For ages I have been trying to figure out how to make a link to open a search in Web of Science. Today, thanks to help from our library, I finally figured it out!
It turns out you can embed a search widget to Web of Science in a web page. See http://wokinfo.com/webtools/searchbox/ . Here is an example.
This simple form just sends a GET http request to a cgi script at Web of Knowledge. Awesome, we can create a url that does just that to make an org link! We will make a link that you can click on to open the web page, and a simple formatting function to make the link work in html too when we export it.
(org-add-link-type "wos" (lambda (path) (browse-url (format "http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?topic=%s&GWVersion=2&SrcApp=WEB&SrcAuth=HSB&DestApp=UA&DestLinkType=GeneralSearchSummary" (s-join "+" (split-string path))))) ;; formatting function. Assume html (lambda (link desc format) (format "<a href=\"%s\">%s</a>" (format "http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?topic=%s&GWVersion=2&SrcApp=WEB&SrcAuth=HSB&DestApp=UA&DestLinkType=GeneralSearchSummary" (s-join "+" (split-string path))) (format "wos:%s" link) )))
Now, here is a link: wos:alloy segregation
When I click on it in org-mode, Web of Science opens to articles that match that search. When I export the post to html, you should also see a link that opens to Web of Science (assuming you click on it from an IP address with access).
The link may not seem all that useful, but we can use the idea to highlight words, and send them to a web of science query, e.g. https://github.com/jkitchin/jmax/blob/master/words.el#L63 , or in org-ref to query web of science for the words you typed into helm-bibtex that do not match any references in your database. One more powerful tool in doing research for a living!
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