Is it possible to look into research trends years and citation-wise?

Suppose, I look up Google Scholar and select a publication/conference, let's say ICLR: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&view_op=list_hcore&venue=0032SoU2xY4J.2022&vq=eng_artificialintelligence&cstart=0

The papers are sorted from citations in the last 5 years. What I want is to see the recent trend among papers of the last 2 or 3 years which are recently published in the same conference or surf conference papers citation wise only of last 2 years. Is that possible?

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For the former, you can use Google Scholar's advanced search:

Advanced Search screenshot

Note, however, that Google Scholar's search results may be incomplete and noisy. For the latter, you can use Scopus Document Search, if you have access. Microsoft Academic used to have this feature, but has since been shut down.

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