There are various ways to search in Scopus:
To begin a Document search, enter a keyword into the search box and click Search. From the results page you can:
Click on the Author tab. Search by author information or ORCID ID. The results page provides the information in table.
After selecting an author (by clicking in the checkbox next to the author name), options will appear in the section above the results. From here you can see:
Note: You can also exclude self-citations from your results list. The option(s) are located in the author profile, right under the author name.
To find the Scopus Author Identifier:
How to search using Author Identifier:
From the Affiliation tab, you can see all the documents related to your institution. The results page will list affiliation name, and document affiliation, institution, city, and country/territory. Because each author enters their own information, institution name can vary among publications. Use the information provided below for help searching UT Health San Antonio:
(university of texas health science center at san antonio OR UT health san antonio OR UT health science center at san antonio OR UTHSCSA OR UTHSC San Antonio OR UT HSC San Antonio OR University of Texas HSC San Antonio OR University of Texas HSCSA)
You can also search by SCOPUS affiliation identifiers:
("VA Medical Center" 60014232 ) OR LIMIT-TO (AF-ID, "Cancer Therapy and Research Center" 60031643 ) OR LIMIT-TO (AF-ID, "South Texas Veterans Health Care System" 60105859 )
An advanced search allows you to enter complex search queries using field codes, boolean, and proximity operators to narrow the scope of your search.
Advanced search tips:
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