Do you miss important papers and go off track while skimming through your reading list and end up nowhere after spending hundreds of hours?

Also, deciding whether the paper is important by reading abstracts only is not enough.

To help researchers with these problems, we have introduced a new feature called "RAx Summarizer" that helps researchers skim through research papers faster.

How RAx Summarizer works?

Once you upload a literature to RAx, it automatically generates summaries of a research paper to help you quickly decide which papers are most relevant to your work, thereby saving time for reading the important papers.

See this 3-minutes tutorial to know how it works:

As you've seen in above tutorial video, RAx Summarizer breaks down your research paper into bite-sized summaries and making it easier to read important sections of papers.  

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