E-Tutorials on Scopus
In this e-tutorial we will show you how to search for articles on a topic in the Scopus database and how to modify search queries.
The advanced search in the Scopus database is the subject of this e-tutorial. You will learn how to create a more complex search with field types, the so-called "field codes" and the boolean operators.
Search for authors and the related author profiles
The search for authors and the related author profiles are the subject of this e-tutorial on Scopus. Scopus contains about 16 million active and historical records on researchers and authors.
Extend search results
Using an example, we will show you in this e-tutorial how hit amounts in the Scopus database can be increased.
Analyze search results
The e-tutorial deals with the analysis of search results in the Scopus database. We show you using an example how you can analyse your search results according to various criteria.
Export and download of search results
Exporting and downloading search results is the topic of this e-tutorial. With the help of an example search, we show you how to export references you have found and download full texts or abstracts.
Save searches and set up alerts
In this e-tutorial we will show you how to save Scopus search queries and be notified of new article entries.
Institution search and institution profiles
The search in Scopus for institutions is the subject of this e-tutorial. Scopus contains about 80,000 records on institutions and affiliations. You can also find out what information the profiles of the institutions contain.