Access to SCOPUS, Web of Science
The Institute of Vegetable and Melon NAAS has access to the scientometric database SCOPUS published by Elsevier. Access is provided from the local network of the institute by the link https://www.scopus.com
Scopus is an abstract and scientometric database of peer-reviewed literature and verified web sources. The search engine uses software tools to track, analyze and visualize research. The SCOPUS database indexes about 22,000 titles of various publications (including 55 Ukrainian ones) from more than 5,000 publishers. SCOPUS gives its users the opportunity to get thematic search results from one platform with a user-friendly interface, track their ranking in SCOPUS (citing their own publications; Worse index) and more.
Access to one of the largest scientometric databases Web of Science is open. Web of Science (WoS) is an abstract scientometric database of scientific publications that offers access to bibliographic data of scientific articles from prestigious periodicals, books and materials of scientific conferences, indicating the actual citation of these materials. Thus, the user is able to immediately get an idea of the relevance of a work and its impact on the scientific community. Web of Science allows you to organize a search by keywords, by individual author and by organization (university), while connecting a powerful apparatus for analyzing the results found. The search result according to these criteria allows you to estimate the total number of publications, the number of citations, h-index and other indicators. Access to the Web of Science only from the local network of the university at: http://webofscience.com/
The institute gained access to full-text resources (e-books) of the Science Direct database.
This is one of the largest online collections of published research. Owned by the Dutch publishing house Elsevier. The collection contains almost 12 million content items from more than 3,500 journals and more than 34,000 e-books, reference books, scientific collections. Based on Science Direct, the Scopus database was created in 2002.
The articles are grouped into four main sections: physical and technical sciences, natural sciences, medical sciences and social sciences and humanities. Annotations of most articles are freely available.