Utopia Documents is a free PDF reader that connects the static content of scientific articles to the dynamic world of online content. It makes it easy to explore an article’s content and claims, and investigate other recent articles that discuss the same or similar topics.
Get immediate access to an article’s metadata and browse the relationship it has with the world at large. Generate a formatted citation for use in your own work, follow bibliographic links to cited articles, or get a document’s related data at the click of a button.
Various extensions provide links to blogs, online data sources and to social media sites so you can see what other researchers have been saying about not only the article you’re reading but its subject matter too.
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