-CiteULike is a free service to help you to store, organise and share the scholarly papers you are reading. When you see a paper on the web that interests you, you can click one button and have it added to your personal library. CiteULike automatically extracts the citation details, so there’s no need to type them in yourself. It all works from within your web browser so there’s no need to install any software. Because your library is stored on the server, you can access it from any computer with an Internet connection.
-CiteULike has a flexible filing system based on tags. You can choose whichever tags you want, and apply as many as you like to a paper. You can use tags to group papers together.
– What sources of papers are supported?
The system currently supports: ACL Anthology, AIP Scitation, Amazon, American Chem. Soc. Publications, American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society Journals, American Physical Society, Annual Reviews, Anthrosource, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) portal, BMJ, BioMed Central, BiomedExperts, Blackwell Synergy, Cambridge University Press, Cases Network, Cell, Chicago Journals, CiteSeer, CiteSeerX Beta, Cryptology ePrint Archive, DBLP, Daum, EBI CiteXplore, EGU Journals, EdITLib, Education Resources Information Center, Elsevier, F1000, First Monday, HighWire, IEEE Digital Library, IEEE Explore, IOS Press, IUCr, IWA Publishing Online, Informa Healthcare, Ingenta, IngentaConnect, IoP Electronic Journals, JSTAGE, JSTOR, JStatSoft, Japan Society of Applied Physics, Journal of Machine Learning Research, Journal of Visualized Experiment, LibraryThing, MIT Press Journals, Mary Ann Liebert, MathSciNet, MetaPress, NASA Astrophysics Data System, National Bureau of Economic Research, Nature, Nature Precedings, Open Repository, Optical Society of America, PLoS Biology, Pion, Primary Care Respiratory Journal, Project MUSE, PsyCONTENT, PubMed, PubMed Central, Royal Society, Royal Society of Chemistry, Science, ScienceDirect, Scopus, Social Science Research Network, SpringerLink, Usenix, Wiley InterScience, WorldCat, WormBase, arXiv.org e-Print archive, crossref-doi, informaworld, mdpi, novo|seek, plos, but you can post any other article from any non-supported site on the web – you’ll just have to type the citation details in yourself.
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