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-Added link to manual page.
-Added impact indices normalized per age.
Checked and added Compatibility with FF 4.0.*
New in the 2.1.* series:
- Fix delta-g and g-index computation bug in corner cases.
- Possibility to refine full list of authors by extracting available Bibtex data
- Put nonintrusive 'contribute' button and Facebook 'like' on a corner.
- Added tooltips to advanced interface controls.
It is now possible to do a fine-grained manual selection of many aspects of the paper list, overcoming the fact that data output by Google Scholar do not include a self citation analysis, have sometimes an inaccurate list of co-authors, and might report unwanted papers in query answers .
When enabled, the new interface allows, on a per paper basis, to 1) select which papers to include in the analysis, 2) manually set the number of self citations, 3) manually adjust the number of authors. All the citation indices are updated automatically when changes are made by the user: self citations are stripped from each paper's citation count, and normalized indices are computed using the updated number of authors.
-Removed useless scholar.js.bak from the xpi package
-In case h-index or g-index cannot be computed with the displayed results, the URL for the same query with 100 results is shown.