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  • Group that validates a journal that is suggested to be on Scopus; all experts in their subject fields
  • Something that Elsevier is very proud of is Scopus’ international journal coverage. It is very important to capture the surge in publication growth coming from developing countries. China has had a 505% growth in research output over the past 10 years
  • Many institutions also find it difficult to comprehensively identify all published research produced by their researchers (especially those that are no longer with the institute).
  • Here is an example of how a customer at Hong Kong University uses Scopus API to highlight his achievements.And this is an example of how Baystate Medical Center shows off recent faculty publications.We encourage you to register your institute through the Scopus info cite.
  • The new Scopus Alerts (Lite) application, which went live on Wednesday May 12, gives researchers mobile access to the Searching and Alerting features of Scopus. It’s designed to eliminate the need for scientists to seek out a desktop or laptop computer to search for quality research data while travelling, attending conferences or commuting to work. This mobile app includes some of Scopus’s most popular features. It allows researchers to: • Search across thousands of scholarly journals. • Share search results and article links through e-mail or Twitter. • Save important abstracts in one place for easy look-up.• Set up and review e-mail alerts for their favorite searches.• Set up e-mail alerts for when an author cites a particular article.• Annotate abstracts with their own notes.
  • ScienceDirect offers a dedicated image search with e.g., links to its location within the source article to easily understand the context. Users save time by not having to scan complete articles to find relevant images (e.g. figures, photos, tables, and videos)
  • For Life Science users SciVerse ScienceDirect offers articles enriched with contextual information on proteins, genes and small molecules as assembled by European Molecular Biology Laboratory’s service Reflect. Reflect recognizes proteins, genes and small molecules from web pages, and link them to information-rich summaries. These can now be found directly from within the SciVerse ScienceDirect article.
  • Related articles from Reference Works are offered on the right hand side of an article in order to connect essential and fundamental information from reference works on SciVerse ScienceDirect. In that way users can easily access related basic knowledge for broadening their perspective or better understanding a new and unfamiliar topic.
  • By clicking on the underlined key terms within the article, the researcher can zoom in on that term and find an overview of where the key term appears in the article, a description of that term, and related content.
  • e.g. locate key authors and their affiliations, view only tissue-related results, and/or select the full set or a limited number of results to name just a few options.
  • in earth and environmental science journals fromPANGAEA’s data library already links primary data related to journal articles from Elsevier and other publishers. However, rather than searching for data in a repository and then looking for the corresponding article, a researcher is more likely to first find an article in a literature search, and then realize the need to access the corresponding data set.
  • When data sets are available for an article, a PANGAEA icon and link are displayed on the ScienceDirect article. By clicking on the icon…
  • …the user is taken to a page that includes citation information and a link to download the data. The data sets are freely available without a login or subscription.
  • Point out Methods Search application
  • Point Full Text, Abstract and External Icons
  • We plan to integrate all of our products and databases onto SciVerse. We will be starting with SciTopics with the 2011 launch of SciVerse.SciTopics is a free, wiki-like knowledge-sharing service for the scientific community. It offers distilled, authoritative and up-to-date research summaries on a wide range of scientific topics.SciTopics is designed to be a starting point for researchers to gain an introductory overview of a particular topic, while also identifying sources for a more in-depth analysis and coverage of that topic. Unlike other web services for the scientific community, SciTopics does not focus on one specific scientific discipline, but is open to researchers from all scientific areas.SciTopics is characterized by the unique integration of content, searching & rowsing and community features, offering you a wide range of benefits as a researcher or student.Find trustworthy scientific information on the web SciTopics embraces a strict editorial policy to control the scientific quality of the content. This policy includes authorship by invitation only, a ban on anonymous postings (or postings under alias), and general supervision by a group of subject specific editors. In addition, the SciTopics team gives all newly published pages a quick check for completeness, appropriateness, etc.
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  • 1. SciVerse @
    Rachel McCullough
    Account Development Manager
    r.mccullough@elsevier.com
  • 2. Agenda
    Introducing the SciVerse Platform
    SciVerse Scopus
    SciVerse ScienceDirect
    SciVerse Hub
    SciVerse Applications
    Q&A
  • 3. What is SciVerse?
  • 4. What is SciVerse?
    SciVerse empowers the research community to accelerate science by opening ScienceDirect & Scopus content APIs for third-party application development, enabling intelligent search and discovery across integrated content from ScienceDirect, Scopus, and the scientific web
  • 5. What is SciVerse?
