Modifying the URL manually

Here are some explanations of the parameters contained in the URL used to display a publications page.

The first arguments enable you to select the publications that will be displayed:
- auteur_exp=list of authors in the form LastName ou FirstName,LastName. To list several authors, use the sign ’;’ (ex: Didier,Dupond; D.,Dupond).
- titre_exp: Full title
- titre: Part of the title
- annee_publideb and annee_publifin: to add a constraint on the publication period in the form YYYY (e.g. annee_publideb=2008&annee_publifin=2009 to obtain publications published between 2008 and 2009).
- identifiant_exp: List of identifiers separated by the sign ’;’
- labos_exp: List of laboratories/project teams, separated by the sign ’ ;’. Here, you must give the name, abbreviation or number of the laboratory or project-team. To find out all the laboratories/project teams, go to or and, in the ‘services’ tab, select the menu "View laboratories known to HAL".
- struct : list of research structure(s) separated by ’;’. The difference with labos_exp is that here you have to give the exact name of the structure. It is also possible to enter the HAL structure identifier or RNSR identifier.
- affi_exp : when there are INRIA project teams/laboratories with the same name, they can be differentiated by entering the affiliation of the INRIA project-team in this field (e.g. affi_exp=INRIA)
- auteurs_EPI : to add publications by project-team researchers outside of the project-team (e.g. auteurs_EPI=FirstName1,LastName1 ;FirstName2,LastName2...)
- typdoc :Document type, to be chosen from the following values: ’ART’, ’COMM’, ’COURS’, ’COUV’, ’DOUV’, ’HDR’, ’MEM’, ’OTHER’, ’OUV’, ’PATENT’, ’REPORT’, ’THESE’, ’UNDEFINED’, ’PRESCONF’ in brackets and separated by commas (e.g. typdoc=(’ART’,’COMM’)).
- collection_exp : List of collections/stamps (in HAL, a collection is a set of publications), separated by the sign ’ ;’.
- conference_exp : to filter by one or more conferences (separate with a ;).
- audience : 2=> ‘International audience’, 3=> ‘National audience’
- havefile : To filter by access to the full text: 1=>’Yes’, 0 =>’No’, 2 =>’link to full text’
- date_depot_nb_jour :Number of days before publications were submitted
- solrQuery : Solr query

The following arguments can then be used to indicate what is displayed on the publications page (the field CB_xxx=yes when the field xxx is displayed), choosing from the following values: CB_auteur, CB_titre, CB_identifiant, CB_article (bibliographical references that depend on the document type: Details of the conference, journal, etc.), CB_DOI, CB_Resume_court, CB_typdoc, CB_audience, CB_vignette, CB_video, CB_seeAlso (to display the metadata "See also").

In particular, CB_vignette = oui to display a thumbnail (main thumbnail or first page of the pdf). If CB_tailleReelle = oui, the images are displayed in real sizes; carreful it is so necessary to adjust the CSS style sheet. CB_video = oui to display a link to the video type schedules between the link to the pdf and Bibetx link.

The fields tri_exp, tri_exp2, tri_exp3, and tri_exp4 can then be used for sorting purposes. The possible values are as follows: typdoc, titre, identifiant, annee_publi, date_publi, auteur_exp, audience. The dates are sorted in descending order.

The field ordre_aff can be used to change the order of display. For the moment, TA=>’Title, Authors, ...’, AT=>’Authors, Title, ...’. The field NbAffiche can be used to limit the number of publications displayed (e.g. NbAffiche=5)

The arguments Fen and css are mandatory: Fen=Aff&css=adresse_css if you want a well presented page. The field css describes the css style to be used. Bear in mind that some are suggested by default. See the section Modifying the style.

To obtain just an unformatted result with the query and the number of publications found displayed, you can replace Fen=Aff&css=adresse_css with Fen=Rech.

The argument noHeader if you want to insert your page in a DIV only without the head and body tags.

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