Scopus Tutorial: How to analyze your search results
For any given search, once you have retrieved a list of documents, you can click the Analyze Results button in the top left corner of the results box. A window will open with several tabs. Each tab in the Analyze Results window contains a set of graphical displays and charts that can be manipulated. Search metrics are organized by Year, Source Title, Author name, Affiliation, Name Country, Document type and Subject area. The graphics also offer contextual boxes that give insight on specific points along the curve.
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Scopus allows you to examine several citation metrics for the publications included in the Scopus database.
Scopus allows researchers to analyze the journals contained in its database based on a variety of metrics on the "Analytics" page. Up to 10 journals can also be compared based on these same metrics in either chart or tabular form.
Journal metrics used include:
Scopus allows researchers to analyze citation metrics on authors as well as specific articles by an author.
Scopus allows researchers to determine citation metrics by institution.
Affiliation Search: From the Search page click on the "Affiliation Search" tab. Enter the institution of interest in the search box and click search. If more than one institution returned, click on the result that is most appropriate. Results for each institution provide the percentage of publications in each of the covered subject areas, the total number of documents published by the institution, the total number of authors affiliated with the institution, journals and other sources of the documents, major collaborating affiliations of the institution, etc. You may further sort the documents, authors, web results, patent results, sources and affiliated institutions retrieved by clicking on the appropriate link.
Scopus only analyzes the citations of the journals in its index. Currently (March 2020), this includes:
For more information about Scopus coverage, see the content coverage guide on the Elsevier website.