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One may specify some keywords in one's Google Scholar profile, e.g.:

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How can I see the number of Google Scholar profiles that have a given keyword? E.g., the number of Google Scholar profiles that have a given keyword "computer vision" or "natural language processing".

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I think it's possible.

You'll find this python code very handy for this challenge: https://github.com/WittmannF/sort-google-scholar

You will be able to identify keywords, and rank your results (e.g. by citations/year).

If the Captcha process gets in the way, use this workaround: https://medium.com/analytics-vidhya/how-to-easily-bypass-recaptchav2-with-selenium-7f7a9a44fa9e

Good luck.

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One cannot see the number of Google Scholar profiles that have a given keyword, unless willing to click on the > button to go to the next 10 profile links for as many times as need to reach the last page (> 1000 times). One may encounter some human verification box from Google as well on the way.

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