Citation Management Made Easy with Paperpile

What is Paperpile?

Can’t keep track of all your papers and reference materials. Compiling bibliographies driving you nuts? Use Paperpile, a citation management tool integrated with the Google apps ecosystem. The IT Division has recently acquired Paperpile and is providing it FREE to all Lab employees. What you can do with Paperpile:

  • Easily organize your papers, folders, PDFs in Google Drive and automatic insertion of citations within Google Docs

  • Search your library quickly by keyword, author, journal, publication year and more from any device, at any time, from anywhere

  • Gather accurate metadata, abstracts and PDFs with one click

  • Import and export of citations from BibTex, RIS, Zotero, and Mendeley, and Endnote

  • Search and import across Google Scholar, PubMed, ArXiv from within Paperpile

  • Easy generation of LaTeX Citations

  • Save supplementary files in any format

  • Annotate PDFs with those important ideas and share them with your colleagues

  • Collaboration citation folders and citation sharing

  • Citations can be exported for use in Endnote

Where do I get Paperpile?

Paperpile is a web-based application and is licensed for all LBL users.

To get started,

  1. Go to https://paperpile.com/

  2. Click "Sign In"

  3. Click "Sign in with Google"

  4. Sign in with your Berkeley Lab Identity credentials

Note that Paperpile currently only supports Chrome browser.

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