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Covidence

Exporting from Scopus

Complete your desired search in Scopus. On the results page, click All and in the drop-down menu, click Select all.

 

Once you've selected the maximum amount of results, click Export and select RIS format and Abstract & keywords. Click Export and Save the file.

  • Your browser might be set to automatically open this file in EndNote. If that's the case, you'll need to locate where the file downloaded on your computer in order to import it into Covidence. 

Importing into Covidence


Importing into Covidence

Go back to the review home page and click Import. 

 

Select the Screen option, click Browse, and then select the file you previously saved.

 

Once you click Import, Covidence will import the uploaded files and remove any duplicates. After the references are uploaded, you can view the duplicates on the home page, by clicking View All Duplicates to ensure Covidence accurately screened the uploaded references.