In the Evaluate API endpoint, we should be able to query based on Entity Type
i.e. the following API call:
should return results which are 'book's1 vote
Is this service still operational? I'm receiving a 401 access denied when trying to hit any of the API endpoints. I made a stackoverflow issue here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50383519/microsoft-cognitive-services-subscription-not-working?noredirect=1#comment87783297_50383519
the API is down1 vote
After the 500 errors last week, my script is no longer returning results. It seems the api changed from right under me. I wish I had been notified. I paid for support, but they has been of little help. Can you communicate changes to the API?5 votes
The call to POST /graph/search returns 500 in the API testing console here: https://westus.dev.cognitive.microsoft.com/docs/services/56332331778daf02acc0a50b/operations/57e3569ddbe2d91158fa270e/console.
I've also mentioned this issue here: https://github.com/Microsoft/azure-docs/pull/19643 votes
It seems that for some searches on Microsoft academic API (and Microsoft's own web portal), the top result (in terms of relevance and citations count) is absent.
For example, search for "topological insulators". The top result, correctly given by Google scholar, is the most cited review article in the field, from 2010 (7454 citations), titled Colloquium: topological insulators.
In Microsoft's academic however, there is no mention of this seminal article no matter if you order results by relevance or by citations.
How can that be?
I am interested in finding papers that quote exactly the text "Ecopath with Ecosim", not papers that contain the words 'Ecosim' and 'with' and 'Ecosim' because that may return irrelevant publications.
IE - specific titles.1 vote
Please enable ability to search(bing like) without specific a particular data field.1 vote
In the current 'Evaluate'- Academic Search API', you could do exact search on title, author etc.. but there is no ability to perform fuzzy search with records returned in order of relevance1 vote
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