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How Scholarcy can help you

Scholarcy chrome extension
Scholarcy extracts data tables
Scholarcy chrome extension

Scholarcy in a Nutshell


Scholarcy provides clear, readable summaries & automatically highlights useful phrases. It also links to background reading. The extension is a breeze to use as well. Can’t recommend enough!!

Matt Kohl

This is a great boon for busy academics, students and anybody who is dealing with information overload. Especially useful are the features for extracting data from embedded tables, perfect for reproducibility studies!

Gerard Lynch

While there has been reference citation code and software in the past to extract references from PDF, none have been so easy to use as Scholarcy.

Aaron Tay

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