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Scopus is a multidisciplinary bibliographic collection with a citation index assembled by Elsevier B.V. Scopus, the largest publisher of international scientific literature. Currently it covers the contents of 21,750 journal titles (20,698 of which are peer-reviewed and 2,800 freely accessible) from over 5,000 publishers and contains over 51 million bibliographic records (30.3 million with peer-reviews for the period after 1995 (84% with abstracts), and 21.3 million for the 1823–1995 period). Individual journals are only partly indexed. Scopus also contains publications from 389 series of scientific monographs, 12,000 books, and 5.5 million conference papers. The search includes 25.2 million patents from five patent offices (US Patent & Trademark Office, European Patent Office, Japan Patent Office, World Intellectual Property Organization, and UK Intellectual Property Office).
The portal offers basic and advanced search, search for authors and references, and a number of ways to limit the number or analysis of search results and the manner of classification of the documents. It also allows for the creation of links from bibliographic records to full-text documents, export of search results to bibliography management tools (Mendeley, RefWorks, and EndNote), and notification settings (by e-mail, RSS, or HTML feed). It provides a variety of tools for the analysis of author citation (h-indeks) or document citation, impact factors for journals (alternative indicators SNIP and SJR), or entire institutions. Scopus records are indexed in global indexes of tools for finding information such as EBSCO EDS, Primo, or Summon. The collection is updated weekly.