Preferences: Semantic Scholar
This dialog box appears when you choose the Tools > Preferences command from the main menu and go to the Semantic Scholar tab. It allows you to edit a number of settings that affect the way Publish or Perish deals with queries to Semantic Scholar.
This box contains general options relating to the way Publish or Perish issues queries to Semantic Scholar.
|Go to the Semantic Scholar web site
|Click this button to open the Semantic Scholar Beta program web page in your browser, where you can request a Semantic Scholar API key.
Enter the Semantic Scholar API key that Publish or Perish should use when submitting queries to the Semantic Scholar server. See Semantic Scholar API key for information about obtaining a (free) key if you don't have one already.
|Maximum number of results per search
|Set the maximum number of results that Publish or Perish will request per search. The default value is usually the maximum that the data source allows for API access; you may enter a lower value if you are typically only interested in the most relevant results to your search.
|Keep cached results
for <n> days
Enter the number of days to keep the query results from queries. The longer this period, the fewer accesses are required to satisfy repeated queries. Any updates in the query results only become visible after the cache period has expired, so you don't want to make this period too long.
Click this button to reset all fields to their "factory" defaults. This is useful if you have made changes, but decide to start from a known base again.
Note: The API key field is not reset by this command.
|Click this button to clear the entire results cache. This forces subsequent queries to access Semantic Scholar directly, which might be useful after a (suspected) update on Semantic Scholar, or if you have reason to believe that the cached results are somehow invalid.
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Web master of Harzing.com and developer of the Publish or Perish software, among other things. He holds BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering, a PhD in Operations Research, and likes to watch academic life from a safe distance.