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Tool for interacting with google scholar

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Tool for extracting statistics from Google scholar built upon scholarly

Imagine you have a department full of researchers and you want to keep track of the most recent or most cited papers in the department, or that you simply want to track yourself, then this package might be what you need.


pygscolar is primarily a command line tool which makes it very suitable to install with pipx

pipx install pygscholar

You can of course also install it with regular pip

python -m pip install pygscholar

Once installed you should get access to the scholar command. See the tutorial for a guide on how to use this command.





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