Interactive Citation Maps are coming to Citationsy
Through the new Litmaps button, users can now open up the paper they have found in Litmaps right from the Archives results page.
Litmaps creates map from the paper to quickly find the most connected articles around it. Users can quickly see who cites the original paper, who is cited by the original paper, and all the connections between them. Their visualisation help with understanding the connections between all these papers. When a new article connected to your map is published, Litmaps will email you with a notification so you can always stay up to date with the current research in your field.
Litmaps Co-Founder and CTO, Axton Pitt said about the partnership:
“Litmaps combines interactive citation maps, modern search tools, and regular email updates, to create the best research discovery experience ever. We are so excited to integrate with Citationsy to allow their users to visualise an article among the articles around it, helping them discover other important articles they may have not seen.”
Citationsy Founder Cenk added:
“We are very happy to welcome Litmaps to the growing number of integrations in CitationsyArchives – super-charging your research and providing a very useful tool for understand the landscape of research. We are impressed with what the Litmaps team have built, and look forward to Citationsy users benefiting from their visualisations.”
Litmaps is an innovative research discovery tool. It combines interactive citation maps, modern search tools, and regular email updates to create the best research discovery experience ever. It can visualize your research topic with everything from academic papers, patents, pre-prints, and e-prints. They focus deeply on this area so researchers can concentrate on what they do best, while Litmaps keeps them up to date with the latest scientific literature.
Citationsy is an online referencing tool for people who value simplicity, privacy, and speed. It automates the citation, reference list and bibliography process in over 9,200 referencing styles including APA, Chicago, DIN, MLA, and Harvard.
Three hundred thousand students from 192 countries use Citationsy to conduct research and generate citations. Citationsy’s mobile apps include a barcode scanner for on-the-go book referencing, and the Citationsy browser extension (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari) enables one-click website citations.
It’s the world’s leading and most accurate citation generator and management tool that allows users to cite any source with a click via web platform, mobile app, or browser extension.