Find Citing Articles Using Scopus
With Scopus database you can:
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':
Result's screen displays number
of citations 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:
To view results by charts or graphs,
click 'Analyze results'.
'Analyze Results' tool provides information by charts or graphs using different parameters:
Create Citation Alert
To be noticed when another document cites this work, create citation alert.
When viewing a Full Record, click 'Set Citation Alert':
If you already have a Scopus account, sign in. If you don't have a Scopus account, click 'Register now':
Fill in Required fields and
You will be noted by e-mail about every new citation.
To check the settings of your alerts, click 'Alerts' from the main screen:
You can edit your alerts or
renew them when they expire: