You can find metrics for a specific journal or compare journal metrics for items indexed in Scopus by clicking on the "compare journals" link.
On the Compare journals search page search for journals you'd like to compare, by name, by publisher or by specific ISSN number. The example below shows a search for journal titles with the word "disability" in the title, which resulted in a list of 21 journals. The default option compares these journals based on SCImago Journal Rank (SJR). Click on the column header SJR to sort this list of so that the journal with the highest SJR appears at the top.
Scopus displays a chart, comparing the journals selected by default. Use the tabs above the chart to compare titles by other metrics. You can also switch from a chart visual to view the information as a table. Tables can be exported as a .CVS file and visuals can be exported in a number of different formats using the zip file option from the export button.