Stork API, a single line becomes a list of new publications

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I want to show a list of my own publications on my webpage, is there an easy way to do so? Yes, Stork API, a single line of code, allows you to show a list of publications given a keyword. You only need to put the code to your webpage once, and then even if there are new publications, the list will update itself.

Let’s look at this list:

The above list was generated by the following single line of code:

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What about a list of publications in fNIRS field? It’s easy too. As you can see, all you need to change the the “k” parameter (which stands for keyword).
[code=”js”]

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The line of code above becomes


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