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GrapAL: Querying Semantic Scholar's Literature Graph

@article{Betts2019GrapALQS,
  title={GrapAL: Querying Semantic Scholar's Literature Graph},
  author={Christine Betts and Joanna L. Power and Waleed Ammar},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1902.05170}
}
We introduce GrapAL (Graph database of Academic Literature), a versatile tool for exploring and investigating scientific literature which satisfies a variety of use cases and information needs requested by researchers. At the core of GrapAL is a Neo4j graph database with an intuitive schema and a simple query language. In this paper, we describe the basic elements of GrapAL, how to use it, and several use cases such as finding experts on a given topic for peer reviewing, discovering indirect… 

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