InSPIRE - the successor of SPIRES

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First, let me ask the authorities to NOT move this thread to another subforum, because this thread is specifically interesting to the society of professional high energy physicists, and not other physicists. I am convinced this is the right place for this thread.

So, as every professional high-energy physicist knows, SPIRES is the standard way to search the relevant literature in high-energy physics. However, since it is quite slow, now there is a modernized successor of it, called inSPIRE:
http://inspirebeta.net/

My question is: Does anybody how to find the CITATION SUMMARY of an author, by using insPIRE?

Of course, other questions and comments on inSPIRE would also be appropriate here.
 

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Assuming you mean the citesummary, this can be found by choosing "HTML citesummary" under "Output Format". Unlike SPIRES, however, you can only find this AFTER you have made a search. So, search for an author, then when the results come, choose the citesummary format and click search again.

Note that, unlike SPIRES, inSPIRE has more extensive documentation: http://inspirebeta.net/help/
 
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Thanks the house, that's exactly what I needed. [Bigubau was also close. ;-) ]
 

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