PDF reader lets researchers organize, search and annotate articles

PDF reader lets researchers organize, search and annotate articles

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For researchers in scientific and academic worlds, carrying out research can often involve handling many, many articles in PDF format. That can make organizing and accessing articles difficult, which is why Labtiva’s ReadCube was born. Now in beta, the new reader tool for Mac and Windows can perform full-text searches across a library of academic PDF articles, and even offers outside recommendations based on those the user reads.

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