How To Write on PDF Online?
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What is the best (free if possible) text-to-voice PDF reader for research papers and other academic writing?
Thank you for the Online Document Writer Hamdard. I do not know if you are an advanced student, a mature student, or a school student embarking on a first piece of research. You have included no profile information, no topic or other information, your activity on Quora is only two questions, both about where to find research papers. You do not say in which subject or topic you are studying. With this in mind, I suggest that you. Access Google Scholar and store it for easy access. Make a list of search terms around your topic, including variants of spellings or terminology. Search on all these terms, storing any papers that you find that are relevant. Look to the left of the citation, and set the dates to about the last five years - 2014–19, otherwise you will be there forever, reading old and obsolete material. Look to the right of the citations - some of them will be in PDF or HTML; this means you can read them. Otherwise, you will have to read abstracts only. Look underneath the citation - this tells you how many other people have cited the article in their own work. That is a useful indication of how well the paper is regarded. Also below the citation is a link for other papers that are similar. Take a look at these too. Save any useful papers that you find in a specially-named file, for easy access. Try to collect a few papers that address your topic broadly, and between one and three that focus on it closely. Examine these in detail, in your own work. Try to find something that gives you a theoretical context for your topic. There is more to a literature search than this, but this will give you a solid start. I cannot deduce what you are looking for. I cannot read your mind. If you want Quorans to help, we need more information. If you would post some more information, in your profile and in your question, perhaps we could help you better. Please check all your research plans, including your literature research, with your supervisor or teacher. Best wishes for your studies.
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