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Look here for an overview of our features and for a better understanding of how to use them.
How do I make and use Custom Dashboards?
**“Ooooh. What else can I do with all this data?” - Probably some researcher This article will cover: What Custom Dashboards are How you can make one What information is conveyed in the dashboard Example workflow creating a custom dashboard from search results It also assumes that you: Understand what Smart Citations are and how they are classified (See: How does scite work?) Custom Dashboards Custom Dashboards are a way of aggre
How do I use the scite report page?
“Hmm, I wonder what others say about this publication? Can I trust it? I hope its findings are reproducible...” - Every researcher, ever This article will cover: What the scite report page is How to use it effectively to evaluate a research publication It also assumes that you: Understand what Smart Citations are and how they are classified (See: How does scite work?) The scite Report Page The scite report for a given publication o
How can I set alerts on a search / topic of interest?
scite search alerts provide a powerful way to stay up to date on emerging literature and see the scholarly conversation happening as publications and citations are made available. By setting a search alert you will receive an email whenever we detect new publications and/or new citations to your search results. Whenever new articles are published, we will add these to your result set automatically and make sure you stay up to date on a topic of interest. In this guide we will show you how to:
How do I use the scite Reference Check?
**“I hope that the manuscript did not accidentally reference something retracted… or heavily contrasted by others.” - Everyone involved in scientific publishing This article will cover: How you can use Reference Check to be more confident in manuscripts you submit or review How to use it on a sample PDF How to interpret the results Who it’s relevant for Some FAQ towards the end It also assumes that you: Understand what Smart Citations are and how they are classified (See: [How d