Deep Analysis of Your Publications, A New Non-profit Project Has been Launched by exaly

exaly, a non-profit prject that launch a website: https://exaly.com/ for all kind analysis of authors, journals, publications, etc. As a researcher, you can search your name then get analysis regarding your: h-index, g-index, Journals, Coauthors, Topics, Subjects, Linguistics (objects), Linguistics (adjectives), Linguistics (adverbs). Click here to see this example

About exaly

exaly project was started by a few researchers to address the absence of a comprehensive scholarly search engine. There are several services, but none provides all the services researchers may need. Most of them are commercial products and require subscriptions for using all features.
We started this project to address our needs, but we decided to make this service accessible to the entire research community. It took a few years to build the necessary infrastructure to extend our home project to the production level.

exaly is a non-profit project and commercially disinterested. We never used any public fund or commercial support by corporations at any stage of the project. This is indeed a scientific project. All materials are available under a Creative Commons licence as described on the licence page.
Along with the search capabilities, we compute primary scientometric measures.
Our ultimate goal is to provide all the services researchers need in one place and make them freely available to everyone.

How does it work?
We use various sources to double-check the accuracy of data. Whenever the full text of an article is not available online, the PDF files are directly parsed to index the text and extract the references. Although we check with all available resources, we parse each and every reference for capturing the citations.

Software
The exaly project has been chiefly developed in C from scratch. No external library has been used whatsoever. MariaDB was utilised as the database management system. For natural language processing (NLP) tasks, we used Stanford NLP only for double-checking our own system.

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Koya University (KOU) is located in the city of Koya (Koy Sanjaq) which is 1.0 hr drive to the East of the Kurdistan Region capital Erbil (Arbil, Hewlér) in Kurdistan Region of F.R. Iraq. It is on the foothills of beautiful high mountain. Its campus has been carefully laid out to embrace the beautiful mountainous nature. . There are 4 Faculties and 2 Schools in KOU; Faculty of Engineering (FENG), Faculty of Science and Health (FSCH), Faculty of Education (FEDU), Faculty of Humanities and Social Silences (FHSS), Shcool of Physical Education (SPHE) and School of Medicine (SMED). Also, there are two research centers; Genome Center and Malai Gawra Center. Moreover, at KOU there is an English Language Center (BELC) at KOU has been opened with the sponsorship of IREX and American embassy in Baghdad as well as with the support of Spring International Language Center of The University of ArkansasKOU has two Scientific Journals; ARO-The Scientific Journal of Koya University, which is indexed by Clarivate Analytics (ESCI), and Koya University Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (KUJHSS). KOU is a proactive member of Erasmus/ Marhaba Project and Erasmus+. KOU signed many Memorandum of Understandings (MoU) with many International Universities, e.g., The University of Arkansas (June 2015). The Lulea University in Sweden (April 2014), The University of Nottingham in the UKThe University of Buckingham in the UK (Oct 2008), Belkin University in Turkey (Sep 2009) The University of Greenwich in the UKCihan University-Erbil (2021) and Tishk International University (2021). Koya University is a memebr of The Association of Arab Universities and the International Association of Universities.

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