- RT @library_connect: Meet Mendeley’s @MrGunn at booth on Friday at 9:30 http://t.co/8k0W10PKx1 2013-04-11
- Henry Rollins http://t.co/UTvdqsTdzv 2013-04-11 (@ JW Grand Ballroom w/ 2 others)
- RT @Scopus: Great, positive call today with our team and folks from @mendeley_com. Looking forward to the collaboration to come. 2013-04-11
- RT @jasonpriem: Wow: @mrgunn on the login for -sponsored wifi: http://t.co/tidQVMmo7N k … 2013-04-11
- RT @Scopus: Stay tuned for details on our Spring release this Saturday (no downtime)… 2013-04-11
- RT @mrgunn: Great post by @mfenner: Mendeley and Elsevier http://t.co/e8vXDMmltk 2013-04-11
- RT @library_connect: – 50 million records and counting. See presentation at Elsevier Booth at 9:30 AM, April 11 2013-04-11
- RT @herrison: Very excited to see my inbox filling up with emails from enthusiastic and folk keen to talk to each ot … 2013-04-10
- @jasonpriem @subcide thanks, now we should be able to do more, not less in reply to jasonpriem 2013-04-10
- RT @mendeley_com: @zakandrewking I guarantee you we won’t – great features and product improvements in the pipeline! 2013-04-10
- @jasonpriem@subcide@Scopus is a proud partner of and very excited by how the Scopus/#Mendeley data combo can push in reply to jasonpriem2013-04-10
- @subcide@ReaderMeter 2 ways Scopus does this are transparent selection criteria and independent board (CSAB) http://t.co/RlqgtwyKSBin reply to subcide2013-04-10
- @ReaderMeter @subcide Elsevier already has products with proven track record of not being biased toward any 1 publisher, Scopus for example in reply to ReaderMeter 2013-04-10
- RT @mfenner: .@Protohedgehog The @datacite @ORCID_Org integration tool will launch in May Send DM or email if you want to be early teste … 2013-04-09
- RT @elizabethiorns: http://t.co/aiwt2uULEO @mrgunn‘s personal take on the Mendeley acquisition 2013-04-09
- RT @mrgunn: Elsevier’s customers are libraries and institutions. Mendeley’s customers are researchers. This is the part that makes sense … 2013-04-09
- RT @jeroenbosman: @mrgunn wonder if @elsevierscience will add Mendeley readership stats to Scival strata and/or citation stats to Mendel … 2013-04-09
- RT @LabSpaces: You should be glad @mrgunn and other passionate types @mendeley will be fighting for change from the inside. … 2013-04-09
- RT @CrossRefNews: Speaking of , did you know you can get a short DOI to use for social media so the metrics folks can… http … 2013-04-09
- RT @TAC_NISO: . @ElsevierConnect is using http://t.co/cJwdXawUID on Scopus as a mandatory tool for nearly a year. 2013-04-09
- RT @mendeley_com: @wilbanks Thanks John. We’re still pushing for open data; will use E. data to clean/enrich/complete our API data, stil … 2013-04-09
- RT @rafaelsidi: and formal announcement in London with Mendeley team http://t.co/DlgTwwaCYt 2013-04-09
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- @adam42smith I didn’t realize it wasn’t working. We definitely need to fix and hopefully improve the @Scopus @Zotero integration in reply to adam42smith 2012-08-31
- RT @ChemConnector: RIP Lee Dirks…high energy, thoughtful, full of ideas, willing to push the edge. GREAT guy. Will be missed. . … 2012-08-30
- RT @Scopus: [Alert] Summer release was completed yesterday, learn about #Scopus enhancements: http://t.co/m1dysBAy (and feel free to sen … 2012-08-27
- RT @Scopus: [Alert] Reminder: @ScienceDirect & #Scopus will be offline from 12:30 Sat 25 to 07:30 Sun 26 Aug. Apologies for any inco … 2012-08-25
- RT @IanMulvany: wow, I just noticed a @scrazzl advert on the Guardian, good luck guys! 2012-08-25
The primary feature in last Sunday’s Scopus release is the new “Analyze results“ tool previewed in my last post. This builds directly on the “Export refine” functionality launched last May. ”Export refine” enabled much of the same analysis, but required a user to manipulate raw data in a CSV file. By adding this directly into Scopus, “Analyze results” expands the reach of this functionality to less advanced users.
“Analyze results” is also a descendant of the Documents section of the Author Evaluator launched in August 2010. Essentially “Analyze results” expands the ability of the Author Evaluator from visualizing information about a single author’s publications to visualizing aggregate publication information on any arbitrary set of results. Thus, the power of “Analyze results” is proportionate to the care and complexity of the query being examined.
Worth noting is that, “Analyze results” is different from the existing “View Citation Overview” function in that it evaluates quantity rather than quality. Another difference is that “Analyze results” examines the whole set of results, while “View Citation Overview” looks only at a selected subset of results. However, there are links within “Analyze Results” to the appropriate quality analysis tools in Scopus including the Journal Analyzer and Author Evaluator.
I am most excited about the “Source Title” tab of “Analyze Results” because it takes analysis one step deeper than a simple “Export refine”. Furthermore, I believe the link to “Compare Source Titles in Journal Analyzer” is the true killer feature of ”Analyze Results” as it will enable a user to compare journals on both subject matter and quality. An example of this is described in both the training desk video and my previous post.
Please feel free to share feedback or comments on “Analyze results” or other enhancements from this release.
SJR & SNIP jounral metrics introduced to Scopus. APIs for Author Profiles. Improved Cited-By Count integration. Some interface tweaks.