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Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly...

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  • Show HN: Sort Google scholar by citations from your web browser
    A few may know, that google scholar(https://scholar.google.com/) does not offer a feature for arranging the search results based on the number of citations. Several years ago, one developer published a Python code (https://github.com/WittmannF/sort-google-scholar) to handle this. I had been inspired by his work, but I wanted to show the list of... - Source: Hacker News / about 1 month ago
  • Ask HN: Why is Google search unusable lately?
    To that point, https://scholar.google.com/ is still useful. - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
  • Ask HN: Is there a data set for GitHub repos associated with academic papers?
    1) find the doi number [1a][1b] 2) find sources that cite the doi number -> google scholar[2][3] 3) filter for 'github' ----- [1a]resolve a doi name : https://dx.doi.org/ [1b]find a doi number : https://answers.lib.iup.edu/faq/31945 [2] : https://scholar.google.com/ [3] : google with "site:http://doi.org/" [4] : finding a doi in document page :... - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
  • What the Google overlords don't want you to see
    Half of those are about science, during my Ph.D., I was told to use scholar.google.com, which works great as far as I can tell. Couple it to sci-hub and you get all the scientific literature you need. Source: 5 months ago
  • What the Google overlords don't want you to see
    Scholar.google.com exists also which is what you use for studies. Source: 5 months ago
  • Drought and flammability research topic
    A quick Google Scholar search using your keywords, lists thousands of results. The first page I viewed had largely relevant citations. Source: 6 months ago
  • Cannabis and Diabetes
    On the other hand, if you use https://scholar.google.com/ you can find research papers related to diabetes and weed. Source: 6 months ago
  • Bill Reel Here - I have changed my Mind on Mandatory Reporting around abuse
    Using scholar.google.com is a good way for the public to search for peer reviewed research. Source: 6 months ago
  • Polymer Nanocomposites as aerospace material
    Depending on how big of a project this is and how detailed you're expected to get, I'd probably search through literature (scholar.google.com) for keywords related to aerospace composites research, then think about whether 1) anything there could be scaled up in size to an airframe and 2) what problem does it solve that conventional carbon composites can't. I'd leave which specific parts should be composites as a... Source: 6 months ago
  • Universities are such archaic learning systems, paying tens of thousands to sit in a room with hundreds while being lectured by a single person in the internet age is absurd.
    I mean the one good thing school taught me was how to actually research a subject. Its not hard if you only look for creditble sources. Like on google scalar https://scholar.google.com/. Source: 6 months ago
  • Jak szukać źródeł do prac naukowych
    Google Scholar: Google Scholar is a free, web-based search engine that provides access to scholarly articles. You can use it to find articles on resource management in operating systems. Google Scholar. Source: 6 months ago
  • need help identifying introverted outcast "evolutionary niche" paper
    Scholar.google.com might be able to find it for you. Source: 6 months ago
  • Engineer Bob Novak talks about UFO propulsion and anti-gravity in a 1963 recording
    Please use google https://google.com , https://groups.google.com , news.google.com/newspapers, books.google.com, scholar.google.com , https://archive.org https://yandex.com (the only image reverse search which actually works, google's got broken). Source: 6 months ago
  • Reliable peer reviewed sources for historical claims
    I would recommend Google scholar for these types searches. Source: 7 months ago
  • Is there any evidence of historical-period rainfall within the McMurdo Dry Valleys? I seem to have found some a few years ago, only to have lost it some time later.
    From searches in Google Scholar around 2015–2019 (I have no idea why my recollection of the date is so poor), I seem to remember coming across a publication, black-and-white and typewritten, from the United States Antarctic Survey typed sometime in the 1960s or very late 1950s, which included at least 2 accounts of rainfall in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, at least one earlier in the "Modern Era" (1955–present) and at... Source: 7 months ago
  • Cybersecurity Resources for beginners
    Look into academic journals and research papers through platforms like Google Scholar to find in-depth studies on various aspects of cybersecurity automation. - Source: dev.to / 7 months ago
  • Nature magazine article
    Try using Google Scholar as a starting place google Scholar. Source: 8 months ago
  • Ask HN: How to discover new and interesting papers?
    Here are a few options to consider. First, Google Scholar. If you're logged into Google it will make a handful of recommendations on its front page. I've not really paid attention to how good the recommendations are. It says they're based on your Google Scholar record and alerts, so I guess you'll need both/one of those for it to work. https://scholar.google.com Second, Scopus from Elsevier (a company that plenty... - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago
  • According to scholars, misandry is definitely real.
    I read an article today about misandry. It's on scholar.google.com for free. Here is the abstract:. Source: 9 months ago
  • Have Attention Spans Been Declining? – Yes, 65%
    Google is a terrible tool to find scientific research. Rather use Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.com) or some of the fancy new AI-assisted literature survey tools such as Elicit (https://elicit.org). I used both to find these result: - The effect of daily internet usage on a short attention span and academic performance... - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • Integrated health/TIGER protocol
    Follow your nose. If it smells like BS it usually is. At the very least do some allopathic scholar.google.com research. Personally I think NDs are morons at best, dangers at worst. Try to get in with a really good MS specialist if there's one remotely nearby. It's worth the wait. Source: 10 months ago

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