Thursday, 24 May 2012

Have you heard of ReadCube? PDF / journal organizer

Spotted this while downloading a PDF from nat genet.
looks interesting .. though I use foxit for pdf annotation

Packed with features to make your life easier
  • Let ReadCube organize your article collection
  • Import article PDFs from your computer.
  • Your articles immediately become full-text searchable so you can find what you want.
  • ReadCube will automatically identify the author, title, and journal citation information of every article.

Find new papers fast
Instantly view article abstracts alongside PubMed and Google Scholar™ search results.
Clickable references take you straight to the articles referenced in the paper you are reading.
Immediately view articles that cite the paper you are reading, or those that are related to it.

Download articles with a single click
Download new articles with a single click from PubMed, Google Scholar™, or publisher web sites.
ReadCube integrates with your university or institution login so you can download articles straight into your library.

Personalized article recommendations
Get daily article recommendations based on your research interests and the contents of your library – so you need never worry about missing that important paper again.

Read and annotate articles
Create in-line comments and directly highlight key phrases. Highlight directly on articles.
ReadCube saves your annotations so you can keep track of important notes you’ve made.

Cite and create references
Citations for every article in your library are automatically found, so you can easily import them straight into EndNote™ or your favorite citation software.

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