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  • Google Cendekia
    Penelusuran Cendekia Lanjutan Temukan artikel dengan semua kata dengan frasa yang sebenarnya dengan minimal satu kata tanpa kata di tempat kata saya muncul di manapun dalam artikel di manapun dalam artikel dalam judul artikel Kembalikan artikel yang ditulis oleh misalnya PJ Hayes atau McCarthy Kembalikan artikel yang dipublikasikan di misalnya J Biol Chem atau Alami Kembalikan artikel tertanggal antara misalnya 1996 Berdiri di bahu raksasa Maaf beberapa fitur mungkin tidak

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  • About Google Scholar
    research Features of Google Scholar Search all scholarly literature from one convenient place Explore related works citations authors and publications Locate the complete document through your library or on the web Keep up with recent developments in any area of research Check who s citing your publications create a public author profile How are documents ranked Google Scholar aims to rank documents the way researchers do weighing the full text

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  • Google Scholar
    courts Select courts Find articles with all of the words with the exact phrase with at least one of the words without the words where my words occur anywhere in the article anywhere in the article in the title of the article Return articles authored by e g PJ Hayes or McCarthy Return articles published in e g J Biol Chem or Nature Return articles dated between e g 1996

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  • Google Scholar Search Tips
    click the Save link under the search result Can you just build my library for me We can help If you have a public Scholar profile you can quickly import the articles that your publications have cited Click on Cited by me in the left column of your library page to get started How do I find an article in my library Click My library at the top of the Scholar homepage or in the left column of a search results page to view all articles in your library To search the full text of these articles enter your query as usual in the search box How do I remove an article from my library Find the article you want to remove click on its title and then click the Delete button at the top of the page My library is too big Can I organize it You can use labels for example artificial intelligence to categorize your articles To add a label to an article find the article in your library click on its title open the Labels dropdown at the top of the page and select the label you want to apply To view all the articles with a specific label click the label name in the left column of your library page To remove a label from an article click on its title open the Labels dropdown at the top of the page and select the label you want to remove To add edit or delete labels click Manage labels in the left column of your library page Who can see the articles in my library Only you can see the articles in your library If you create a Scholar profile and make it public then the articles in your public profile and only those articles will be visible to everyone How is my library related to my Scholar profile Your profile contains all the articles you have written yourself It s a way to present your work to others as well as to keep track of citations to it Your library is a way to organize the articles that you d like to read or cite not just the ones you ve written Your library automatically includes all the articles in your profile they appear under the My Citations label How does the Cited by me label work How do you know what I ve cited The articles labelled Cited by me are automatically extracted from the bibliography sections of the papers in your public Scholar profile Note that this automated system may not be able to include citations from papers where the full text isn t available to our crawlers or the references aren t formatted according to our technical guidelines Help I just removed the My Citations label from an article and it disappeared from my Scholar profile How do I add it back Find the article in your library click on its title open the Labels dropdown at the top of the page and select My Citations Presto It will be back in your profile Citation Export How can I add the full citation of a result on Google Scholar to my bibliography manager Visit the settings page and select your preferred citation format in the Bibliography Manager section We currently support RefWorks RefMan EndNote and BibTeX Once you ve saved your settings we will add an import link to each search result Click on the link for the result you would like to save I wrote a program to download lots of search results but you blocked my computer from accessing Google Scholar Can you raise the limit Err no please respect our robots txt when you access Google Scholar using automated software As the wearers of crawler s shoes and webmaster s hat we cannot recommend adherence to web standards highly enough How do I get bulk access to records in Google Scholar Sorry we re unable to provide bulk access You ll need to make an arrangement directly with the source of the data you re interested in Keep in mind that a lot of the records in Google Scholar come from commercial subscription services Can I see more than 1 000 search results Sorry we can only show up to 1 000 results for any particular search query Try a different query to get more results Content Converage What do you include in Google Scholar Google Scholar includes journal and conference papers theses and dissertations academic books pre prints abstracts technical reports and other scholarly literature from all broad areas of research You ll find works from a wide variety of academic publishers professional societies and university repositories as well as scholarly articles available anywhere across the web Google Scholar also includes court opinions and patents Do you cover Pubmed JSTOR Elsevier We index research articles and abstracts from most major academic publishers and repositories worldwide including both free and subscription sources To check current coverage of a specific source in Google Scholar search for a sample of their article titles in quotes While we try to be comprehensive it isn t possible to guarantee uninterrupted coverage of any particular source We index articles from sources all over the web and link to these websites in our search results If one of these websites becomes unavailable to our search robots or to a large number of web users we have to remove it from Google Scholar until it becomes available again How complete is your coverage Our meticulous search robots generally try to index every paper from every website they visit including most major sources and also many lesser known ones That said Google Scholar is primarily a search of academic papers Shorter articles such as book reviews news sections editorials announcements and letters may or may not be included Untitled documents and documents without authors are usually not included Website URLs that aren t available to our search robots or to the majority of web users are obviously

