Automatically record papers and their codes from Arxiv, OpenReview & more! Organize your library with tags, links and quick notes.
An automated, web-based and minimalist reference manager that also finds code repositories.
It is not meant to replace, rather complete more standard reference managers as Zotero etc.
This browser extension allows you to do automatically store research papers you read, find a code repository and much more:
🏬 Automatically record papers you open, without clicking anywhere. You can then search them, tag them, comment them and link a code repository.
💻 Automatically find code repositories using PapersWithCode's API
🤝 Match pre-prints to publications using 4 different databases
🎬 Change a pdf's webpage title to the article's title, because who cares about that saved bookmark 1812.10889.pdf when it could be InstaGAN Instance-aware Image-to-Image Translation.pdf
🎫 BibTex citation, because citing papers should not be a hassle you can copy a BibTex citation to your clipboard or export the Memory itself as a .bib file
🔗 Markdown link, [title](url) because it's the little things that make sharing a paper easier (to be used in issues, PRs, Readme, HackMD.io etc.)
🗂 Direct download button with a nice name including the paper's title, so that you don't have to open the pdf's webpage and then download it from your browser.
📄 Go back from a pdf to its abstract page. For instance: from https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.06907.pdf to https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.06907 in a click.
🏛️ Export your data as a .json file or a .bib full BibTex export
Check out more the code, documentation, screenshots and share ideas at https://github.com/vict0rsch/PaperMemory