    • Integrated Content & Discovery Tools
    • 6. Productivity-Enhancing Applications
  • SciVerse Platform
    August 28, 2010: ScienceDirect and Scopus integrated on the SciVerse platform
    • Single log-in provides access to all licensed and free SciVerse products – Hub, ScienceDirect, and Scopus.
    • 7. Increased interoperability and easier navigationbetween solutions
    • 8. Image Search for full-text articles and books (e.g. photos, tables, videos)
    • 9. Integration of REFLECT, the 2009 Grand Challenge winner, offers contextual information on proteins, genes and small molecules within articles.
    • 10. Reference Work Helper links to relevant reference works on ScienceDirect directly connected to a selected article
    • 11. Author Evaluation tool visualizes author data to aid collaboration or individual assessment decisions
    • 12. Citation Tracker: it is now possible to download citations from 20,000 records at one time, and increase from 5,000.
    SciVerse ScienceDirect
    SciVerse Scopus
  • 13. SciVerse Hub Beta
    Preview of SciVerse Applications
    SciVerse Hub was launched with three free Applications for all customers
    • One search across a single index of ScienceDirect, Scopus, and web content
    • 14. Three embedded applications for all users that include:
    • 15. Methodology section search application for full text articles
    • 16. Sentence matching application efficiently assesses search results and displays query words in the full sentences where they appear
    • 17. Prolific author search application finds the most “prolific authors” publishing articles about search terms, linking into articles by that author within Scopus.
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  • 18. SciVerse Scopus
  • 19. What is Scopus?
    The largest abstractandcitation database
    of research literature and quality web sources.
    It provides users with comprehensive coverage
    of leading peer reviewed literature.
    40 million records
    20 million cited records, 1996-present
    20 million back files, 1823-1995
  • 20. Content Selection & Advisory Board
  • 21. What does Scopus Cover?
    16,500 peer reviewed journals
    600 trade publications
    350 book series
    Extensive conference coverage
  • 22. Multi-disciplinary Subject Coverage
    Over 5,000 Publishers
    7,200
    6,800
    4,300
    5,300
    Life Sciences
    Physical Sciences
    Health Sciences
    Social Sciences
  • 23. International Journal Coverage
    North America
    37%
    Asia, Australia, and Pacific
    12%
    Europe, Middle East & Africa
    50%
    South America
    1%
  • 24. Scopus
  • 25. The New SciVerse Scopus
  • 26. The New
    Author Evaluator Tool
  • 27. The New
    Author Evaluator Tool
  • 28. The Enhanced
    Citation Tracker
  • 29. Journal Metrics
  • 30. - Apply to nearly 18,000 journals, proceedings and book series- Are refreshed twice per year to ensure currency of metrics- Eliminate the risk of manipulation- Correct for citation behaviour and database coverage- Provide multidimensional insights into journal performance - Allow for a direct comparison of journals, independent of their subject classification- Are integrated into the Scopus Journal Analyzer
  • 31. Life Sciences journal
    Arts & Humanities journal
    • High impact, lots of citations
    • 32. One citation = low value
    • 33. Low impact, few of citations
    • 34. One citation = high value
    More on... SJR
    SJR is a prestige metric – citations weighted depending on where they come from
    - A journal transfers its prestige by citing
    - Prestige transferred = journal’s SJR
    e.g. Lancet SJR 2007 = 1.541 – high prestige
    e.g. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports SJR 2007 = 0.153 – lower prestige
    A journal’s prestige is shared equally between its citations
    Normalize for
    differences in
    citation behaviour
    between subject fields
  • 35. 1. Collect papers citing 1-3 year old papers
    in target journal in 2009
    2. Collect reference lists of citing papers
    Etc.
    3. Count number of references in citing papers
    to any (in any journal) 1-3 year old papers
    Etc.
    More on... SNIP
    Calculate ‘Citation Potential’ for 2009
    4. Citation Potential = average number
    of references to any 1-3 year old papers
    Normalize for
    differences in
    citation behaviour
    between subject fields
    SNIP = 2009 Impact / 2009 Citation Potential
    • Life Sciences – high impact, high Citation Potential
    • 36. Arts & Humanities – low impact, low Citation Potential
  • 37.
