Publication lists

Export your publication lists

When your publications are recorded in Infoscience, you can export a retrieve data that belongs to you in order to include it in various media, for exemple:

  • display the list of publications on a web page
  • add your publications in your [email protected] EPFL
  • use the list of a laboratory’s recent publications to produce a report (a National Fund request, for example)

Insert your list of publications on your laboratory’s webpage

First, you have to connect to Infoscience and perform a search, for example the publications of your lab. Do not hesitate to contact EPFL Library at [email protected] to get help to choose criteria suitable to your needs and avoiding non-required results.

When you are satisfied with the results, then edit your webpage with WordPress and integrate the search, according to the process described here (english) or here (français).

Insert your list of publications on your personal webpage (people.epfl.ch)

First, you have to connect to Infoscience and perform a search, for example the publications of your lab. Do not hesitate to contact EPFL Library at [email protected] to get help to choose criteria suitable to your needs and avoiding non-required results.

When you are satisfied with the search results, then scroll to the bottom of the page, click on “Export as” and choose the option “Export to website”. Your search is directly used to create a list of publications through the Infoscience export tool.

You have many options to customize the display of the list:

  • group by year or by document type
  • choose a short or detailed format
  • show thumbnails
  • add links
  • add more bibliographic data according to the document type (“Advanced options”)

When you’re satisfied with the display (that you can check at amy step through the “Preview” button), then click on “Submit”. You will get an URL like this one: https://infoscience.epfl.ch/publication-exports/000/.

This URL can easily be inserted in your personal webpage people.epfl.ch, according to the process described here.

Export in Excel

First, you have to connect to Infoscience and perform a research, for example the publications of your lab. Do not hesitate to contact EPFL Library at [email protected] to help you to build a research with criteria adapted to your needs and avoid non-required results.

In order to export all the results, and not only the first ten, it is necessary to change the number of results displayed per page. You can change that by clicking on the red button “Options” situated under the search bar.

When the results are all displayed, then scroll to the bottom of the page and clic on “export as” and “export to Excel”.

The numbers correspond to MARC fields used for the different metadata. To have a list with all necessary columns, you can copy/paste the following fields: 0247_a,037,245,269,520,700__a,7112_a,773__t,773__j,773__k,773__q,909C0p,973__a,973__r,973__s

Then, the data in your list are the following: 0247_a (DOI), 037 (publication type), 245 (title), 269 (publication date), 700__a (authors), 7112_a (conference name), 773__t (journal title), 773__j (volume), 773__k (issue), 773__q (pages), 909C0p (laboratories), 973__a (at EPFL or not), 973__r (review status), 973__s (publishing status)

 

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