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  • Google Scholar Citations Help
    the Actions menu My profile shows the same article twice How do I fix this Select both versions of the article Next choose the Merge option from the Actions menu You will then see both citations for the article listed Click Select next to the best citation to the article you can edit it later if you wish This will merge the two versions Your citation counts and citation metrics will automatically update to count the versions you ve merged as a single article not two different articles I merged a version with 27 citations with the one with 4 citations How come the merged article has 30 citations shouldn t it be 31 Nope the Cited by count after the merge is the number of papers that cite the merged article One of these probably cites both versions that you ve merged the 27 4 31 formula counts this citation twice But if the count has dropped below 27 ugh please do let us know Why is there a next to my article s Cited by count The indicates that the Cited by count includes citations that might not match this article It is an estimate made automatically by a computer program You can check these citations by clicking on the article s title and looking for Scholar articles with a next to their title Making your profile public Will my profile be visible to others Your profile is private and visible only to you until and unless you make your profile public How do I make my profile public Click the Edit link next to My profile is private and select the My profile is public option How do I see what my profile will look like to others before I make it public Click the Edit link next to My profile is private Next click Preview public version How do I link to my public profile Click the Link link next to My profile is public That will show the Public URL for your profile which you can add to your homepage or email to your colleagues Highlight it with the mouse and paste it wherever you wish I have changed my mind about making my profile public How do I make it private again Click the Edit link next to My profile is public Select the My profile is private option My profile is already public Is there anything else I need to do to make it available for inclusion in Google Scholar search results You also need to add a verified email address at your university or institution To be eligible for inclusion in Google Scholar search results your profile needs to be public and needs to have a verified email address at your university non institutional email addresses such as gmail com hotmail com aol com yahoo com qq com etc are not suitable for this purpose To add a verified email to your profile click the Edit link next to No verified email add your email address at your institution and click Save We will send you an email message with a verification link Once you click on this link the email address will be marked verified Your profile will now be eligible for inclusion in Google Scholar search results Rest assured we will not display your email address on your public profile Nor will we sell it trade it or use it to send you email unrelated to Google Scholar Exploring citations to your articles How do I see the list of citations to one of my articles Click the Cited by number for the article How do I see the citation graph for one of my articles Click the title of the article How do I get notified about new citations to my articles Click the Follow new citations link in the right sidebar under the search box then verify your email address and click Create alert We ll then email you when newly published articles cite any of the works in your profile How do I get notified about new citations to a specific article Click the Cited by number for your article and then click the envelope icon in the left sidebar Then we ll email you when newly published articles cite yours Why is the Cited by count for one of my articles crossed out Google Scholar considers this article the same as another article in your profile We display the Cited by count next to both of the duplicates but we only count them once in your citation metrics We recommend that you merge the duplicates select both the articles and choose Merge from the Actions menu I like other citation metrics Do you plan to add the g index or the e index Or maybe average citations per article Probably not We compute two versions All and Recent of three metrics h index i10 index and the total number of citations While there s no shortage of other reasonable metrics the incremental usefulness of adding each number generally goes down while the user confusion generally goes up The number of citations to one of my articles is too low I know of several articles citing it that are not included in the list of citations What I can do to help fix this Your Cited by counts come from the Google Scholar index You can change the articles in your profile but citations to them are computed and updated automatically as we update Google Scholar To change the Cited by counts in your profile you would need to have them updated in Google Scholar Google Scholar generally reflects the state of the web as it is currently visible to our search robots and to the majority of users If some of the citations to your article are not included chances are that the citing articles are not accessible to our search robots or are formatted in ways that make it difficult for our indexing algorithms to

