Answered By: Ian Fraser Last Updated: Apr 22, 2021
There are a few tools worth considering for help in conducting systematic reviews of the literature.
- Rayyan (free, open-source, though some aspects may require a fee) This popular tool works well for systematic review management.
- Abstrackr (at present is free, open-source) helps you upload and organize the results of a literature search for a systematic review. It also makes it possible for your team to screen, organize, and manipulate all of your abstracts in one place.
- RevMan Web (free for academic use but not for commercial projects) A software used to write and edit Cochran Reviews
If you’re new to Systematic Reviews, UManitoba Libraries has a great guide (including webinars) dedicated to this topic: https://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/SRWS. If you have specific questions, you may wish to reach out to the subject librarian in your area.