Scopus is a large and wide-ranging citation database of peer-reviewed content. Covering over 20,500 titles from 5,000 publishers worldwide, it provides 49 million records of abstracting and indexing content. Comprehensive options for searching the database are included, allowing users to discover high-quality content relevant to their areas of research interest.
Researchers can use Scopus to find out who is citing their work, and how many citations a particular article or author has received. It also provides tools for analyzing journals and authors in a specific discipline, helping researchers to track research trends and make connections with other scholars.