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  • Google Scholar Help
    i e the date that would normally be cited in references to this paper from other papers Don t use it for the date of entry into the repository that should go into citation online date instead Provide full dates in the 2010 5 12 format if available or a year alone otherwise This tag is required for inclusion in Google Scholar For journal and conference papers provide the remaining bibliographic citation data in the following tags citation journal title or citation conference title citation issn citation isbn citation volume citation issue citation firstpage and citation lastpage Dublin Core equivalents are DC relation ispartof for journal and conference titles and the non standard tags DC citation volume DC citation issue DC citation spage start page and DC citation epage end page for the remaining fields Regardless of the scheme chosen these fields must contain sufficient information to identify a reference to this paper from another document which is normally all of a journal or conference name b volume and issue numbers if applicable and c the number of the first page of the paper in the volume or issue in question For theses dissertations and technical reports provide the remaining bibliographic citation data in the following tags citation dissertation institution citation technical report institution or DC publisher for the name of the institution and citation technical report number for the number of the technical report As with journal and conference papers you need to provide sufficient information to recognize a formal citation to this document from another article For all document types the guiding principle is to present your article as it would normally be cited in the References section of another paper E g citations to technical reports normally include their assigned numbers so the number of the report should be present in some appropriate field Likewise the name of the journal should be written as Transactions on Magic Realism or Trans Mag Real not as Magic Realism Transactions on or T12 Omission or unusual presentation of key bibliographic fields can lead to mis identification of your articles All tag values are HTML attributes so you must escape special characters appropriately E g meta name citation title content quot Andar com meus sapatos quot uma an 225 lise cr 237 tica There s no need to escape characters that are written directly in your webpage s character encoding such as Latin diacritics on a page in ISO 8859 1 However you must still escape the quotes and the angle brackets The meta tags normally apply only to the exact page on which they re provided If this page shows only the abstract of the paper and you have the full text in a separate file e g in the PDF format please specify the locations of all full text versions using citation pdf url or DC identifier tags The content of the tag is the absolute URL of the PDF file for security reasons it must refer to a file in the same subdirectory as the HTML abstract Failure to link the alternate versions together could result in the incorrect indexing of the PDF files because these files would be processed as separate documents without the information contained in the meta tags Example meta name citation title content The testis isoform of the phosphorylase kinase catalytic subunit PhK T plays a critical role in regulation of glycogen mobilization in developing lung meta name citation author content Liu Li meta name citation author content Rannels Stephen R meta name citation author content Falconieri Mary meta name citation author content Phillips Karen S meta name citation author content Wolpert Ellen B meta name citation author content Weaver Timothy E meta name citation publication date content 1996 05 17 meta name citation journal title content Journal of Biological Chemistry meta name citation volume content 271 meta name citation issue content 20 meta name citation firstpage content 11761 meta name citation lastpage content 11766 meta name citation pdf url content http www example com content 271 20 11761 full pdf Keep in mind that regardless of the meta tag scheme chosen you need to provide at least three fields 1 the title of the article 2 the full name of at least the first author and 3 the year of publication Pages that don t provide any one of these three fields will be processed as if they had no meta tags at all Likewise all PDF files will be processed as if they had no meta tags at all unless they re linked from the corresponding HTML abstracts using citation pdf url or DC identifier tags It works best to provide the meta tags for all versions of your paper not just for one of the versions 2 a Indexing of content without the meta tags If it s not practical for you to implement the HTML meta tags e g if your papers are only available in the PDF format then the document needs to be visually laid out according to the following conventions The title of the paper must be the largest chunk of text on top of the page Either use font size of at least 24 pt in PDF or place the title inside an h1 or an h2 tag in HTML or use a CSS class named citation title Please use the same font for the entire title Make sure that all other text on the page in particular the name of the repository or the journal is set in a smaller font than the title of the paper otherwise this other larger text may be incorrectly interpreted as the title of the paper The authors of the paper must be listed right before or right after the title in a slightly smaller font that is still larger than normal text Either use a 16 23 pt font in PDF or place the authors inside an h3 tag in HTML or wrap them in a CSS class

