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Locating one’s H-index in Scopus
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From the library page: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/
Mouse over ‘Search & Find’ & Choose ‘Databases (A-Z)’
From the Electronic Databases page choose “S” then scroll down to choose “Scopus”
• Select the “Author Search” tab
• Type surname in “Last Name” box
• Type first initial in the “Initials” box
• Type in th...
• Tick the relevant boxes
• Click on “View Citation Overview”
• View “Author h Index”
• Tick boxes to Update analytics to exclude self citations
etc. (see right hand side of screen) an...
• You can also “request to merge authors” so that all publications appear
together.
• Once Elsevier has merged the authors...
Need more help?
Contact your subject librarian at UCT Libraries:
http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/lib/subject-librarians
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Locating one’s h index in Scopus

  1. 1. Locating one’s H-index in Scopus This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. UCT Bibliometrics Working Group October 2015
  2. 2. From the library page: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/ Mouse over ‘Search & Find’ & Choose ‘Databases (A-Z)’
  3. 3. From the Electronic Databases page choose “S” then scroll down to choose “Scopus”
  4. 4. • Select the “Author Search” tab • Type surname in “Last Name” box • Type first initial in the “Initials” box • Type in the affiliation, i.e. University of Cape Town • Click Search
  5. 5. • Tick the relevant boxes • Click on “View Citation Overview”
  6. 6. • View “Author h Index” • Tick boxes to Update analytics to exclude self citations etc. (see right hand side of screen) and click “Update”
  7. 7. • You can also “request to merge authors” so that all publications appear together. • Once Elsevier has merged the authors in this instance articles will appear together instead of in 3 separate sections.
  8. 8. Need more help? Contact your subject librarian at UCT Libraries: http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/lib/subject-librarians

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