Open source tools for a scientific paper


  • Zotero

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Chrome Safari ... Microsoft Office Word Google Drive - Docs LibreOffice Firefox Website

    Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research.

     

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  • LanguageTool

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... Microsoft Edge Chrome Microsoft Office Outlook SDL TRADOS Safari Visual Studio Code Microsoft Office Word Eclipse TinyMCE TeXstudio Google Drive - Docs Thunderbird Vim OmegaT Sublime Text GNU Emacs Opera Fidus Writer LyX LibreOffice <oXygen/> XML Editor Apache OpenOffice Firefox Website

    Free proofreading tool for Small LibreOffice iconLibreOffice, Small Apache OpenOffice iconApache OpenOffice, Small Microsoft Word iconMicrosoft Word, Small Ulysses iconUlysses, Small Mozilla Firefox iconMozilla Firefox, Small Microsoft Edge iconMicrosoft Edge and Small Google Chrome iconGoogle Chrome. Also available as a standalone application. Supports about 20 languages (on different levels) and allows customization.

    Free - 20,000 characters per check
    • Thousands of patterns for finding errors in English, German, French, ...

    Premium - 40,000 characters per check
    • Thousands of patterns for finding errors in English, German, French, ...
    • Add-on for Microsoft Word (more...) - no character limit
    • Detection of wrong gender in salutation (German only)
    • Additional word pairs for statistical detection of typos for English, German, and French
    • Detection of incorrect checksums in ISBN and IBAN numbers
    • Detection of more than 2500 additional errors for English, German, French, and Dutch

     

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  • WebPlotDigitizer

    Free Web Website

    A large quantity of published data is available only in the form of plots and it is often difficult to extract numerical data accurately out of these pictures. There are several softwares available to aid this process, but most are either paid or poorly written. Also, most of the existing programs require Microsoft Windows to work and support only 2D X-Y plots. Due to these limitations WebPlotDigitizer has been developed to facilitate easy and accurate data extraction from a variety of plot types and also maps. This program is built using HTML5 which allows it to run within a browser and requires no installation on to the user’s hard drive.

     

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