Author Profile and submit corrections. Your Scopus Author Profile (automatically created by Scopus) showcases various indicators including number of citations, publication history and h-index.

How do I review my Scopus profile and submit feedback?

That is why the Scopus Author Feedback Wizard allows you to review your Scopus profile and submit feedback. Even if you do not have access to Scopus, you can still review your profile and submit corrections, making sure that the correct papers are associated with your preferred profile name. You can also submit changes on behalf of another user.

Why use Scopus for author profiles?

With Scopus author profiles, your researchers can tell a more accurate and complete story about their research compared to other solutions. Do you know what you can do even without a Scopus subscription?

What can I do with the author feedback Wizard?

With the Author Feedback Wizard, you can: Set a preferred name—in accordance with Elseviers new inclusive name change policy , researchers can now invisibly change their name on published peer-reviewed articles to protect an authors privacy Add and remove documents, including preprints from the following preprint servers:

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