Google Scholar citing references

The Google Scholar citing references pane shows information about a citing references query. A citing references query is performed when you select one or more results in the results list of another query, right-click on them, and select Lookup Citations in Publish or Perish. It allows you to view and edit the attributes of the selected citations data query.

Attributes

This dialog box contains the following fields and options.

Option Description
Display title

Enter the title under which the citations query is displayed. You can choose any name you like; Publish or Perish doesn't attach any particular meaning to the data title. It is preset to the name of the query that contained the citing references.

After changing the Display title field, you must click Apply to make the change permanent.

Cited works [Read-only] A list of the works whose citations were (or will be) queried. The list length is limited to approximately 2000 characters; if there are more works, their citations will be queried, but the works themselves will not be listed in the Cited works field.
Lookup

Multi-function button with the following functions.

Note: The [Default] function is obtained by clicking on the main part if the button; the alternate functions appear on a drop-down menu when you click on the drop-down arrow on the button.

  • Lookup - [Default] Perform the query. If possible, the query is satisfied from the local Publish or Perish cache; this saves time and reduces the load on Google Scholar. If no cache entry for the query exists or the entry is older than the maximum cache age, then the query is forwarded to Google Scholar. After the results are received from Google Scholar, the local cache is automatically refreshed.
  • Lookup Direct - Submit the query directly to Google Scholar, bypassing the local Publish or Perish cache. This may be useful if you suspect that Google Scholar may have newer information than is available through the local cache. When the results are returned from Google Scholar, the local cache is automatically refreshed.
  • Mark for Lookup - Do not perform the query yet, but mark it (with error code 35) for later lookup, for example as part of a batch lookup from the queries list.

Tip: You can change the maximum cache age in the Preferences: Google Scholar dialog box, which is accessible through the Tools > Preferences command.

Note: It is not useful to perform multiple direct lookups for the same query shortly after another; this merely increases the load on Google Scholar and increases the chance that your computer may be temporarily denied access by Google Scholar. We recommend that you only use the Lookup Direct function as a last resort.

Apply Make any changes in the Display title field permanent. If you edit the contents of the Display title field without subsequently clicking Apply, then the original contents of the field will be restored when the pane is refereshed.
Revert Restores the Display title to its previous state. This function is only available as long as you have not clicked Apply.
Copy

Multi-function button that copies the results or metrics belonging to the current query to the Windows clipboard in one of the following ways. See Exporting your data for information about these formats.

Note: The [Default] function is obtained by clicking on the main part if the button; the alternate functions appear on a drop-down menu when you click on the drop-down arrow on the button.

  • As CSV
  • As CSV with Header
  • For Excel
  • For Excel with Header [Default]
  • As BibTeX
  • As EndNote
  • As ISI/WoS Export
  • As JSON
  • As RIS/RefManager
  • As APA Reference
  • As Chicago Reference
  • As CSIRO Reference
  • As Harvard Reference
  • As MLA Reference
  • As Vancouver Reference
  • Metrics as CSV
  • Metrics as CSV with Header
  • Metrics for Excel
  • Metrics for Excel with Header
New

Multi-function button that creates a new query object, as follows.

Note: If you click on the main part of the button, a new query of the same type as the current one (i.e., Google Scholar) will be created; the alternate functions appear on a drop-down menu when you click on the drop-down arrow on the button.

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