copus is pleased to announce the following new features and content to further increase research productivity by enhancing the researcher's workflow. These will be available in Scopus as of Saturday, November 3, 2007.
Easier using, searching and finding information:
Searching and browsing of cited references - search additional relevant content derived from references and find related documents based on citations (read more).
More and flexible clustering categories - manage results more effectively with additional categories in Refine Results (read more).
Improved visibility of conference papers - run conference paper-specific searches (read more).
Further enhancements to the Citation Tracker - gain more insights into citation behaviour and increased usability of the Citation Tracker (read more).
"Remember me" functionality - save time with automatic recall of usernames and passwords (read more).
Increased session time - increased session time for IP authenticated users (read more).
Content becomes even more current and more precise, while expanded indexing retrieves more results:
Articles-in-Press - articles available in Scopus prior to official publication (read more).
Expanded implementation of controlled index terms - find more results as more index term levels become searchable and displayable (read more).
New link to journal homepage on Source Browse - easily link to a journal homepage (read more).
Displaying of multiple subject classifications on Source Browse - on users request allowing for more transparency (read more).
Coming soon - a groundbreaking feature to allow substantive time saving
Scopus Affiliation Identifier - find all publications of an institution in a single search (read more).
In addition Scopus is pleased to announce:
Scopus TopCited - in November, Scopus will launch Scopus TopCited. This free website will enable you to get a quick overview of the twenty most cited articles per subject area covering the five most recent years of publication. More information on this new service will follow soon.
More Scopus web results - Scirus, the most comprehensive science-specific search engine, has added an additional 27 university and research institutional repositories to the Scirus search index. These sources are fully integrated in the Scopus research results on the Web tab.
Please be aware that to facilitate this release Scopus will need to be off-line on
Saturday, November 3 - 8:00 AM EDT for approximately four hours
Sunday, November 4 - 12:00 AM EDT for approximately eight hours.
If you would like to know more, or tell us what you think, please contact the Scopus helpdesk. We trust that you and your users will find these enhancements valuable to the literature research process.
The Scopus team
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