AI-Powered Reference Manager
Petal is the world’s first and only AI-powered reference manager. Using OpenAI’s GPT-3 language model (same engine as chatGPT), Petal enables direct and dynamic interaction with your research library.
Automatic metadata extraction. Drag & drop, import existing reference lists (BibTeX), and create collections to stay organized.
Powerful Full Text Search
Grow your library without sacrificing accessibility. Search across over 200 million academic articles from thousands of publishers. Import accurate metadata and abstracts directly within the app.
Advanced search features help you explore beyond document-level search results. Upload your own full text to serve as context for the AI to support your work.
Bring Your Team Together
Intuitive UI. Onboard new members more quickly. Keep your team on the same page so you can focus on exploring big ideas.
Ping teammates in annotations and create comment threads – stay engaged even when asynchronous and remote.
Collaboratively read, share, and annotate your full texts.
Petal is your AI research assistant that helps you navigate your readings
Quickly and accurately understand the content you are reading. Petal currently supports translation of over 10 languages.
Petal AI can analyze the text, extract the most important information, and present it to you in a condensed format.
Rephrase complex topics and ideas to simple, easy-to-understand language. Especially helpful when researching unfamiliar subjects.
Generate relevant questions or search terms based on the content you are researching to uploaded journals.
Petal AI identifies key points within journals. Extract the main ideas and arguments presented in a piece of research
Conversational AI unlocks near-unlimited versatility to support your learning style and provide answers you seek.
Petal Reference Manager contains features to support many more use cases. It is a versatile solution for all your research and academic needs.
Annotations and comments
Edit database schema without code
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