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Scopus allows you to export results lists (including all search results, ‘My Lists’ and ‘Saved Lists’), documents and documents references. These can be exported either to a file or a reference management tool (e.g. Mendeley, RefWorks).

What information can I export?

You can select the following information when you export documents:

  • Citation information - Export citation fields.
  • Bibliographical information - Export bibliographic reference information about the document.
  • Abstract and Keywords - Export the abstract of the document and keywords associated with your search.
  • Funding Details - Export funding details for the document.
  • Other information - Export information associated with the document’s publishing.

Follow these steps to export documents.

  • Select the document or documents you would like to export.
  • Click the ‘Export’ link. The Export document settings page opens.

You can export as these file types:

  • Mendeley - The document will export to Mendeley and is usable from within their system.
  • RefWorks - Export the document to your RefWorks personal database.
  • RIS format - Export to other reference management applications including Reference Manager, ProCite, and EndNote.
  • CSV - Export a comma separated file that you can open in Microsoft Excel.
  • BibTeX format - Export a document to a LaTeX environment or for use with Bibshare in Microsoft Word.
  • Text - Export a plain text document.
  • Click the ‘Export’ button on the export options box, if required by the options you selected.
  • Mendeley - A separate window will open and if you don’t have a Mendeley account you’ll be prompted to create one.
  • RefWorks - If your RefWorks account information has been stored in Scopus, the status of your export appears in a separate window. If not, you will see the RefWorks login page, where you can enter your RefWorks account name and password.
  • RIS, CSV and BibTeX - A file download box appears where you can save or open your exported file. If you have citation management software installed locally, it may open when you save the file.
  • Text - The text document opens in a separate window.
  • You can manage your export settings from My Scopus.
  • You can export up to 500 items to Mendeley, 2,000 items to any of the other export options, and up to 20,000 records in ‘Citations Only’ format to a CSV file.
  • For CSV files, accented characters do not display correctly in Excel unless you save the file and then use Excel's data import functionality to view the file.
  • Older versions of EndNote, ProCite, and Reference Manager are not supported because documents are exported using UTF-8 encoding.

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Scopus is an extensive abstract and citation database that provides comprehensive coverage of peer-reviewed journals, books, conference abstracts, and patents across the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. Using Scopus, you can:

Create customized searches for peer-reviewed literature across many disciplines

  • View citations to journal articles
  • Access the full text of documents provided by subscriptions through the University Libraries
  • View profiles for authors indexed by Scopus, which include measures of scholarly impact like h-index and publication counts

This wealth of available data makes Scopus useful for searching for literature that can help you with your research and determining the impact of scholarly works. 

Searching in Scopus

You can search Scopus for documents, authors, and affiliations, as well as create advanced searches customized to your needs.

Searching for documents On the Scopus home page, you can search for documents based on search terms provided in article titles, keywords, publication names, and many other facets. To begin, enter your search terms in the field provided and use the dropdown box to specify which fields to search.   

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You can repeat this process to include additional search terms in different fields. You also have the option to specify date range, document type, and subject areas for the returned results. When you complete your search, the results are presented in a list as shown below.

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From this view, you can sort results, refine the results, export and download records, and access complete records for publications. Clicking on a result title opens the full Scopus record for the publication. To access the full text of a record, you can click the Full Text Options to get to the Find It or View at Publisher buttons.

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Searching for authors To search for authors, click the Author search tab above the search box. 

Scopus Author Search

Here you can search for authors and documents they have published based on name, keyword, and even ORCID . 

You can also narrow your search by exact matches only or by limiting results to specified subject areas. Each author returned in the results list links to a page that profiles their publications and citations as well as provides measures of their scholarly impact.

Scopus Author Details Page

Searching for affiliations To search for affiliations (i.e., institutions), click the Affiliation search tab above the search box. 

Scopus Affiliation Search

Here, you can search by institution name, such as University of Minnesota.

Results from this search link to affiliation profiles that provide access to documents and authors associated with the respective institution. In addition, these profiles provide some statistics of an affiliation’s scholarly output, including documents by subject area, documents by publication source, and collaborating institutions.

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Creating advanced searches Scopus provides the option of creating advanced searches to customize the results that are returned. To do this, click the Advanced search tab above the search box. 

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In this page, you are provided a text box where you can specify all the parameters of your search using the field codes listed.

Getting full text

When using Library resources, the FindIt link is your connection to accessing the full text of articles if a PDF link is not already visible.

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Exporting Results From Scopus

Scopus allows you to export results lists (including all search results, ‘My Lists’ and ‘Saved Lists’), documents and documents references. These can be exported either to a file or a reference management tool (e.g. EndNote, Zotero).

