Repository of Published Research, Presentations, etc.

A place to keep track of reference material - any particularly useful books, articles, etc. should be listed here.
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Liam David
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Repository of Published Research, Presentations, etc.

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I've compiled quite the collection of research papers, presentations, and general IEC material over the years, and I'd like to make these available to the forums. Many of these ~250 items are behind paywalls but I'm fortunate to have access through my university. I won't post a link to a public Google drive out of concern for copyrights and the like, but I'm not sure how to best accomplish this. Perhaps a whitelisted Google drive? Is this something people would be interested in?

A sample of the files
A sample of the files
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My company research library has several hundred fusion textbooks and thousands of papers that I've collected over the last 30 years.
We also have a 200GB google repository of around 6000 fusion related papers in pdf form.

I use a Dropbox account to share some of the papers whenever asked:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/njmht1adrzhq ... zH3Wa?dl=0
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I'd definitely be interested!
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It's about time I make all these IEC papers accessible to everyone here...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

Send me a private message or email with your Google account and I'll give you access, on the condition that you do not redistribute.
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Liam,

Are you familiar with Zotero? It is a very handy free software tool to organize massive amounts of research articles like you have collected. If you haven't tried it before, I'd highly recommend it! It has been extremely useful to me in grad school so far.
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I haven't used it before but thanks for the recommendation. I'll give it a try, especially now that I'm starting grad school as well. I've got well over 1000 papers and that's growing daily... it gets pretty annoying renaming the files from 1.0034798954.pdf to something I can usefully peruse.
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I'll give a hearty recommendation for Zotero as well, the add-on for the browser is fantastic, and if you have to generate a bibliography it's got some great tools to do it automatically for you.
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