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  • Google Scholar Metrics Help
    number h such that at least h articles in that publication were cited at least h times each For example a publication with five articles cited by respectively 17 9 6 3 and 2 has the h index of 3 The h core of a publication is a set of top cited h articles from the publication These are the articles that the h index is based on For example the publication above has the h core with three articles those cited by 17 9 and 6 The h median of a publication is the median of the citation counts in its h core For example the h median of the publication above is 9 The h median is a measure of the distribution of citations to the articles in the h core Finally the h5 index h5 core and h5 median of a publication are respectively the h index h core and h median of only those of its articles that were published in the last five complete calendar years We display the h5 index and the h5 median for each included publication We also display an entire h5 core of its articles along with their citation counts so that you can see which articles contribute to the h5 index And there s more Click on the citation count for any article in the h5 core to see who cited it Coverage of Publications Scholar Metrics currently cover articles published between 2010 and 2014 both inclusive The metrics are based on citations from all articles that were indexed in Google Scholar in June 2015 This also includes citations from articles that are not themselves covered by Scholar Metrics Since Google Scholar indexes articles from a large number of websites we can t always tell in which journal a particular

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  • Google Scholar Support for Publishers
    is a necessary component of our indexing program For papers with access restrictions all users clicking on search results must see at least the full author written abstract or the first full page of the article without requiring to login or click on additional links We will respond to complaints regarding copyright infringement Our policy is to respond to all notices of alleged copyright infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act For directions and more information please click here Subscriber Links Policies Google s use of electronic holdings information We will use electronic holdings information for generating per article links in our search results to publisher servers We will not share this information with third parties or use it for marketing purposes Electronic holdings usage information We will not share information with third parties on the usage of your electronic holdings or on aggregate usage based on institutional characteristics or profiles Publishers can withdraw electronic holdings information Publishers can ask us to stop using previously available electronic holdings information either automatically by removing the holdings information or manually by sending us a request Once the information is no longer available to us we will stop using it within 30 days General Questions I m a publisher of scholarly works and would like to have my content included in Google and Google Scholar We would love to work with you As noted in the policies an abstract at least of each work must be available to non subscribers who come from Google and Google Scholar Please configure your website according to our technical inclusion guidelines and then contact us to consider it for inclusion in Google Scholar I publish scholarly textbooks and monographs Can my content be included in Google Scholar Maybe Google Scholar indexes mostly scholarly articles For textbooks and monographs we recommend Google Book Search Google Scholar automatically includes scholarly works from Google Book Search Can I see usage statistics for my content Since users click through to your website your web server logs should have all the usage statistics What do I do if I believe you re linking to a webpage that infringes my copyright It is our policy to respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act For directions and more information please click here Technical Questions My articles are in PDF format Can you still index my site Yes We can index PDF articles as long as they re searchable and as long as their size doesn t exceed 5MB For larger documents and for scanned images that require OCR we recommend Google Book Search How can I tell if a PDF file has searchable text Open the file in Adobe Acrobat Reader Click Find look for the binocular icon and confirm that you can search for and find several words on the page Some of my articles are split into multiple files one file per section Can you work with these Alas we can t We

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