Thursday, January 20

User Manual of Paper Analyzer

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Update on 24, Jan, 2005:
Some friends reported that they can't open my blog in
http://fadshop.net/blog . So I make packages and upload them to Socr server. Here you have 3 options to download it:

1. You can simply download
http://socr.uwindsor.ca/~lin13/papersetup.zip (~13M). All of the VB runtime files are included, so you don't need to install Visual Basic to support the file. I only test this package in my Windows XP system. It's 13 Megabytes, so it will be slow to download it.

2, If you installed Visual Basic 6 in your computer, you can download
http://socr.uwindsor.ca/~lin13/paper.zip (~350K).

3, If you have Visual Basic, and you want to manipulate this software, you can download the source code from
http://socr.uwindsor.ca/~lin13/papersrc.zip (~200K) and build it yourself. If you failed to get the file running from option 1 and option 2, please download this one.


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User Manual of Paper Analyzer

Paper Analyzer can save paper titles, authors, and reference. Finally it can create Cross Referencing Graph for the papers you input.

Download: paper.zip, you can get paper.exe and 510reference.mdb from the zip file. (Mirror Site)

System Requirement: MS Access, MS Visual Basic 6, MS Excel

Run:
According to the data in the MDB file, you can see some papers already listed. First step is to Add Paper in the database.

Paper Analyzer Step 1

After you input the title of the paper, you should click "Search" to see if it's in database or not. If it's in database, you can simply click "Existed", nothing will happen J But if the paper is NOT in database, you can click "New Article", then the information is saved, and another window pop up.

Paper Analyzer Step 2
Then you can input the name of the authors, and click "Search"

Paper Analyzer Step 3

The software will make sure you search the database before you input a new article or a new author.

After you input the authors and paper information, close the windows, and click "Add Reference"
Paper Analyzer Step 4
Then you will see the same window as Step 2, except that title is changed as "Add References for (name of the origin paper)".

Paper Analyzer Step 5
You already know how to input in this window, don't you?

After we input everything, come back to the main window, and click the "Output", got this window:

Paper Analyzer Step 6

Yes, click the "Crosslink Reference" button!

You got your Cross Referencing Graph now!
Paper Analyzer Step 7

Claim:
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3 Comments:

At January 21, 2005 12:52 AM, Blogger crystal said...

It's interesting:) I will try to use it to do my 510 and see what it will bring.

 
At January 21, 2005 10:08 AM, Blogger Md. Shafiul Alam said...

Excellent work! I shall use it for my 510.

 
At January 21, 2005 8:20 PM, Blogger Ben said...

Thankyou, I'm glad you like it. Please give me advice for improvement too.

 

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