There is one, appareearently simple problem that I would love to be able to resolve: it’s about Google Scholar, so anyone not familar with BibTeX, this is going to feel odd.
If I give you a (very large) BibTeX file, I would like three things:
- Go on GScholar, and fetch all the citation from these papers and establish the directed graph between those reference (and with other suggested papers too, if they are cited/citing more then x times those in my current library);
- Order and structure it not by importance in general, but within that question — and let me correct that rating, and re-calculate centrality based on my inputs;
- Cluster and draw the whole thing in a legible manner; interactive, hierarchical and colourful if need be.
To do that, one need to isolate the Google Scholar identifiers, and those of
No body wants to do that? Anybody be interested? Then I’d maybe should roll up my own sleeves. . .