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    Dr. Wim MeesterSenior Product Manager w.meester@elsevier.com http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9350-3448

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    Science is growing globally


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    (International) collaboration is rising

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    Collaboration increases citation impact

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    Citation impact of international collaboration

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    Coverage across engineering subject areas: completeness of coverage, coverage of Engineering Village, coverage pre-1996; coverage non-English material;

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    The broad source for research answers

    20,698 Peer reviewed journals 404 Trade journals 389 Book series A rich and extended coverage including 21.3M pre-1996 records 30.3M post-1995 records >51.6M records 17k conference events 5M total conference records (10%) 5,500 books 70k book items (chapters & books) Content from > 5,000 publishers “Articles in Press” from > 3,750 titles > 2,800 fully OA titles Abstracts going back to 1823 40 languages covered 24M Patents 21,750 active titles 263 Conf. series Total average processing time: 5 days

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    Breadth of coverage across subject areas

    More than 20,400 titles in Scopus, titles can be in more than one subject area Health Sciences 6,300 (100% Medline) Nursing Dentistry etc., Social Sciences 6,350 Psychology Economics Business A&H etc., Life Sciences 4,050 Neuroscience Pharmacology Biology etc., Physical Sciences 6,600 Chemistry Physics Engineering etc.,

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    Geographical distribution of titles

    5,000 0 Wider coverage gives a more accurate picture of the research landscape

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    Breadth of coverage in Russia

    Number of documents in Scopus 2008 – 2012 Active titles in Scopus: Russia: 209 (80 unique) Turkey: 162 Brazil: 310 India: 392 Brazil Russia India Turkey

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    Broader coverage than nearest peer

    Scopus (Total: 19,809) Web of Science(Total: 12,311) 8,432 934 11,377 Source: http://adat.crl.edu/, May 2012 Scopus Advantage

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    Broader coverage = higher citations

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    Coverage across engineering subject areas: completeness of coverage, coverage of Engineering Village, coverage pre-1996; coverage non-English material;

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    Expansive coverage does not mean lower standards

    Publisher Independent Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) Suggest title Check minimum criteria Select titles based on quality Titles processed via the online Scopus Title Evaluation Platform (STEP) Focus on quality through selection by independent CSAB to: Provide accurate and relevant search results for users No dilution of search results by irrelevant or low quality content Support that Scopus is recognized as authoritative Support confidence that Scopus is “reflecting the truth” Assurance that titles selected by Scopus meet the highest (ethical) standards

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    Scopus selection criteria

    Minimum criteria Peer-review English abstracts Regular publication References in Roman script Publication ethics statement

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    Title suggestions per country

    All title suggestions received in 2012 2,820 titles suggested in 2012 of which 1,020 acceptable for review

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    Titles reviewed

    (n=2,976, January 2011 – December 2012) 2012: Total 1,271 titles reviewed of which 47% accepted Number of titles reviewed Acceptance rate

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    Titles reviewed top 25 countries (2012)

    Rejected Accepted

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    titlesuggestion@scopus.com Coverage across engineering subject areas: completeness of coverage, coverage of Engineering Village, coverage pre-1996; coverage non-English material;

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    Which metric to use?

    What level am I assessing? Article, Journal, Researcher, Institution, etc. What type of impact am I assessing? Scientific, Clinical, Societal, Educational, etc. What methods are available based on above? Quantitative: citation, usage, media, h-index, SNIP, SJR, etc. Qualitative: Peer-review, etc. Bibliometrics (quantitative measures used to asses research output) Basic premise = Citation is a form of endorsement Bibliometricians agree that no single metric can effectively capture the entire spectrum of research performance because no single metric can address all key variables

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    Which journal is best? They are all the best – all the top of their subject categories *Journal Citation Reports 2009 Journal Impact Factor

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    Vanclay, J, Impact factor: outdated artefact or stepping-stone to journal certification, Scientometrics, Volume 92, Issue 2 (August 2012) “[Publishers should] Greatly reduce emphasis on the journal impact factor as a promotional toolideally by ceasing to promote the impact factor or by presenting the metrics in the context of a variety of journal based metrics … that provide a richer view of journal performance” - From The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) http://am.ascb.org/dora/ Journal Impact Factor

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    www.journalmetrics.com More accuracy, transparency, more metrics

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    SNIP: Source-normalized impact per paper

    + + + A journal’s raw impact per paper Citation potential in its subject field Peer reviewed papers only A field’s frequency and immediacy of citation Database coverage Journal’s scope and focus Measured relative to database median

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    SNIP: Molecular Biology VS Mathematics

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    SJR: SCImago Journal Rank

    Prestige metric: Prestige transferred when a journal cites Citations are weighted depending on where they come from A journal’s prestige is shared equally between its citations Life Sciences journal High impact, lots of citations One citation = low value Arts & Humanities journal Low impact, few on citations One citation = high value SJR normalizes for differences in citation behaviour between subject fields

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    More analysis using Scopus: Journal Analyzer

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    APIs to promote journal prestige

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    APIs to promote article-level metrics

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    Societal impact and media mentions via Altmetric for Scopus

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    Books expansion initiative

    Further benefits: Improve Arts & Humanities coverage in Scopus Enhance discoverability of books and book content Measure the impact of books Increase accuracy of Author Profiles

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    Scope and selection of books expansion

    Will cover scholarly books that represent fully-referenced, original research or literature reviews. Book selection via a publisher-based approach (no suggestions). All books from selected publishers deemed “in scope” will be selected for coverage. Selection depends on: Reputation and impact of the publisher Size and subject area of the books list Availability and format of the book content Publication policy and editorial mission Quality of published book content

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