  • Select the document or documents you would like to export .
  • Click the ‘ Export ’ link. A list of file or reference management tools will appear. 
  • If this is the first time you are exporting , select your reference management tool or file type.
  • Once you choose your file type or reference management tool, an export options box will appear.  Choose what citation information you want to export.  You can also save this template as a preference. Then click Export.
  • Your export begins.

Personal account

You can create an Elsevier account for free.   With an Elsevier account you can save a search from any documents results list, or from within your current search history.

  • Run a document search or an advanced search . A document search results page opens.
  • From your document search results, click ‘ Save search’ which appears to the left of your search results. The "Save this search" popup opens.
  • From within the Save this search popup, enter a name for the new Saved search .
  • Click ‘ Save ’. Your search is saved and can be accessed by clicking on the Saved Searches link located above the Search History.

If you are not signed into Scopus, you have the option to add selected documents from your results list to a temporary session-based list.   When you sign out of Scopus, the documents in your temporary list are deleted.  If you are signed into Scopus, you have the option to save documents to a list which may be accessed anytime you are signed into Scopus.  You can rename, edit, delete, add documents to, or export your lists of documents in Scopus account. These lists are available any time when you sign in to Scopus and can be modified or exported according to your research needs.

You can setup and manage alerts in Scopus

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  • From the Set search alert page or Set Alert pop-up, enter a ‘Name of alert’ .
  • In ‘ E-mail address’ , enter the email address for alert notifications. This field automatically displays the email address entered when you first registered to use Scopus. You can also enter email addresses of colleagues. Separate multiple email addresses with a semicolon, comma, or space, or press ‘ Enter’ on your keyboard. If a colleague unsubscribes from the alert, you will receive an email informing you of the action.
  • From ‘ Frequency’ , select how often you want to receive alert email notices. For weekly alerts you can choose which day of the week you receive the alert, and for monthly alerts you can choose which day you receive the alert. Note: If there are no new documents matching your alert criteria during the time-frame or frequency you choose, you will not receive an alert.
  • Click on "set search alert" to save the alert.
  • Once you have created your Alert, it can be accessed on the Alert page.  On that page you can select ‘ Active’ or ‘ Inactive’ as the status of your alert. You can change this setting on the Alerts page without losing your frequency preferences. Setting an alert to ‘ Inactive’ status does not delete the alert.

Scopus Tutorials : Scopus tutorials provide a visual tour of Scopus and its functions, but are without sound. The tutorials below are also found in the relevant FAQs in the Scopus Support Center.

Scopus Tutorial: How to conduct a basic search (2022 July 12): 3:10 min

Scopus Tutorial: How to use advanced search (2022 July 13): 3:04 min.

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Scopus Tutorial: Understand how author profiles work (2022 July 21): 2:14 min.

Scopus Tutorial: How to save searches and set alerts (2022 July 13): 2:13 min.

Scopus is useful for learning and research. Beyond serving as simply a citation index, however, it is also useful for assessing scholarly impact. As a result, data from Scopus form the foundation for Manifold , one of the University's research impact tracking systems.

What is Manifold? Manifold is a web-accessible interface that generates profiles and reports of research impact and scholarly output for faculty and departments in the University of Minnesota Medical School. Built in response to emerging expectations and needs around faculty scholarship, Manifold harvests publication data from Scopus, including citation counts, to provide metrics of research impact and productivity for Medical School faculty and departments. In addition, Manifold provides an easy mechanism for identifying nominees for the Wall of Scholarship , which showcases research excellence among Medical School faculty. As more needs around assessment emerge at the University, the system continues to be enhanced to meet new demands on the data that Scopus provides on faculty scholarship.

For more information about Manifold, please consult the Manifold Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Scopus Tip & Trick: How to export your bibliography from Scopus for use in NIH platforms and tools

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To learn how this works, follow this tip & trick. It walks you through exporting your Scopus author profile in an RIS format file, importing it into NIH My NCIB tools, using the profile data in the SciENcv platform to create a biosketch, and adding it to your NIH RePORTER profile.

Step 1: Find, check and export your Scopus profile

  • Run an Author search on Scopus using your first name, last name, ORCID iD etc.
  • From the author search results, find and click on your name to open the Author details page

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  • Review your details page (TIP: Refer to this tip & trick for help on checking the accuracy of your profile ) 

NOTE: If you plan to share your profile on NIH RePORTER, be sure to copy or write down the URL of your Scopus author profile page.

