Category Archives: How To

Strategies for Updating Citation Data [Updated]

To give you a better idea of how we try to get citation data up to date, I describe here the types of queries sent by the LIVE SHINE plugin to GS on the user’s behalf to update the citation … Continue reading

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Sending comments, questions, observations and suggestions

This blog was created to receive your comments, questions, observations and suggestions and share them with the community of users so that everybody can benefit. So, please, use it to communicate with us. You, as a registered user, is allowed to … Continue reading

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Using Live SHINE

Using Live SHINE is rather simple, in particular for those that are used to the traditional SHINE’s interface. In the following, we provide a quick explanation on how to use it and what is going on in the background. Before reading … Continue reading

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Become a User

In this initial phase, we are relying on a very small community of users to help us testing the tool before opening to the community.  Thus, to use the plugin, the e-mail of users must be registered. We have already registered … Continue reading

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Activating the Plugin

1) Access Google Scholar using the browser in which you installed the plugin. 2) In the search bar, type some query and submit it. Any query will do. It is just to bring the GS answer’s page, which is the … Continue reading

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Installing the Plugin

Live SHINE  was implemented as plugin extension to Google Chrome. It should run in any version above 50. In this post, we present the steps to install the plugin. 1) Run Chrome. Access chrome://extensions by type this URL in the … Continue reading

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