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Lazy Scholar

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 by Colby Vorland

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Lazy Scholar is a browser extension that automatically fetches information and helpful shortcuts when you navigate to any scientific paper. It searches multiple services for freely available full texts, gets citation counts and related citations, altmetrics and PubPeer comments, journal impact factor, a quick citation link and share buttons and more.

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Gregory Walker
Research assistant
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Gregory Walker

Research assistant

Any way to see journal impact factor in pubmed/scholar searches? Oval 17

Hi! Thanks for this really nice browser extension. Is there any way that I can set lazy scholar to show the impact factor next to every journal next to every search result in pubmed/google scholar? If not, i would be your number one user if you add it in the next version :)

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Posted: 3 years ago
Colby Vorland
PhD student at Purdue University
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Colby Vorland

PhD student at Purdue University

Hi @Gregory.Walker,

Yes I like this idea. I will add it to the next version and make it togglable in options. I may also start to include full text availability next to records if they exist in my database.

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Posted: 3 years ago
Colby Vorland
PhD student at Purdue University
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Colby Vorland

PhD student at Purdue University

Hi again @Gregory.Walker,

I finally implemented this in PubMed search results in the latest release. Google Scholar will be more of a challenge for a future release because the journal names are not standardized.

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Posted: 3 years ago
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