  • Go to the Documents tab, which appears just below the author summary box. In this tab, you will find your list of documents indexed on Scopus.
  • Look for and click the Export icon (Note: Depending on how you use Scopus, this might be displayed according to your export preference., i.e. Save to Mendeley , Export all to RIS file, etc. To select a different export method than what is displayed, click on the drop-down arrow).
  • From the pop-up menu, select RIS format for your file format and Citation information only as the information to export
  • Click Export and save the file to use in the desired application or program

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Step 2: Import your profile into NIH My NCBI My Bibliography

  • Go to the NIH's NCBI and click on “Sign in to NCBI” on the top right corner of the screen.
  • Enter your details and sign in.
  • Once signed in, click on “My NCBI”.
  • Select “Manage My Bibliography”.
  • Click “Upload a file” on the right hand side of the page.
  • Select the RIS file you saved from Scopus.
  • After completing these steps, NCBI will upload your information and, if required, assist you in completing any additional steps, such as providing additional information about publications such as their PMCIDs.

Step 3: Get your profile URL from My NCBI

Follow the instruction which applies to you:

Get a profile URL from My NCBI Collection:

  • Go to the homepage for My NCBI and click on “Public” in My Bibliography collection.
  • Copy the URL from the section “Share your bibliography with this URL”.

Get a profile URL from My NCBI Sketchbook:

  • Go to the homepage for My NCBI and click on “Manage SciENcv” or, if this section is empty, go to “Click here to create a new CV.”
  • Provide the required information (i.e. Name, Format (NIH Biosketch)), and click “Create”.
  • Go to the section “C. Contribution to Science” and click “Edit”.
  • Select “Include link” and then click “Done”.
  • You will see a new link beginning with http://bit.ly/ . This leads to your list of publications as curated on NIH My NCBI. Copy the link so you can reuse it in NIH RePORTER.

Step 4: Add your Scopus and My NCBI profile URLs to your NIH RePORTER profile

  • Go to NIH RePORTER .
  • Search for your name using the query section. Note: You will find your name only if you have been a PI or Project Lead on an awarded grant.
  • Click on your name in the results list.
  • Click “Click here to manage your profile list”.
  • Paste in your Scopus author profile and NCBI My Bibliography links (as explained in steps 1 and 2 above)  
  • Click “Submit profile”.
  • Once finished, you should receive a confirmation email.

This tip & trick is based on the help file: “ How do I export my Scopus data into NIH My Bibliography and SciENcv ?” found on the Scopus Support Center.

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This extension only works for Scopus authenticated users. The Scopus download manager will not do anything for unauthenticated users. Scopus Document Download Manager is a free browser extension enabling download functionality in Scopus, as well as a Quick Document Search function for Scopus authenticated users. To search, authenticated users can simply click on the browser extension icon to display the search form. This extension saves authenticated users the hassle of visiting individual publisher web sites to download documents one by one. Instead, it seamlessly connects to publisher websites to download full text PDFs directly from your browser without needing to configure and maintain a list of entitlements. How do you use this extension in Scopus? 1) From the document search results or document list pages, select one or several documents and click on Download button or 2) From a Scopus abstract record page, click on Download button When successfully downloaded, your PDF document(s) will be saved to your browser Downloads folder. In the event that the extension fails at retrieving the PDF (e.g. you are not entitled to the full text or the download is prevented by the publisher web site) the Document Download Manager will provide a link to the publisher web site so you can easily open the page and try to download the full text manually.

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  • In the spirit of responsible open science, we’re releasing this model under a Creative Commons NonCommercial license for researchers to further explore.

As humans, much of what we learn about the world around us—particularly in our early stages of life—is gleaned through observation. Take Newton’s third law of motion: Even an infant (or a cat) can intuit, after knocking several items off a table and observing the results, that what goes up must come down. You don’t need hours of instruction or to read thousands of books to arrive at that result. Your internal world model—a contextual understanding based on a mental model of the world—predicts these consequences for you, and it’s highly efficient.

“V-JEPA is a step toward a more grounded understanding of the world so machines can achieve more generalized reasoning and planning,” says Meta’s VP & Chief AI Scientist Yann LeCun, who proposed the original Joint Embedding Predictive Architectures (JEPA) in 2022. “Our goal is to build advanced machine intelligence that can learn more like humans do, forming internal models of the world around them to learn, adapt, and forge plans efficiently in the service of completing complex tasks.”

