What is the DeepDyve plugin? What does it do?
Do you use Google Scholar or PubMed to search for articles? Now it's easy to see which articles are available to you on DeepDyve with the DeepDyve Plugin.
The DeepDyve Plugin is an extension that works with Chrome, Firefox, and Edge that automatically adds a link to DeepDyve articles directly from search results on Google Scholar and PubMed.
Installing the DeepDyve Plugin
|Chrome||Visit the Chrome extension page and click "Add to Chrome". Once it's installed, click the DeepDyve logo in the top right and log into your account.|
|Firefox||Visit the Firefox extension page and click "Add to Firefox". Once it's installed, click the DeepDyve logo in the top right and log into your account.|
|Edge||Visit the Edge extension page and click "Get". Click on the "Extensions" icon in the top corner and then on the DeepDyve plugin. Log into your account.|
Using the plugin
Once you have the extension installed, visit PubMed or Google Scholar and begin a search. Each search result will now show a DeepDyve badge:
If you see the "available" banner on a search result, that means the full text of the article is available for reading at DeepDyve. Click the badge to pull up links to read or download the article (if download is available) or to add it to your personal or shared folders.
Even if an article isn't available for reading, you can still put the citation information into a DeepDyve folder.