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We have 3 reviews for Qiqqa. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: I love Qiqqa, it saves me time searching. When I was writing my research I referred to Qiqqa every day. I recommended to a few friends. Thank you to Qiqqa team
Overall Opinion: I have used Qiqqa since it was a pay for service. The use of libraries and pdf review is useful. Overall since it has been open source it seems its functionality has gone backwards. The support appears non existant.
Pros: Libraries are useful Copying to other pcs is fairly easy with the backup function
Cons: a few bugs arise regularly. No cloud functionality. Duplicate finder is week and only based on the references not the document, which is not helpful,
Overall Opinion: It's basically a reference management software with data analysis. Now it's open sourced so I guess it could play around for a longer time. Easy to use but some of the functions like auto tags don't work well
Pros: -Free & open sourced -you can analyse your literature with this software -easy citation -still improving
Cons: -No Mac version -No Mac version. Yes it can work on a virtue machine or Parrellel, but guess what? Too slow that you wouldn't try. -No Mac version. -still improving
Get to grips with all the Qiqqa basics! This is an introduction to the Qiqqa user interface, and shows how to log in, add and view documents, edit metadata, use the BibTeX Sniffer, and more....
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