Scopus: Searching for authors: This tutorial demonstrates how to find publications for a specific author, set up an alert to follow an author, how to provide feedback on author details, and also create an author group.
Using Scopus article metrics: This tutorial demonstrates how Article Metrics are used in Scopus, how they are used to evaluate citation impact and levels of community engagement, plus an introduction to PlumX Metrics.
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