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· Find your Scopus Author ID. A Scopus Author ID is automatically generated the first time one of your publications is indexed in Scopus.. In Scopus, search for your name or one of your indexed publications and g o to your Author Details page (accessed by clicking on your name when it appears in a search results list, a source document details page, or a document details page).
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Features. No Manual update to publications required, just submit your Scopus Author ID for list of publications and Google Scholar URL for citations, h-index, i-10 index Assistance to find scopus author id available in the login page In case you want to suggest new feature please write email to us.
Login to your ORCID account with your email or ORCID iD. Click "Forgotten your password" to retrieve your password if needed. Under Works, click “+ Add Works” and then “Search & link". Choose "Scopus to ORCID"
· The Scopus Advanced search form opens.Learn more on how to use Advanced search. From the Scopus Advanced search form, click ‘AU-ID‘ from the code selection box. The code is entered within the search entry form as AU-ID(). Enter the author identifier within the code’s parenthesis. For example: For an author’s publication set: AU-ID(123456789)
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· ResearcherID (developed by Thomas Reuters and used in Web of Science) and Scopus Author ID (developed by Elsevier and used in Scopus) are two examples of these efforts. Whereas ORCID is "a platform-agnostic identifier," ResearcherID and Scopus Author ID are connected to proprietary, subscription-based systems.
· The Scopus Author Identifier assigns a unique number to groups of documents written by the same author via an algorithm that matches authorship based on a certain criteria.. Scopus author ID can be used for the following purposes: collects an author’s various names and adds these names under one author identifier