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Kelvin Smith Library
This is a guide to conducting systematic reviews, a structured, comprehensive approach to reviewing the literature on a selected topic.
There are a number of software programs that have been developed to help researchers with systematic reviews. A few are listed below with brief descriptions and icons indicating whether they are available for free.
Colandr was developed through a partnership between the Science for Nature and People Partnership Evidence-Based Conservation working group (SNAPP), DataKind, and Conservation International. It is free, although it requires users to register with a username and password. It includes collaborative screening options as well as project management tools.
Rayyan, described earlier in this guide, was developed by the Qatar Computing Research Institute. It can be used for collaborating on systematic reviews, includes a mobile app, and is available for free.