Scopus

Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature with smart tools to track, analyse and visualise research. The database can be accessed within the framework of TÁMOP 4.2.5 application won by Educatio Public Services Non-profit LLC, by institutes applying for it.

Scopus, launched in November 2004, is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature. With over 19,000 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers, SciVerse Scopus offers researchers a quick, easy and comprehensive resource to support their research needs in the scientific, technical, medical and social sciences fields, and, more recently, also in arts and humanities.

SciVerse Scopus at a glance May 2012:

More than 19,500 titles:

  • 18,500 peer-reviewed journals (including 1,800 Open Access journals).
  • 400 trade publications.
  • 340 book series.
  • 4.9 million conference proceedings.

47 million records:

  • 26 million records with references back to 1996 (of which 78% include references).
  • 21 million records pre-1996 which go back as far as 1823.
  • 4.9 million conference papers from proceedings journals.

“Articles-in-Press” from over 3,850 journals.

Features and functionality designed to support and improve researchers’ workflow, including:

  • A simple and intuitive interface.
  • Linking to full-text articles and other library resources.
  • Author Identifier to automatically match an author’s published research including the h-index.
  • Citation Tracker to simply find, check and track citations in real-time.
  • Affiliation Identifier to automatically identify and match an organisation with all its research output.
  • Journal Analyser provides a quick insight into journal performance.
  • Alerts, RSS and HTML feeds, to stay up-to-date.
  • Document Download Manager to easily download and organise multiple full-text articles simultaneously.
  • Interoperability with SciVerse ScienceDirect, Reaxys and ProQuest’s CSA Illumina.
  • Data export via bibliographic managers such as RefWorks, EndNote and BibTex.

The database can be accessed within the framework of TÁMOP 4.2.5 application won by Educatio Public Services Non-profit LLC, by institutes applying for it.

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The core contents of the service are: English – Hungarian and Hungarian – English, German – Hungarian and Hungarian–German, French – Hungarian, Hungarian – French Comprehensive Dictionaries; Dictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases; Environmental Encyclopaedia; Hungarian– English Environmental Dictionary of Definitions; English – Hungarian Financial and Technical Dictionaries; and the Dictionary of Terminology of the European Union published by Akadémiai Kiadó.The contents have been enriched with further dictionaries since 2010, these are the following: Spanish–Hungarian and Hungarian–Spanish Dictionaries, German–Hungarian Comprehensive Technical Dictionary, Italian – Hungarian and Hungarian – Italian Concise Dictionaries, Hungarian – Dutch Concise Dictionary, Hungarian Dictionary of Definitions, New Hungarian Encyclopaedia of Literature, Dictionary of Hungarian Synonyms, The Rules of Hungarian Spelling.

With the “World Biographical Information System (WBIS) Online” K. G. Saur presents the most comprehensive and extensive biographical online library. The database can be accessed owing to the application TÁMOP 4.2.5-09/1-2010-0002 won by Educatio Public Services Nonprofit LLC. The database can be accessed freely by members of EIS consortium.

EconLit (Economic Literature Index), published by the American Economic Association, is the world’s biggest database in the fields of economics and related subjects. It provides bibliographic coverage of a wide range economics-related literature, going back to 1969, and covers both economic theory and application.

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