Monday, September 15, 2014

Scopus interface enhancements

Scopus have put out the following press statement:
Scopus interface enhancements went live on September 6, 2014
Since launching a more streamlined interface in February, the Scopus Team has been working on additional site developments that include enhancing Scopus analysis tools as well as improving ORCID functionality. The release that went live this past Saturday, September 6 reflects the result of these developments.
As a result all analysis tools have been restructured to provide a more consistent experience across all areas of Scopus. Three tools specifically have been improved and renamed and now include new features such as the option to export charts and graphs:
Old Scopus name
New Scopus name
Location on Scopus
Analyze Results
Analyze Search Results
Document Search Result page
Author Evaluator
Analyze Author Output
Author Details page
Analyze Journals
Compare Journals
Main search page
With the September 6 release, all Scopus analysis tools have been moved to JavaScript technology and no longer depend on Flash support in browsers; Apple iOS device users are now able to access the analysis tools.
To learn more about this and other Scopus releases, please use the following resources:
·         Scopus blog and Twitter feed for timely updates
·         Scopus infosite for general information
Experience the Scopus difference today and discover how easy it is to track, analyze and visualize research. Thank you for playing a part in the recent and long term success of Scopus.
The Scopus Team