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Query Additional data to display
(add one property name per line)

Format as:
Sorting
[Add sorting condition]
Other options
limit:
The maximum number of results to return
offset:
The offset of the first result
link:
Show values as links
sort:
Property to sort the query by
order: descending desc asc ascending rand random
Order of the query sort
headers:
Display the headers/property names
mainlabel:
The label to give to the main page name
intro:
The text to display before the query results, if there are any
outro:
The text to display after the query results, if there are any
searchlabel:
Text for continuing the search
default:
The text to display if there are no query results
class:
An additional CSS class to set for the table

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  Author(s) Year Published in Topic(s) Domain(s)
A comparison of World Wide Web resources for identifying medical information Pamela T. Johnson
Jennifer K. Chen
John Eng
Martin A. Makary
Elliot K. Fishman
2008 Academic Radiology Health information source
Ranking and popularity
Health
A comparison of privacy issues in collaborative workspaces and social networks Martin Pekárek
Stefanie Pötzsch
2009 Identity in the Information Society Ethics
Policies and governance
Philosophy and ethics
Computer science
Information systems
A content-driven reputation system for the Wikipedia B. Thomas Adler
Luca de Alfaro
2007 WWW '07 Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web Reputation systems Computer science
A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0 Robert W. Gehl 2010 George Mason University Culture and values of Wikipedia
Other collaboration topics
Policies and governance
Commercial aspects
Economics
Political science
Sociology
A data-driven sketch of Wikipedia editors Robert West
Ingmar Weber
Carlos Castillo
2012 WWW (Posters) Cultural and linguistic effects on participation Computer science
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