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Scholars like you make impactful, groundbreaking research work every single day around the world. We are here to support you by providing a better way to search and discover scientific knowledge.

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Cite Any Paper

Any paper you find relevant for your research, select "Cite" on a paper page or in the search results.

A pop-up will offer you the option of multiple citation formats including BibTex, MLA, APA, or Chicago.

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Manage Your Papers in One Place

Store and organize all the papers that interest you in your online library and access them anywhere, anytime when you sign in to Semantic Scholar.

With your library, you can organize papers into customized folders and bulk export citations.

After creating a folder, you can also create AI-powered Research Feeds that automatically generate paper recommendations for you. Simply toggle the Research Feed to ‘On’ for each folder and you will start receiving regular recommendations from the next day.

Pro Tip: Place similar papers into one folder to generate better and more relevant recommendations.

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Research Feeds

Personalized AI-Powered Paper Recommendations

After you add papers to your library, your Research Feeds will quickly learn what papers interest you and recommend the latest research to help you stay up-to-date.

You can turn on Research Feeds recommendations for any folder in your library and have them sent right to your email. To learn more about how Research Feeds work, visit our FAQ.

Tips to Get Better Recommendations

Ratings are essential to teach Semantic Scholar’s AI what is or isn't relevant to you. The more ratings you submit, the more relevant your recommended papers will be.

Add 5 relevant papers to a library folder. Semantic Scholar will show you papers similar to these.

Mark 3 non-relevant papers as "not relevant" in the corresponding Research Feed, and Semantic Scholar will show you fewer papers similar to these.

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Get Notified for New Papers or Citations

No need to refresh the page every day. You can set up and customize automated email alerts to stay up-to-date with new citations and new papers.

Paper Alerts

Get notified when there are new citations for a specific paper. To create a paper alert, select “Create Alert” on any paper page.

Author Alerts

Get notified when there are new citations and papers for a specific author. To create an author alert, select “Follow Author” on any author page. Or, claim your author page to get notified about new papers citing your works.

Research Feed Alerts

Get new paper recommendations in your email when you turn on Research Feeds alerts for any of your library folders.

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Research Dashboard

Check All Your Research Updates

When signed in to your account, your Research Dashboard serves as your Semantic Scholar homepage where you can view the latest recommended papers from your Research Feeds and new papers from your alerts.

If you have claimed your author page, you can also view the most recent citations for your papers and quick links to your author page and editing options.

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