Google Scholar Citations provide a simple way for authors to keep track of citations to their articles. You can check who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics.
Scopus, Researcher ID and others have provided this information for some time, and Google Scholar Citations looks very much like a response to the recently launched Microsoft Academic Search: Will we soon see a similar offering from Mendeley or ResearchGate?
a vector of Google Scholar IDs an integer specifying the number of articles to fetch for each scholar. Value. a data frame giving the ID of each scholar and the total number of citations received by work published in a year.
[Google Scholar Citations and the software/add-ins (see below) - can help with this]. Can you create a set of an author's publications?
Google Scholar Citations is open for business. That's a screenshot of the top of my public page that you see above. It feeds my ego to see the number of citations per year grow and to see...
puts " -- Google Scholar Citation ID: %s"%citation_id.
To download BibTeX citation go to Google Scholar and search for a publication. Through the cite button below a search result Google provides formatted citations for MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
email@example.com /firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Abstract— This paper aims to analyze the number of readers from the published articles of 100 Indonesian
Last Thursday Google Scholar Citations went public. It was to be expected. Since August the product has been tested by a few (blogging) scientists.
Now to Google Scholar Citations. I registered, I searched on my name and accepted it.