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Digital Research Assistant (beta) (delisted)

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Your research reading history, all in one place.

Image from store Digital Research Assistant (beta)
Description from store The Digital Research Assistant by Recommended allows you to keep track of your primary paper research from across the Web with minimal effort. Once installed, it automatically records any pages you visit that have a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). Clicking the Digital Research Assistant button in your Chrome toolbar will take you to your reading history. By recording your reading history using the Digital Research Assistant, in future, you’ll also get better recommendations from Recommended when you visit Nature.com, BioMed Central, Springer Open and SpringerLink. Please note - by installing this plugin, you consent to the Digital Research Assistant sending the DOIs of any primary research paper you visit, across the Web, back to the Recommended service. We will only use this information (together with a random identifier to represent you) in order to: - provide your reading history back to you - provide you with better recommendations when you visit Nature.com, BioMed Central, Springer Open and SpringerLink - improve the Recommended and Digital Research Assistant services The Digital Research Assistant is currently in beta. If you have any questions, or experience any issues with using this plugin, please use the feedback button on the reading history page, or email us: [email protected]

Latest reviews

  • (2018-09-22) Maria Lukatskaya: great, quite useful for research!
  • (2018-07-25) Fantastic having it create a list of every research article that I read!

Latest issues

  • (2019-02-22, v:0.3.5) Maria Lukatskaya: earlier reading history disappeared
    Hi, I noticed that my earlier reading history has disappeared, is that a bug or RA has a limit on saved entries. I was under impression that reading history from the beginning of time should be accessible, that would have been great, but now more than half of the entries are gone..
  • (2018-08-07, v:0.3.5) Sabrina Tasselli: doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-17059-w
    I can not find the supplement figures


4,312 history
5.0 (6 votes)
Last update / version
2017-11-22 / 0.3.5
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