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src/a/d/ads-HEAD/examples/monthly-institute-publications/stromlo_publications.py   ads(Download)
 
# Module specific
import ads
 
if __name__ == "__main__":

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/examples/journal-publications-over-time/journals.py   ads(Download)
 
# Module specific
import ads
 
if __name__ == "__main__":

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/examples/citation-tree/citation_tree.py   ads(Download)
__author__ = "Andy Casey <acasey@mso.anu.edu.au>"
 
import ads
 
# Let's grab a paper to build a citation tree from

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/examples/top-cited-astronomers.py   ads(Download)
__author__ = "Andy Casey <acasey@mso.anu.edu.au>"
 
import ads
 
# Let's assume the most cited people have the most cited papers, since we can only search for papers, not people

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/examples/beers-for-cites.py   ads(Download)
 
# Module specific
import ads
 
# Couple of mutable variables for the reader

src/b/l/BlueCop-XBMC-Plugins-HEAD/plugin.video.hulu/resources/lib/stream_hulu.py   BlueCop-XBMC-Plugins(Download)
 
import common
import ads
import subtitles
import sys

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/ads/tests/test_utils.py   ads(Download)
__author__ = "Andy Casey <andy@astrowizici.st>"
 
import ads
 
 

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/ads/tests/test_init.py   ads(Download)
 
import unittest
import ads
 
 

src/a/d/ads-HEAD/ads/tests/test_citation_tree.py   ads(Download)
 
import os
import ads
 
def test_citation_tree():