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Making tables with Bibexcel for Excel. You have made an out-file from the doc-file based on the AU-field using Any ; separated field and the Prep-button.

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1 Making tables with Bibexcel for Excel

2 You have made an out-file from the doc-file based on the AU-field using Any ; separated field and the Prep-button

3 If you put another tag in hereand click on this button Data is added to the out-file and the jn1-file is made with dt (doc-type) in 3rd column

4 Adding another field, py=publication year Creates the jn2-file with publication year in 4th column

5 Fractionalizing: If you selected the jn2-file and used these settings and pressed Start …an oux-file was created with fractions to the far right

6 How to handle multiple units in an added field Assume that you have added the subject category field (SC) to the outfile. Select the jn1-file and run Edit outfiles/Decompress - extra

7 ..and then the nnx-file has made one row for each SC- category. For example doc nr 2 has two categories …of course in the next step you can fractionalize if you wish

8 You can open the jn2-file from within Excel, insert a row and put labels on top, and then insert a Pivot-table with authors on rows and publication years in columns, and sort descending on total. Here, you can see that Small H started the whole field of co-citation studies, and that White HD entered in 1981 and then McCain KW in 1983….


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