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CiteDrive is a cloud-first, collaborative, BibTeX-native reference manager created by and for Overleaf, LaTeX, and R Markdown users. Built from the ground-up to stay out of your way and help you focus on writing.
Do you need more features than Citationsy can offer? Would you like a tool that has all sorts of plugins and can do crazy stuff with local
files and PDFs? Maybe Zotero is the right choice for you. Plus they’re open source!
Scholarcy reads and summarises research papers for you, giving you key facts, figures and references instantly.
It has an integration with Citationsy Archives
and a Chrome extension.
Polar is a document manager for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Manage PDFs, web content, books, and notes with tagging, annotation and highlighting.
Chrome extension to access millions of research papers in one click. Don’t worry about paywalls, logins, and redirects. An open database millions of free scholarly articles from over 70,000 repositories and publishers.
Input a paper and see how it connects to other papers – a fantastic tool for visualising and discovering new literature. Offers collaborative features and interactive literature maps.
Chrome extension that searches for the paper you want in open access repositories, and if it can’t find it you can email the author automatically asking for a PDF.
Scite is an award-winning platform for discovering and evaluating scientific articles via Smart Citations, allowing users to see how a publication has been cited by providing the context of the citation and a classification describing whether it provides supporting or contrasting evidence for the cited claim.
They have extracted and analysed 947m citation statements from over 27m full-text articles.
Notetaking reinvented — No more bloated files for taking notes. Create simple yet powerful digital notecards with rich and varied content, like math equations, tables, images, checklists, and emojis.
The Guardian University League Tables help you choose a UK university by course, ranking, staff to student ratio, and many other factors.
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