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Scopus - Review by Peter Jasco

:: Peter Jacso writes a free monthly column, Peter's Digital Ready Reference Shelf, providing in-depth reviews of online databases and information services.

This month, Peter tackles Scopus. My copy printed at 10 pages. Quoting from the September column's announcement:

SCOPUS, a mighty collection of multidisciplinary abstracting/indexing records, enhanced with cited references, sporting-good search and excellent linking capabilities. Scopus has outstanding output features, including results lists displayed in a grid format, prominent display of the citedness score of items on the results lists - which can be re-sorted by decreasing citedness order (among others) - and an automatic and instant bibliometric profile of the results lists.
- George Porter.

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