  • 38. SHOW ME THE DATA
    “Just as scientists would not accept the findings in a scientificpaper without seeing the primary data, so should they not relyon (the) impact factor, which is based on hiddendata. As more publication and citation data become available, we hope that people will begin to developtheir own metrics for assessing scientific quality rather thanrely on an ill-defined and manifestly unscientific number.”
    Published online doi:10.1083/jcb.200711140The Journal of Cell Biology, Vol. 179, No. 6, 1091-1092The Rockefeller University Press, 0021-9525 © Rossner et al
  • 39. Scopus API
    Through the Scopus API, any website can incorporate
    Scopus' powerful search capabilities, high quality citation
    data and up-to-date citation counts.
    Why is this Important?
    Sourcing and providing accurate publication data efficiently.
    The very best repositories often miss 40% of their institute’s output.
    Examples…
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  • 43. New! Scopus for iPhone!
  • 44. SciVerse ScienceDirect
  • 45. ScienceDirect
    ScienceDirect is Elsevier’s extensive and unique full text database that covers authoritative titles from the core scientific literature.
    More than nine million full-text articles from 2,500 journals and 11,000 books are available in ScienceDirect, making up 25% of the world’s STM literature.
  • 46. ScienceDirect
  • 47. The New SciVerse ScienceDirect
  • 48. Image Search results in SciVerse ScienceDirect
  • 49.
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  • 52.
  • 53. Collaboration is Key
    ScienceDirect collaborates with 3rd party providers to further accelerate research
    Partnership with NextBio has enhanced ScienceDirect content in the fields of life sciences, health sciences and chemistry
    ScienceDirect and PANGAEA have implemented reciprocal linking between their respective content in earth system research.
  • 54. Content with NextBio Functionality
    … Enriched ScienceDirect content in the fields of:
    Life Sciences
    Health Sciences
    Chemistry
    … Journals, Book Series, Handbooks, and eBooks
    … 1995 to present
  • 55. Using ScienceDirect with NextBio
    While viewing an article or book chapter on ScienceDirect, the keywords from that selected article or book chapter are matched against NextBio’s biomedical ontologies.
    Directly on the article page, researchers will find the NextBio application which presents key terms found in the selected article or book chapter.
  • 56. Using ScienceDirect with NextBio
    The in-context pop-up allows the researcher to quickly gain an overview of the article from the perspective of their chosen term, and to quickly link through to other information.
  • 57. Using ScienceDirect with NextBio
    Clicking within the NextBio application box allow for further exploration of the subject based on the trustworthy and publicly available sources collected and compiled by NextBio.
  • 58. Using ScienceDirect with NextBio
    On selecting a category and source, results can be further sorted and refined
  • 59. What is PANGAEA?
    Publishing Network for Geoscientific & Environmental Data
    Information system that is aimed at archiving, publishing and distributing georeferenced data from earth system research
  • 60. PANGAEA Brings Data to ScienceDirect
  • 61.
  • 62.
  • 63. New! ScienceDirect for iPhone!
  • 64. SciVerse Hub and Applications
  • 65. The New SciVerse Hub features one search...
  • 66.
  • 67. Coming to SciVerse Platform in 2011!
  • 68. SciVerse Launched in Multiple Phases, 2010-11
    Launch of SciVerse Applications Beta
    November 2010
    • SciVerse Applications Beta available to select customers
    February 2011
    • SciVerse Applications Beta available all customers
    Launch of APIs
    August 28, 2010
    • Limited API Beta release to Development partners
    November 2010
    • APIs available to developers
    Launch of SciVerse Platform and Hub Beta
    August 28, 2010
    • ScienceDirect and Scopus updated to the SciVerse platform with increased interoperability
    • 69. SciVerse Hub Beta and three embedded Applications launched and available to customers at no additional cost
  • Libraries can become focal point for applications
  • 70. Openness and Interoperability
    Access to APIs and creating an ecosystem that brings together core base of users and tools to build applications
  • 71. Three embedded applications for all users that include: 1. Methodology section search application for full- text articles
  • 72.
  • 73.
  • 74. 2. Sentence matching application efficiently assesses search results and displays query words in the full sentences where they appear
  • 75. 3. Prolific author search application finds the most “prolific authors” publishing articles about search terms, linking into articles by that author within Scopus.
  • 76.
  • 77.
  • 78. SciVerse
  • 79. Questions?Thank You!info.sciverse.com
    Rachel McCullough
    r.mccullough@elsevier.com