On a desktop, users drag with their mouse. Papr can also suggest connections with scientists who like the same preprints, by linking to their Twitter accounts — which could help scientists to meet new collaborators, says Strayer. So far, around people have signed in to use the app, although many more are doing so anonymously, adds McGowan. Papr could collect interesting data, Strayer says. He and McGowan are thinking about releasing a leaderboard of the most popular papers, and also throwing preprints from the ArXiv physical-sciences server into the mix.
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