PubPeer comments

Along with PubMed Commons comments, Lazy Scholar now also checks for PubPeer comments in version 0.8.1. PubPeer provides another option for critical discussion of papers. Here is an example of a paper that has comments:       Clicking the link will...

PDF exchange: need beta testers

Edit (9.10.2014): I have removed this functionality from Lazy Scholar, so I no longer need testers. It may be incorporated in some other way in future versions. I have reached an exciting point on something I have been working on for a long time now: a PDF exchange...

Checking PubMed Commons

Yesterday, PubMed’s new comments system, PubMed Commons, went public. If you are staring at a paper from a journal’s website, it would be tedious to open PubMed just to check if there are comments on it there. Lazy Scholar now does it automatically, in...

Find a paper contact email & cite counts

I am on a bit of a coding spree lately, and added 2 new features to Lazy Scholar that appear in version 0.7.0, just pushed out: finding a contact email for a paper, and citation counts. By default, finding a contact email address is turned off (turn on in Options) as...

Fast citation copying & sending to reference managers

Lazy Scholar gets an update today to version 0.6 with 2 new features: citation copying and saving to reference managers. Now when you click the browser button, text links will be appended to the bottom of the popup. By default, APA formatting appears, but you can turn...

Fast Saving to Google Scholar Library

Google Scholar put out an update this week with a new feature: Library. It allows you to save references in a folder on the Google Scholar page and organize by tags. This is useful, but requires you to be on Google Scholar to save them – until now. For example,...