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comment How to keep up with academic publications (papers) as a researcher?
@Rabar you find many guides on "how to read a paper" with google. Here the anwers should imo concentrate on how you filter information and reduce redundancy, big question on its own due to plagiarism. I would recommend a 2nd question for fast fast paper analysing, worst case you get even more, more detailed answers and more rep for a good question ;) we need anyway more questions here
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comment How to keep up with academic publications (papers) as a researcher?
i know only of scirate.com for physics arxiv.org. Actually scientifi community has a recommendation system - peer review - peers will only accept good and new information, so reading the top 5 peer-reviewed journals works. For not peer-reviewed repositories like arxiv scirate.com is indeed nice. But if you can list rating services for other branches besides physics it would be very fine! I did a quick search, didnt found much :(
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comment How to keep up with academic publications (papers) as a researcher?
good answer but more on "how to to read and analyse a paper" imho. Deserves a own question and likely gets a healty discussion here and many answers, there will anyway come more science tagged ones... But i thought @Rabarberski wants to know how he can filter out papers useful to him. These steps he should take when he knows a paper is strongly related to his research and was read/rated by many other researchers in the field.
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answered How do I get faster at typing when you already have a decent speed?
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comment What is the optimal text width for Speed Reading?
+1 thx exactly what i was looking for, there is a app for everything, you just have to find it :)
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answered Are there any applications to create workflows for todos?
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comment Multitasking (as done by human beings) considered harmful to productivity?
+1 but you should define more exactly what a task is (hearing a interview while sorting/deleting/overflying your mails might be ok and productive imo, playing online chess while trying to solve a differential equation not ;) I would search in neuroscience papers, but the the few upvotes & bit vague but fundamental question at this time dont value the effort to me...
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comment Online sharing and collaborating tool
@bill obviously but most of us already backup their files on drop box, if you want to share it then with a team mate in a online meeting, he can simply download, as it is already "online". For collaborating with someone on a file as i said i would choose cloud based software for mentioned tasks
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