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How to read/analyze/organize papers the right way?

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Hello everyone. I am new to GradCafe as I will be an upcoming graduate student in the Fall 2019. I got into a summer research internship this summer, and I want to make the most out of it. 

I will be working with two students. They sent me a thesis and a few papers to read about their work, motivation, and experiment. 

  • What is the best and most effective way to read papers? In undergrad, I feel as if it is very different.
  • How do you guys analyze papers/thesis? What should I be looking for? 
  • What software do you use to sort/cite what you read online? 
  • Any other tips for a newbie?

Thank you!

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