Mendeley is a platform that allows scholars from all over the world to collaborate, and opens up science for everyone. The Mendeley API enables users to programmatically access reference materials and user information from the platform. API methods are available to manage catalogs, datasets, documents, files, groups, institutions, locations, annotations, academnic status and more. If you’re inspired to contribute to our mission to build tools to make researchers’ lives easier, we’d love you to join our API community.
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The Mendeley Ruby sample code by Mendeley, demonstrates how to perform a search for a catalog document using an identifier type, according to Mendeley Stack. Resources available on GitHub include sample code and the sample app that consumes the API.
The Mendeley R sample code by Mendeley shares code and its respective application that consumes the Mendeley API. This app retrieves the number of users that have read a document according to a DOI, producing a barplot of readers by academic status. To run the example, register client at http://dev.mendeley.com/ and follow 3 more steps available on GitHub. Authored by Matt Thomson.
This is a Mendeley Python sample code by Mendeley, authored by Matt Thomson on GitHub. It demonstrates how an application consumed the Mendeley API and how the sample code could be of help for developers. The application was built with Flask and Jinja2. It contains instructions to run the app from beginning to end.
Ruby Catalog Search is an example script that is meant o demonstrate how one can interface with the Mendeley API from a Ruby application. Ruby Catalog Search is a command-line script that takes a file argument and searches for the same file to determine if the file has already been added to the Mendelley directory.
This code example demonstrates a Ruby application that consumes the Mendeley API. This simple tool places unique identifiers in a a command line interface and then searches the catalog using the unique term.