Definition: The unique Google Scholar Author ID associated with this person on Google Scholar. A Google Scholar Author ID is the number that is prefaced with
Entity IDs can be used as globally unique URIs following the pattern:
Additional Google Scholar profile information (email address, homepage, profession) should be used to help disambiguate and help verify that the Google Scholar Author ID is valid for the entity.
Tooltip definition of the predicate: “The unique Google Scholar Author ID associated with this person.”
Type of value: String
For enums - all possible values: N/A
# of accepted values: One
Inverse Properties and Name: N/A
Examples of proper use:
- Barack Obama → ‘Google Scholar Author ID’ → ‘KcZySPIAAAAJ’ is correct, as it corresponds with
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=KcZySPIAAAAJwhich is the same entity (Barack Obama) as the subject of the triple.
Examples of improper use:
- John McCarthy (computer scientist) → ‘Google Scholar Author ID’ → ‘MMblxBoAAAAJ’ is incorrect as it corresponds with
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=MMblxBoAAAAJwhich is the Google Scholar Author ID for John McCarthy (linguist).
Usage in other schemas:
Citation Required?: No - the ID functions as its own citation as the URL for the Google Scholar page can be formed out of the Google Scholar Auhtor ID. ie KcZySPIAAAAJ corresponds to