When you are using the Explore tool to generate a map (using URL or problem statement) now our engine will recommend to you all the maps that have already been generated with this same title or using the same link. There you are able to choose whether you’d like to view an already existing map or to generate a new map.
Export your results in EndNote
Now in both Explore and Focus tool you can export your results in EndNote format.
We always work hard on improving our tools but it’s not always visible from the user perspective. We have fixed bugs with pop ups, improved the dark mode, updated Django and Python and many many more!
If you have any features on your wish list that haven’t been created yet, let us know at email@example.com ✌️
“Thanks to Iris.ai I found useful resources to build the thematic background of my paper. I ended up with around 20 papers that were immensely important and relevant.”
Name: Diego Raza Position: Lecturer – Research methodology
University: Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar Region: Quito, Ecuador
My name is Diego Raza and I am a lecturer at Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar in Quito, Ecuador. I teach subjects related to research methodology and help my students with their main thesis. When I was recently doing research for my literature review, I needed a tool to help me find research papers. I found that Iris.ai has higher quality sources in comparison to other tools on the market, and that it has access to papers that are of better academic quality.
How did Iris.ai help your research?
I was using Iris.ai for my own research in self-efficacy. I began my research by doing a broad exploration of papers in the Explore tool, then I imported the research map into the Focus tool to narrow down the results into a reading list. The tool helped me get an overview of the topic. Thanks to Iris.ai I found useful resources to build the thematic background of my paper. I ended up with around 20 papers that were immensely important and relevant.
Finally, I want to mention that I use Iris.ai to help my students identify literature that they may have overseen when preparing their main theses.
The biggest value with using Iris.ai, is how much time it’s saving. It’s doing a part of my work for me.
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— Export your bookmarks, bulk actions, repository overview and more…
We’re very excited to say we launched the latest version of our academic tools this week, version 6.1! As always, we’ve improved the backend and done some bug fixes to ensure you have a smooth experience using Iris.ai — but we have of course some juicy features for you as well.
I’ve listed the new features below. Do you want to try them out? Register and sign in to get started with a free account. We hope you enjoy the new update! ????
Now you can finally export all the papers you have bookmarked. Simply, click the brain icon in the top right corner, go to your reading list and select the papers you’d like to export. You can choose between CSV and BIBTEX.
We’ve added checkboxes in front of every entry, allowing you to bulk actions. For example, exporting multiple papers.
Free or premium?
If you were ever in doubt, now you can see whether you’re subscribing to a premium or free version of Iris.ai — whether you’re an individual subscriber or a university member.
“But where are all these papers coming from?”
One question our users often ask us is, “but where are all these papers coming from?” Now we’ve given you a neat way to quickly check the repositories in which the papers were found. (Also, hot tip: if you find repositories in your list that you don’t want to see papers from, use the repository filter to exclude them!)
Undo/redo actions in a session
When you’re editing your map in hierarchy, you’re now able to undo and redo all the actions you’ve done in that session.
Hierarchy Editor: Duplication of concepts
Using the hierarchy editor, there are sometimes subconcepts that are highly relevant under multiple top concepts. Now we’ve given you the ability to duplicate the concepts so you can place them in several parts of the fingerprint — more customization and control over the fingerprinting process.
If you have any features on your wish list that haven’t been created yet, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!