The SCOPUS database is the world's largest universal reference database with the ability to track scientific citations of publications (https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/scopus). For authors who have published more than one article, an individual account is created in Scopus - an author profile with a unique Author ID. The author's profile contains the following information: 9 variants of the author's name, 9 a list of places of his work, 9 number of publications, 9 years of publishing activity, 9 fields of research, 9 references to the main co-authors, 9 total number of citations to the author's publications, 9 total number of sources, referred to by the author, 9 Hirsch index of the author, etc. The database provides users with the ability to use a unique identifier to generate searches and set up notifications (by e-mail or via RSS) about changes in author profiles. Without registering a subscription to the Scopus database, it is possible to search for authors and view their profiles on a limited basis using the Scopus Author Preview link.
Information about the universal abstract base and Quick reference guide)
What is scopus ?
How to search in Scopus database ?
Scopus Tutorial: How to use advanced search
Scopus Tutorial: How to conduct a basic search
How to analyze your search results
Analyzing and Visualizing Scholarly Research