How Does This Google/Chrome Extension Gets The F1000 Data?
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xiaoronglv ▴ 20

the Paper Link for PubMed is a extension of chrome.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/kgdcooicefdfjcplcnehfpbngjccncko?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon

This extension can fetch the data of Faculty 1000.

I would appreciate if anyone tell me the method to show the F1000 comments of citation.

Thanks

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9.3 years ago

As it says in the description

This extension is built using APIs from http://www.thepaperlink.com, http://www.pubmeder.com and PubMed eUtils.

So, you have to dig more by yourself in the API's to find the answer, how its linked to F1000. I just grabbed the latest source and search for the 'F1000' keyword and found in the contentscript.js javascript file, which I assume redirects the user to F1000 score url of the paper's PMID found using one of the code in paperlink's API.

if (r.item[i].f_v && r.item[i].fid) {
div_html += '<a id="thepaperlink_f' + pmid +
 '" class="thepaperlink-red" href="' + p + 'http://f1000.com/' +
 uneval_trim(r.item[i].fid) + '" target="_blank">f1000&nbsp;score&nbsp;' +
 uneval_trim(r.item[i].f_v) + '</a>';
}

Cheers

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