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Save time by saving your searches in Scopus

By Alissa Fial

In November, Cindy Schmidt showcased how to use your PubMed searches and save them in My NCBI. Another database at your disposal, which can save searches as well as track citations is Scopus.

First, create an account in Scopus if you have not already done so.

To Save Searches

Conduct a search in Scopus using the Document Search tab.

  • Save the search using the Save button
  • Set an alert to receive updates on the search through email
  • Set a feed using an RSS feed

 To Track Citations

  • Conduct a search of a particular article/citation using the Document Search tab
  • Save the search using the Save button
  • Set an alert to receive updates on the search through email
  • Set a feed using an RSS feed

 To Track an Author

  • Conduct a search from the Author Search tab
  • Use his/her last name and initials or first name
  • May include institutional affiliation
  • May include institutional affiliation or ORCID ID
  • Select Follow this Author button

If you need any assistance, as always askus@unmc.edu

 

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