I'm looking for a wide range of resources. They might be query logs or popular query statistics. Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, the leading academic search engines like Google Scholar or Scirus don't publish datasets of that kind. Cross-posting from: metaoptimize.com/qa

asked 24 Jan '11, 06:35

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It might be a long-shot, but try asking arXiv at [email protected] for query logs (if they have any).

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answered 24 Jan '11, 13:45

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I did. Without success:/

(24 Jan '11, 17:22) Nikita Zhiltsov
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