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    Bioz

Cite this (Bioz, RRID:SCR_015017)

URL: https://www.bioz.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, web application

Search engine that mines life sciences papers using Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning to clean, tag and structure the data. Insights focus on experimentation and include objective recommendations, ratings and insights for reagents, lab equipment, assays, protocols and researchers.

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Cite this (LabArchives, RRID:SCR_013973)

URL: http://www.labarchives.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, electronic laboratory notebook

An ELN (electronic lab notebook) software application where researchers can record and organize their data in lieu of a paper notebook. Users can store and edit texts, PDFs, spreadsheets, images, sample collections, and other types of data. LabArchives automatically backs up data and data can be accessed anywhere. Users can choose to use the professional edition of LabArhives, the classroom edition, or to purchase an enterprise license.

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    Overleaf

Cite this (Overleaf, RRID:SCR_003232)

URL: https://www.writelatex.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, commercial organization, authoring tool

A collaboration tool which allows users to edit and publish scientific articles and papers. Overleaf utilizes the convenience of an easy-to-use WYSIWYG manuscript editor with real-time collaboration and structured, fully typeset output produced automatically. Authors can publish immediately and directly to their journal of choice while publishers can reduce their editorial and review turnaround times with powerful change tracking, commenting, and project lifecycle management features. It was formerly known as writeLaTex but changed its name to Overleaf in 2015.

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    ReadCube

Cite this (ReadCube, RRID:SCR_013777)

URL: https://www.readcube.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

A software resource application which organizes research literature. Users can import PDF articles into the application and create a searchable library. ReadCube enables users to perform keyword searches and provides references as well as note-taking tools. ReadCube also recommends articles to users based on library contents. For publishers, ReadCube enables interactive PDF versions of articles with tools for readers to make notes or perform author and keyword searches.

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Cite this (ShareLaTeX, RRID:SCR_002652)

URL: https://www.sharelatex.com/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, authoring tool

An collaborative tool which allows users to edit LaTeX documents in their browser. Multiple users can simultaneously access and edit the same LaTeX document and see the changes in real time. The latest version is available online, and the built in chat helps communicate with others while editing.

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    Sparrho

Cite this (Sparrho, RRID:SCR_013782)

URL: http://www.sparrho.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

A web application which organizes and recommends new scientific literature to users' news feeds based on keyword searches and user preferences. The site contains materials such as articles, posters, patents, grants, videos, and events.

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Cite this (Writefull, RRID:SCR_014006)

URL: http://writefullapp.com

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application

A software application which provides feedback on writing, wording, and frequency of text by checking against databases of correct language. Users can highlight a chunk of text and use Writefull to see how often the specific text appears in different language databases. Writefull can also offer synonyms and suggestions for wording. Writefull is supported by numerous writing tools which include MS Word and Gmail.

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