Jeromy Anglim's Blog: Psychology and Statistics

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Saving Citation Information from Google Scholar

I have often wanted to be able to export citations from Google Scholar into Endnote. While Google Scholar makes it easy to do this for single articles, it does not at present permit you to export an entire search.
I’ve found a work around. Anne-Wil Harzing’s Publish or Perish Software (free) searches Google Scholar and allows you to export a file that contains the ciation information of the entire search. This can then be imported into Endnote. It also exports in Bibtex and CSV format. 
It’s also a great way to assess the impact and citation rates of individual scholars, journals, and particular articles.

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