Top 5 tools for thesis writing

Writing a thesis might be the most demanding thing one does in their academic life. It requires a great deal of meticulous work and managing your time effectively. Luckily, we live in a digital age where there are a number of tools and resources that can help reduce the burden off your shoulder to a considerable extent. Let us take a look at some of the tools available and how it can help us.

1. SpellCheckPlus
A PhD dissertation can have up to 80,000 words which is a lot of words for one person to write. In this process, it is only natural that one makes spelling errors. Proofreading manually for spelling errors can be quite the task which is why we suggest you use SpellCheckPlus. Not only does it correct mistakes, it puts them into categories and provides feedback to improve the overall written work. There is a free and an upgradable pro feature with many useful features.

2. Docear
Writing a thesis literally ends up drowning you in paper. Keeping them organized and catalogued in an identifiable system is a humongous task which takes away precious writing time. Docear is a unique literature management tool that helps makes searching, organizing and creating academic literature fairly easily. It is designed especially for academicians. It lets you sort documents and annotations also view multiple annotations from many documents. It has a range of in-built features ranging from pdf management to mind mapping, which makes creating and making literature extremely easy.

3. BibMe
The second hardest thing to do other than keep literature organized is maintaining bibliographies. BibMe provides the unique feature of fully automated function to generate citations and creating works cited pages. It allows you to select the style of writing APA, MLA or Chicago/Turabian. Then, search your source from a datable, click add and download when done and your bibliography has been built.

4. iA Writer
This simple text editor has been designed to make the writing process more efficient and enjoyable. It offers multiple modes such as ‘focus mode’ ‘diffused mode’ version control etc. which helps us do that.

5. Mindmup
Our mind is a complex thing! One moment the thoughts are flowing, connections are getting made and answers seem evident and just a short while later when you try to pen it down, it’s all gone. To avoid this from happening when you write your thesis, choose Mindmup. An online mind-mapping tool that helps you easily represent ideas visually and collaborate with people.

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