Video JEPA in focus

V-JEPA is a non-generative model that learns by predicting missing or masked parts of a video in an abstract representation space. This is similar to how our Image Joint Embedding Predictive Architecture (I-JEPA) compares abstract representations of images (rather than comparing the pixels themselves). Unlike generative approaches that try to fill in every missing pixel, V-JEPA has the flexibility to discard unpredictable information, which leads to improved training and sample efficiency by a factor between 1.5x and 6x.

Because it takes a self-supervised learning approach, V-JEPA is pre-trained entirely with unlabeled data. Labels are only used to adapt the model to a particular task after pre-training. This type of architecture proves more efficient than previous models, both in terms of the number of labeled examples needed and the total amount of effort put into learning even the unlabeled data. With V-JEPA, we’ve seen efficiency boosts on both of these fronts.

With V-JEPA, we mask out a large portion of a video so the model is only shown a little bit of the context. We then ask the predictor to fill in the blanks of what’s missing—not in terms of the actual pixels, but rather as a more abstract description in this representation space.

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Masking methodology

V-JEPA wasn’t trained to understand one specific type of action. Instead it used self-supervised training on a range of videos and learned a number of things about how the world works. The team also carefully considered the masking strategy—if you don’t block out large regions of the video and instead randomly sample patches here and there, it makes the task too easy and your model doesn’t learn anything particularly complicated about the world.

It’s also important to note that, in most videos, things evolve somewhat slowly over time. If you mask a portion of the video but only for a specific instant in time and the model can see what came immediately before and/or immediately after, it also makes things too easy and the model almost certainly won’t learn anything interesting. As such, the team used an approach where it masked portions of the video in both space and time, which forces the model to learn and develop an understanding of the scene.

Efficient predictions

Making these predictions in the abstract representation space is important because it allows the model to focus on the higher-level conceptual information of what the video contains without worrying about the kind of details that are most often unimportant for downstream tasks. After all, if a video shows a tree, you’re likely not concerned about the minute movements of each individual leaf.

One of the reasons why we’re excited about this direction is that V-JEPA is the first model for video that’s good at “frozen evaluations,” which means we do all of our self-supervised pre-training on the encoder and the predictor, and then we don’t touch those parts of the model anymore. When we want to adapt them to learn a new skill, we just train a small lightweight specialized layer or a small network on top of that, which is very efficient and quick.

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Previous work had to do full fine-tuning, which means that after pre-training your model, when you want the model to get really good at fine-grained action recognition while you’re adapting your model to take on that task, you have to update the parameters or the weights in all of your model. And then that model overall becomes specialized at doing that one task and it’s not going to be good for anything else anymore. If you want to teach the model a different task, you have to use different data, and you have to specialize the entire model for this other task. With V-JEPA, as we’ve demonstrated in this work, we can pre-train the model once without any labeled data, fix that, and then reuse those same parts of the model for several different tasks, like action classification, recognition of fine-grained object interactions, and activity localization.

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Avenues for future research...

While the “V” in V-JEPA stands for “video,” it only accounts for the visual content of videos thus far. A more multimodal approach is an obvious next step, so we’re thinking carefully about incorporating audio along with the visuals.

As a proof of concept, the current V-JEPA model excels at fine-grained object interactions and distinguishing detailed object-to-object interactions that happen over time. For example, if the model needs to be able to distinguish between someone putting down a pen, picking up a pen, and pretending to put down a pen but not actually doing it, V-JEPA is quite good compared to previous methods for that high-grade action recognition task. However, those things work on relatively short time scales. If you show V-JEPA a video clip of a few seconds, maybe up to 10 seconds, it’s great for that. So another important step for us is thinking about planning and the model’s ability to make predictions over a longer time horizon.

...and the path toward AMI

To date, our work with V-JEPA has been primarily about perception—understanding the contents of various video streams in order to obtain some context about the world immediately surrounding us. The predictor in this Joint Embedding Predictive Architecture serves as an early physical world model: You don’t have to see everything that’s happening in the frame, and it can tell you conceptually what’s happening there. As a next step, we want to show how we can use this kind of a predictor or world model for planning or sequential decision-making.

We know that it’s possible to train JEPA models on video data without requiring strong supervision and that they can watch videos in the way an infant might—just observing the world passively, learning a lot of interesting things about how to understand the context of those videos in such a way that, with a small amount of labeled data, you can quickly acquire a new task and ability to recognize different actions.

V-JEPA is a research model, and we’re exploring a number of future applications. For example, we expect that the context V-JEPA provides could be useful for our embodied AI work as well as our work to build a contextual AI assistant for future AR glasses. We firmly believe in the value of responsible open science, and that’s why we’re releasing the V-JEPA model under the CC BY-NC license so other researchers can extend this work.

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