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    Software: I, Librarian 2, free software to build PDF library is available for testing
    Submitted by Martin Kucej; posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2009


    "I, Librarian," a free tool to build annotated library of scientific PDF articles, designed for individuals as well as for small groups, is available for beta testing.

    I, Librarian is a feature-rich application that can be used to:
    • Build either personal or shared (laboratory, departmental) PDF library
    • Store up to a 100,000 fully annotated PDF files
    • Batch upload all your existing PDF collection
    • Search for words and phrases both in reference data and PDF files
    • Seamlessly import literature from PubMed and PubMed Central
    • Store attached files, like supplementary data or full resolution figures
    • Attach personal notes
    • (optional) Access all stored data and PDF files through WWW
    • Import records from Endnote, Science Direct, and Scopus files
    • Export records into RIS, Endnote, BibTex, CSV, and plain text files
    • and more
    I, Librarian is written in PHP and requires a web server with PHP5 interpreter. With I, Librarian, you will build a local web site with practical environment for working with your extensive collection of PDF files. In addition, you will gain an advanced tool to mine scientific literature from PubMed and PubMed Central.


    Beta version of I, Librarian for Windows and Linux can be downloaded here:

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