Tag Archives: GoodReader

PDF annotation on iPad: why GoodReader has replaced iAnnotate and PDF Expert

I use my iPad as my main tool to annotate research literature, as well as sorting data and commenting on draft papers or student work. I have previously sung the praise of iAnnotate in this post, as I consider it one … Continue reading

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Academic workflows revisited

It’s been a year since I wrote this post on academic workflows. The way I work has changed a bit since then – some apps have gone out, some have been added, and the relationship between some of them have … Continue reading

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iAnnotate: a Swiss army knife for marking up articles, paper drafts and data

As I mentioned in my post on using the iPad productively, I have used my iPad to reduce the piles of papers that were lying around on my desk, especially all the journal articles and papers-in-progress. As I’ve increasingly digitalised … Continue reading

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