Internet search giant Google is sponsoring Google Scholar, a tool that provides users with an easy way to search the scientific literature in general. Last week, we looked at the use of Google's quotations, which are an easier method for scientists to calculate citations. Researchers can create a "Google Scholar Profile" in their Gmail account, find their publications in a Google search for researchers, and then add quotations for their work and links to other publications. It seems like a great way to find and find researchers and publications through Google Scholarships, but it's a bit of a chore to keep it up to date.
If you don't know your referencing style, you can create a finished text - based on any paper, article, or document you want to quote - but Google Scholar also makes it easy. Your Google profile is a way to collect your publications ... Read more »