Python WoS tools
Translates ISI Web of Knowledge files into python objects.
Install the library by:
$ pip install wostools
Say you want to grab the title of all the articles in an ISI file, you can grab this example file.
>>> from wostools import CachedCollection >>> collection = CachedCollection.from_filenames('docs/examples/bit-pattern-savedrecs.txt') >>> for article in collection: ... print(article.title) In situ grazing incidence small-angle X-ray scattering study of solvent vapor annealing in lamellae-forming block copolymer thin films: Trade-off of defects in deswelling Structural control of ultra-fine CoPt nanodot arrays via electrodeposition process Porphyrin-based Pt/Pd-containing metallopolymers: Synthesis, characterization, optical property and potential application in bioimaging Syntheses and Controllable Self-Assembly of Luminescence Platinum(II) Plane-Coil Diblock Copolymers # ...
Never fear wostools cli is here. To help you do some common tasks right from your terminal.
$ wostools --help $ # To extract all the properties in a json file $ wostools to-json docs/examples/bit-pattern-savedrecs.txt --output=document.json
- Free software: MIT license
- Just parses an ISI Web of Knowledge file and produces a native python object.
- Through the
CollectionLazyobject it can do this using the minimum amount of memory it can possibly do.
- It has a cli to extract documents and citation pairs for you :smile: