Introduction

scite helps researchers find expert analysis and opinions by letting them search over 900M+ citation statements. Citation Statements show the context of how research is being cited, by showing the sentence and surrounding context the citation is made in as well as whether that citation is supporting, contrasting, or mentioning another publication. You can try our Citation Statement Search here

We provide the ability for our partners to embed citation search in their website, so that they can either link terms to the search or embed a general search widget in their website. By linking terms to scite citation search, or embedding a citation search widget, our partners are able to provide their users with the ability to see what is said about any topic in the research literature.

Linking Terms to Citation Statement Search

Linking Terms to Citation Statement Search is simply adding an anchor tag to the term you want to search for and linking that anchor tag to term using the q parameter.
For example if you want to link the term Bevacizumab to the search, you can add the following anchor tag to your website:

<a href="https://www.scite.ai/search/citations?q=bevacizumab">Bevacizumab</a>

The following should appear:

Bevacizumab

Embedding Citation Search

Embeding Citation Search is very easy, simply include the following on your page where you would like the search to appear:

<form action="https://www.scite.ai/search/citations" method="GET">
  <input name="q"  />
  <input type="submit" />
</form>

The following should appear:

Additional Questions

You may style the code with CSS as you see fit.

Any searches run through the embedded input component will go back to our Citation Statement search results page.

If you have any other questions or custom use cases you'd like to discuss, please contact us at sales@scite.ai.