​​​​Find Citing Articles Using Scopus​

With Scopus database you can:

  • Find out how many others have cited a given work.

  • Find out which articles have cited a previously published work.

  • Create citations alert.

Note: Papers published before 1996 are not included in the calculation.

Scopus Cited References Expansion Program ensures cited references going back to 1970 will be added to pre-1996 Scopus content in the fourth quarter of 2014.​​

​​Find Out About Cited Works

To find out how many others have cited a given work, in the Document search option choose the search field 'Article Title', enter the work's title and click 'Search':​

the document search option

Result's screen displays number of citations for a given work:​

number of citation for a given work

To find out which articles have cited a work, click the number of 'Times Cited'.​

Result's screen displays articles that have cited a given work:​​​​

articles that have cited a given work

To view results by charts or graphs, click 'Analyze results'.

'Analyze Results' tool provides information by charts or graphs using different parameters:

  • Year

  • Source title

  • Author name

  • Affiliation name

  • Country

  • Document type

  • Subject area

'Analyze Results' tool

​​Create Citation Alert

To be noticed when another document cites this work, create citation alert.

When viewing a Full Record, click 'Set Citation Alert':​

​​set citation alerts

If you already have a Scopus account, sign in. If you don't have a Scopus account, click 'Register now':​

​​sign in or register

Fill in Required fields and click ‘Save’:​

fill in Required fields and click ‘Save’

You will be noted by e-mail about every new citation.

To check the settings of your alerts, click 'Alerts' from the main screen:​

click 'Alerts'

You can edit your alerts or renew them when they expire​:

renew or edit your alarms