Scopus bibliometrics can help you assess an individual author’s research output and scholarly impact. The depth and breadth of content on Scopus—which includes 2.5 million pre-1996 recently added record—provides the quality data needed to build accurate measurements of an author’s impact.
With Scopus you can easily analyze and track an individual’s citation history. In addition to finding an author’s total citation and document counts from an author’s details page, you can also access the following metrics and tools:
h-index and h-graph: Rates a scientist's performance based on his or her career publications, as measured by the lifetime number of citations each article receives. The measurement depends on both quantity (number of publications) and quality (number of citations) of an academic's publications.
Citation overview tracker: An adjustable table that includes the number of times each document has been cited per publication year.
Analyze author output: A collection of in-depth and visual analysis tools designed to provide a better picture of an individual’s publication history and influence.
AY Gasparyan, M Yessirkepov… - Journal of Korean …, 2018 - synapse.koreamed.org
M Mering - Serials Review, 2017 - Taylor & Francis
AY Gasparyan, B Nurmashev… - Journal of Korean …, 2017 - synapse.koreamed.org
E Orduna-Malea… - … in Research Metrics and …, 2017 - frontiersin.org