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How to filter DBLP results to a given year range?

Murilo Marinho 2 years ago updated 2 years ago 3

Hello! Nice work with BibBase.


I have just set up a BibBase page for my laboratory.

http://www.nml.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/publication-e.html

For now, I'm very interested in the integration you have with DBLP, since it will be automatically updated and save us a lot of headache.

I'm embedding BibBase to our website using JavaScript and I've been trying to play with the filters (https://bibbase.org/help) to customize it a bit more. 

What I'd like to know is

  1. Can I set up a filter to show only results from 2010 onward?
  2. Can I set up a filter to remove the @proceedings field, or alternatively keep only the @article and @inproceedings fields?

Cheers,

Murilo

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Re. 1.: yes, in fact you can. The value to filter on is actually a regular expression, so "filter=year:(201.|202.)" would only show years 2010-2029.

Re. 2: yes, you can use "filter=type:(article|inproceedings)".


However, right now BibBase does not allow multiple simultaneous filters, so you will only be able to do one of these things right now, not both together.

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Murilo,

Your example has motivated us to extend our filter feature to allow multiple-features now, see https://bibbase.org/blog/new-feature-multiple-filters. So you should now be able to do all of the above.

Christian,

Thank you very much for the reply and for the new filter feature. I updated my lab's website accordingly and it's working great.

Thanks again!