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SRA / Systematic Review Assistant

Offers users a reliable program to remove duplicate records with greater sensitivity and specificity than EndNote. SRA aimed to reduce the amount of time taken to produce systematic reviews by maximising the efficiency of the various review stages such as optimising search strategies and screening, finding full text articles and removing duplicate citations. This application can save researchers and information specialists time and avoid research waste.


Helps expedite the initial screening of abstracts and titles using a process of semi-automation while incorporating a high level of usability. Rayyan lightens the load of systematic review authors by speeding up the tedious part of the process of selection of studies for inclusion within the review. It offers a large variety of features including creating a review, inviting collaborators to a review, uploading citations in different formats, a dashboard of all reviews, a workbench for a given review, etc. The tool can help in abstract and title screening.


Permits to share databases over a network. RefDB consists of an application server which interacts with a relational database on the server side and a variety of clients on the workstation side. It can serve as a data source for other applications. The tool helps the user to keep track of those papers by creating a database with the essential bibliographic information, keywords for easy retrieval, personal comments, the reprint status, a hint where the user can find the offprint (or a link to the electronic version), and additional information for personal categorization.


Allows research synthesis. EPPI-Reviewer manages references, stores PDF files, facilitates qualitative and quantitative analyses and allows easy export of review data to enable use with other software programs. It allows multiple concurrent users to access the system and being web-based allows members of a review group to be located in different geographic locations. The tool supports many different analytic functions for synthesis including meta-analysis, empirical synthesis and qualitative thematic synthesis.


Speeds up the search for publications one has already read and supports the user in structuring information. Aigaion provides a bibliography management environment that supports a user in organizing and managing a complete bibliography, from small personal bibliographies to bibliographies for e.g. a complete research department. It allows the users to order publications in a self-chosen (overlapping) topic structure, offers BibTex and RIS import and export and has an intuitive user interface.


Supports academic, industrial and governmental research by providing a multi-purpose research platform. Colwiz is a software start-up that has grown out of the University of Oxford. The goal of this software is to accelerate research by providing a robust reference manager with data sharing and collaboration capabilities. Features include (i) support services that allow to manage day-to-day research activities, (ii) advanced networking capabilities that facilitate collaboration at a global level, (iii) online and desktop reference library services for the straightforward management and use of academic and other publications, (iv) online research profile that displays research interests and publications, and (v) online file storage, sharing and management system.


Offers practical guidance for potential review authors especially in the fields of environment, agriculture and impact assessment. CADIMA supports the conduct of systematic reviews and evidence/systematic maps by the provision of a freely available online tool that (i) guides review authors through the evidence synthesis process, (ii) facilitates the coordination of cooperating team members, (iii) eases steps with considerable workload and, (iv) guarantees for its thorough documentation.


A powerful free personal bibliographic manager (PBM) for writers. Use of a PBM allows the writer to focus on content, rather than the tedious details of formatting citations and references. Zotero has new features including the ability to synchronize citations with the off-site Zotero server and the ability to collaborate and share with others. Zotero collects all your research in a single, searchable interface. You can add PDFs, images, audio and video files, snapshots of web pages, and really anything else.