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Google Scholar

by SaudAljaloud ST2/ST3

This is a sublime package that provides a facility to interact with Google Scholar without leaving Sublime.

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GoogleScholar

This is a sublime package that provides a facility to interact with Google Scholar without leaving Sublime.

Install the package from this repo into Sublime, then use the Command Pallette (cmd + shift + P), then search for “GoogleSchoalr”. There are two commands: “Search Highlighted” and “Insert your term”. Both of them give you a list of the titiles from Google scholar and a list of commands for each paper including: go to, sub-title, number of citation, go to citation, go to related articles, other versions and intergration with DBLP.

Dependencies:

  • phantomjs: install by pip install phantomjs

  • DBLP

I used some other libs which are already included in the lib dir: bs4 and selenium.

This package should be used with Google Scholar access limit in mind. If you got a message with “no results” and you think there should be some, you are most probably have hit the limit!

TODO:

  • [ ] Give a specific message to access limit, different from “No results”
  • [ ] Refactor the horrible code of using self.title etc to using a list of dictionary, this will allow to implement a better way of handling “back/forward” feature.
  • [ ] Add pagination

License:

MIT