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This searchable, customizable, regularly updated version of AP Stylebook offers bonus features including Ask the Editor, Topical Guides and Pronunciation Guide.
  • Free resource available to all users from any location
  • Contains citations for journal articles and books (may link to full-text for some items)
  • Contains research tools or software
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Connected papers is a unique, visual tool to help researchers and applied scientists find and explore papers relevant to their field of work.
  • Free resource available to all users from any location
  • Contains data or statistics
  • Contains citations for journal articles and books (may link to full-text for some items)
  • Contains research tools or software
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Are you trying to keep up with the rapidly growing number of biological resources associated with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the related disease, COVID-19? There’s a new page to help you find SARS-CoV-2-related content available at NCBI (Figure1). This new site will help bench scientists, bioinformaticians, clinicians, and others connect with the information they need to study SARS-CoV-2 and end the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Free resource available to all users from any location
  • Contains citations for journal articles and books (may link to full-text for some items)
  • Contains research tools or software
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SciSight is a tool for exploring the evolving network of science in the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset, from Semantic Scholar at the Allen Institute for AI. Our goal is to help accelerate scientific research, with tools to visualize the emerging literature network around COVID-19. Use our exploratory search tools to find out what groups are working on what directions, see how biomedical concepts interact and evolve over time, and discover new connections.
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