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nodejs module for searching google scholar and listing profile information

getting started

  1. npm install google-scholar-extended --save
  2. require the module let scholar = require('google-scholar-extended')
  3. enter a search term
'use strict'

let scholar = require('google-scholar-extended')'chairmouse')
  .then(resultsObj => {

If you would prefer to get all results at once rather than paginated, you can use scholar.all rather than to retrieve all of the results. as in:

'use strict'

let scholar = require('google-scholar-extended')

  .then(resultsObj => {
    console.log(resultsObj) // this will have all ~112 results

Get the information contained in a Google Scholar profile:

'use strict'

let scholar = require('google-scholar-extended')

  .then(resultsObj => {


the results obj has 4 fields:

  • count: the approximate number of results Google Scholar found for your query
  • results: an array of result objects
    • the result abject has several fields:
      • title
      • url
      • authors
      • description (search only)
      • citedCount
      • citedUrl
      • relatedUrl (search only)
      • venue (profile only)
      • year (profile only)
  • nextUrl: (search only) the URL for the next set of results from google scholar
  • prevUrl: (search only) the URL for the previous set of results from google scholar
  • next: (search only) function that returns a promise which will resolve to a resultsObj containing the next results
  • previous: (search only) function that returns a promise which will resolve to a resultsObj containing the previous results

Example resultsObj for query "ChairMouse"

  results: [
      title: 'ChairMouse: leveraging natural chair rotation for cursor navigation on large, high-resolution displays',
      url: '',
      authors: [
          name: 'A Endert',
          url: ''
        }, {
          name: 'P Fiaux',
          url: ''
        }, {
          name: 'H Chung',
          url: ''
        }, {
          name: 'M Stewart',
          url: ''
        }, {
          name: 'et al.',
          url: ''
      description: 'Abstract Large, high-resolution displays lead to more spatially based approaches. In such environments, the cursor (and hence the physical mouse) is the primary means of interaction. However, usability issues occur when standard mouse interaction is applied to  ...',
      citedCount: '16',
      citedUrl: ',47&sciodt=0,47&hl=en&oe=ASCII',
      relatedUrl: ',47'
  count: 93,
  nextUrl: ',47',
  prevUrl: '',
  next: [Function],
  previous: [Function] 
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