Autoleaf reads raw LaTeX from your paper library to assist you in writing scientific articles.
Autoleaf is a plugin that assists users in writing journal articles. It allows you to upload papers from Arxiv to a knowledge base, and then query this collection. Autoleaf provides access to the sources and helps you cite them for each sentence in your new article. With Autoleaf, you can effortlessly continue from your original query and seamlessly incorporate the information from source documents. Say goodbye to manual referencing and let Autoleaf take care of your scientific article writing process!
Learn how to use Autoleaf effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to find relevant articles on a specific topic from my knowledge base."
Prompt 2: "Can you help me cite the source for each sentence in my article?"
Prompt 3: "I found an interesting paper on ArXiv, can you help me add it to my knowledge base?"
Prompt 4: "I want to query my knowledge base for specific information based on a collection name and a query string."
Prompt 5: "I want to continue writing my article based on my original query and the information from the source documents."
Features and commands
|This command allows you to query your knowledge base for information based on a collection name and a query string. It returns the results of the query.
|This command allows you to add an ArXiv URL to your knowledge base. You need to provide the URL and the name of the collection. It returns a message indicating the result of the operation.