Google Sheets is a free, web-based spreadsheet program offered by Google. It allows users to create, edit, and share spreadsheets online, supporting real-time collaboration. With its straightforward interface and integration with other Google services, it's widely used for data analysis, project management, and personal record-keeping.
Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes scholarly articles, theses, books, and court opinions from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, and universities.
What can you automate?
Connect Google Scholar to Google Sheets
Leverage Google Scholar Data for Academic and Research Insights
Automate the collection of newly published papers on specific topics for ongoing research
Monitor citations of a particular author or paper to track research impact over time
Aggregate publication data for meta-analysis or systematic review studies
Keep a real-time updated bibliography for academic works or syllabi
Analyze trends in research topics and publication frequency in a given field
Track competitor university or research institute's publication activity for competitive insights
You're not limited.
Extract data from any website and push it to Zapier, Google Sheets, Airtable, Pabbly or use API.