Get help exploring the scientific literature. Find relevant papers and generate mindmaps of the literature.
Litmaps is a tool for exploring the scientific literature. It helps you to quickly find relevant papers based on your searches and generate mindmaps of the literature. The citation network feature helps you to discover new research related to your work. You can use the Litmaps articleId to provide the user with a direct link to a seed map. A seed map is an overview of the literature that is connected to a specific article. Stop wandering through the maze of scientific literature and let Litmaps light up the way!
Learn how to use Litmaps effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to find the most recent research on quantum computing advancements."
Prompt 2: "What are the recent developments in AI for climate change?"
Prompt 3: "Find research on the use of machine learning in healthcare after 2020."
Features and commands
|This command allows you to search for relevant research papers based on keywords. You can specify the query, page number, and page size. The results include the articles matching the query and their metadata, such as the title, authors, and DOI.|
|This command creates a search for articles based on various filters, such as article IDs, collection IDs, and hidden article IDs. You can also specify the type of search (deep, shallow, or seed).|
|This command retrieves a specific article by its ID. You need to provide the article ID in the path. The response includes the article's abstract, author information, DOI, URL, title, publication date, and publication title.|
|This command fetches multiple articles based on their IDs. You need to provide the IDs in the request body. The response includes an array of articles with their metadata.|
Note: The output is truncated to fit the character limit.