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Scopus provides several export options allowing you to download documents and/or document information into Reference Management tools, such as Mendeley, RefWorks, and Endnote. Additionally, once you select a default export option, you will be able to export with a single click throughout your Scopus session.  From the Scopus document results page:

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This tip sheet will help you manage your personalized features within Scopus. Once registered with Scopus, log-in and go to the ‘Settings’ tab. From here you can access and manage:

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About ORCID: ORCID stands for Open Researcher & Contributor ID.  It is an international, interdisciplinary non-profit organization allowing researchers to attain a unique and persistent digital identifier.

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About ORCID: ORCID stands for Open Researcher & Contributor ID.  It is an international, interdisciplinary non-profit organization allowing researchers to attain a unique and persistent digital identifier.

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Registration is quick, free, and easy to do. It allows you to personalize Scopus, along with other Elsevier Products you have access to.  To register with Scopus and personalize your account, follow the steps below.

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The 'Add to My List' feature in Scopus allows you to save, organize, and access documents from your personalized Scopus account.  To use this feature, first make sure you are registered and logged into Scopus, and then follow the steps below:

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Finding articles and citation information with Scopus is simple and straight-forward. From either the Scopus home page or the ‘Search’ tab you will find 4 different search options. The first tab, ‘Document search,’ is the primary search window and is designed to help you easily construct a search to find relevant articles for your research needs. Follow the simple steps below to begin your search.

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The Scopus Author Identifier automatically matches variations of an author's name and distinguishes between authors with the same name.  All the documents belonging to a specific author are listed in the author's details page of SciVerse Scopus (including number of citations received, affiliations, h-index, and more).

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From your document results page Select the Scopus documents you are interested in by clicking on the 'tick box(es).' Click on 'More' and select 'View references' from the drop down menu The list of all references cited by the selected documents will appear in your 'Document results' page. You can also click on 'View Cited by' to retrieve a list of documents which cite those references. Click on 'Back to results' to return to your original Scopus search results.

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Once you have performed a document search in Scopus, the refinement tool helps to quickly narrow your focus on articles of interest. From your search results page, on the left hand side of the screen, you will find two tools to help further define your search (Figure 1).The ‘Search within results’ field, and The ‘Refine results’ box. FIGURE 1

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