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    Software: I, Librarian 2.0.10, a free scientific PDF organizer, released
    Submitted by Martin Kucej; posted on Friday, February 19, 2010


    I, Librarian is a free tool to build a web-based annotated library of scientific PDF articles. It is suitable for individuals as well as for small collaborative groups, like science labs or departments.

    The features include the ability to:
    • Perform diacritics-neutral searches in reference data
    • Search for words in PDF full texts
    • Search and seamlessly import data from PubMed, PubMed Central, NASA ADS, arXiv, JSTOR, and HighWire Press
    • Store attached files, like supplementary data or full resolution figures
    • Attach personal notes
    • Access all stored data and PDF files through WWW
    • Export records into RIS, Endnote, BibTex, CSV and plain text files
    • Create personal reference lists in the shared library
    • Organize your PDFs into multiple categories
    • Create collaborative projects by placing PDFs at virtual Desk
    • Create collaborative groups for a project and discuss your progress using the built-in chat
    The new version brings various small improvements, bug fixes, and integrated search of JSTOR. For the first time, a full-featured version for Mac OS X is also available for download.

    The installers for Windows and Ubuntu are available. Other Linux platforms and Mac OS X require manual installation.


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