The Journal Club is a web-based tool designed to help organize journal clubs, aka reading groups. A journal club is a group of people coming together at regular intervals, e.g., weekly, to critically discuss research papers. The Journal Club makes it easy to keep track of information about the club's meeting time and place as well as the list of papers coming up for discussion, papers that have been discussed in previous meetings, and papers proposed by club members for future discussion.
All information about public clubs is visible to any user even if they are not club members. In contrast, information for private clubs is only visible to registered users who have joined the said club.
First you have to join the club. You can propose a paper for discussion from the paper's page by clicking on the "plus" icon below the abstract and then selecting "Journal Club". You will be prompted with a list of Clubs that you are member of. Click on the "Add" button to propose the paper to your chosen club making available to the club's organiser to schedule it for a feature discussion.
Collections are groups of papers. You can create Collections to organize papers into groups based on a common theme, e.g., CNNs for image segmentation, PhD Thesis Bibliography, Bayesian Machine Learning, etc.
We have bootstrapped the database with all the Computer Science papers from arXiv.org between the years 2015 and 2020.
Furthermore, we are automatically importing the newest papers from arXiv.org on a daily basis.
If you have suggestions on improving The Journal Club please send an email to email@example.com.
There are many ways you can help improve The Journal Club. You can submit new papers, datasets and codes.
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