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The complete list of Scopus Subject Areas and All Science Journal Classification Codes (ASJC) is given in the article. How to Find Scopus Indexed Journals. List of Subject Areas Covered By Scopus Database Scopus CodeSubject AreasSupergroup1000Multidisciplinary 1100Agricultural and Biological Sciences Life Sciences1200Arts and Humanities Social Sciences1300Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology Life Sciences1400Business, Management, and Accounting Social Sciences1500Chemical Engineering Physical Sciences1600Chemistry Physical Sciences1700Computer Science Physical Sciences1800Decision Sciences Social Sciences1900Earth and Planetary Sciences Physical Sciences2000Economics, Econometrics and Finance Social Sciences2100Energy Physical Sciences2200Engineering Physical Sciences2300Environmental Science Physical Sciences2400Immunology and Microbiology Life Sciences2500Materials Science Physical Sciences2600Mathematics Physical Sciences2700Medicine Health Sciences2800Neuroscience Life Sciences2900Nursing Health Sciences3000Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Pharmaceutics Life Sciences3100Physics and Astronomy Physical Sciences3200Psychology Social Sciences3300Social Sciences Social Sciences3400Veterinary Health Sciences3500Dentistry Health Sciences3600Health Professions Health Sciences How to Find Scopus Indexed Journals.

The Quality or Quantity of the Journal Publication. August 29, 2019 What is Springer Nature SciGraph. April 15, 2020 No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply document. Coverage of source types Serial source types Non-serial sources Other sources 8 3. Coverage of metadata Document types Abstracts Keywords and index terms Cited references Affiliation data Author profiles ORCID integration Other metadata Coverage of sources (dating back to 1970) Scopus title list Scopus title evaluation Global coverage Subject area coverage Complete coverage MEDLINE coverage Processing of Scopus content 24 2 Scopus Content Coverage Guide3 1.

With over 21,500 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers, Scopus delivers the most comprehensive overview of the world s research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social science and arts and humanities.

Publishers indexed in Scopus Scopus at a glance, updated January 2016: Over 21,500 titles (see section 4. The CSAB as we know it today was formed in 2009 and is now made up of 15 independent, international scientists, researchers and journal editors from all scientific disciplines and geographical areas.

Additionally, the CSAB is integral in determining content strategy by: Recommending long-term content approaches to ensure that Scopus remains focused on the research community s information needs Keeping the Scopus team abreast of trends and developments in the research community, such as new standards, protocols or software with which to integrate 1. Coverage of source types The source types covered in Scopus are either serial publications that have an ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) such as journals, book series and some conference series or non-serial publications that have an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) like one-off book publications or one-off conferences.

To ensure that coverage, discoverability, profiles and impact measurement for research in all subject fields is accounted for, Scopus covers different source types. In the table below, the figures in the columns highlight the significance of each content type per discipline. This analysis underpins a highly targeted approach for coverage of various source types for different fields. Percentage of Scopus serial publications 35. The exception is conference papers, which enter Scopus through different methods than do serial publications with ISSNs (see section Conference Material ).

Journals Journals make up the bulk of the content in Scopus and can have various physical formats (e. Any serial publication with an ISSN, excluding trade journals, book series, certain proceedings, newsletters, secondary sources or patent publications, can be suggested for review and covered in Scopus.

Trade journals Trade journals are serial publications covering and intended to reach a specific industry, trade or type of business.

These publications are usually are a magazine type of periodical with articles on topical subjects, news items and advertisements that appeal to those in the field. Trade journals are seldom refereed and do not always have an editorial board. Abstracts are usually short or nonexistent and few or no references are given. Trade journals are included in Scopus because users and librarians consider selected articles to be scientifically relevant. Only articles or reviews of scientific relevance are included in Scopus.

The minimum requirements for trade journal items to be captured are: (1) minimum of one page, (2) minimum of one mentioned author (for more information about the regular document type policy, see section 3. Usually, but not always, each book has a book title separate from the series title and a different editor or editors. Conference material Conference material enters Scopus in two different ways: (1) as a special issue of a regular journal, (2) as a dedicated conference proceeding.

The remaining 5 million are published in conference proceedings. Conference coverage in Scopus is focused primarily on those subject areas where conference papers represent a substantial portion of published research, e. A Conference Expansion Project completed in 2014 involved indexing over 1,000 conference titles, more than 6,000 conference events and over 400,000 conference papers, principally in engineering and computer science. The project indexed conferences from the big engineering publishers such as INSPIRES, ASEE and ASME.

In the Scopus title list (see section 4. Proceedings tabs, 21,235 in the Conf. Proceedings post-1995 tab and 5,377 in the Conf. These are conference proceedings from which the meeting name was captured as part of the record data, but were not published as part of a serial publication with an ISSN. It can have different physical formats (e. Since August 2013, book coverage has expanded. Along with the existing book series, book content now includes monographs, edited volumes, major reference works and graduate level textbooks.

Over 113,000 titles were added to Scopus in 2015, with a target of 120,000 titles expected to be reached by early Additionally, 10,000 titles will be added each year thereafter.

This expansion significantly increases the breadth and depth of coverage for book-oriented disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. Books are indexed on both a book and a chapter level.

Book selection policy is publisher-based, meaning publishers are reviewed based on the relevancy and quality of their complete books list. Once a publisher is accepted, all books from that publisher that fit the scope of the project are indexed in Scopus. To see a list of the publishers included, please refer to the book title list: Other sources Secondary documents In Scopus, approximately 90 million records are non-core, or secondary documents.