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Indexes over 19000 journals
Includes articles 'in press'
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Citation counts from 1996 onwards (from 1983 for
Web of Science/ResearcherID) Cannot edit profile, any changes must be reported to Scopus
Cannot add publications if not indexed in Scopus
Scopus may create multiple author profiles, may mismatch documents
Publications from UniSA authors via Scopus
Finding your Scopus author profile
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Go to the
Author search tab, and enter your Last Name and Initials or First Name Add your current or former
Affiliation to help reduce the number of potential matches Select the main profile by clicking on the author name
Your personal profile, link to documents, h-index and affiliations will display
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Find potential author matches Select any of your profiles and click
View grouped with author The screen will refresh with your consolidated metrics on the right hand side
You can now view your total number of documents, h index, author evaluator and citation overview
If you have multiple profiles, at the
Grouped authors section, select Request to merge with author and follow the steps.
Adding a Scopus profile link to your staff home page - email your Academic Library Services team so they an arrange for the link to be added.
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Author searching in Scopus. This tutorial shows you how to retrieve and track an author's publications, as well as documents written by people affiliated with a particular institution or research centre.
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