The Scopus database retrieves the most publications of any database. This page contains directions on how to upload SCOPUS references into your EndNote libraries.
No database indexes every publication. We strongly suggest that you search every database in this section of the LibGuide to compile the most complete EndNote libraries.
4. In the Document Results window select the document records you want to export. You can select individual documents or click on All to select all the document records for export. In this example I chose all 157 of Dr. Wigler's publications.
5. In the Document Results Window Click on Export
In the Output page choose RIS format and Complete format from the dropdown windows then click Export
Click on Open and Allow in the prompt windows. The references should then be imported into your open library.
NOTE: If you are importing a lot of references it may take a few minutes.
Eliminating duplicates from your library;
Removing references from your library;
To move references from trash back into your library
Click on the EndNote library or group you want to import your files into
Do steps 1 - 5 above. You will have created a Scopus RIS Format file in your Downloads file
Your files should be imported into your EndNote library.