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Google Scholar announces major improvements

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ResourceShelf seems proud to announce major changes in Google Scholar (GS).

  • Email alerts are now available
  • Syntax has been enhanced to build complex queries
  • Alert on new citations to paper
  • A disruptive (?) feature was introduced, the automatic query modification: according Google, GS alerts “changes your to get better results (for example, [statistical speech recognition] has been changed to [statistical intitle:”speech recognition“]”. No surprise that Google keeps the secrecy about how query modification works!!!

What GS doesn’t do still:

  • Date limits do not work
  • RSS feeds are not yet available
  • List of indexed journals is not published
  • Updating policies are not clear

Written by hbasset

May 12, 2010 at 7:45 pm

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