About Elicit
Learn more about how Elicit works here.
How can I use Elicit for literature review?
Elicit can help with each stage of paper collection and analysis: find papers screen papers for inclusion systematically extract data from papers You ...
Where does Elicit source its results from?
Elicit searches across over 126 million academic papers from the Semantic Scholar corpus across all academic disciplines. Our current library excee...
How does Elicit calculate citation counts?
Our citation data comes from Semantic Scholar. Here's where you can read more about their methodology: https://www.semanticscholar.org/faq#estimated-...
How can I cite Elicit?
In terms of citing Elicit, you can use something like: @software{elicit, author = {{Elicit}}, title = {Elicit: The AI Research Assistant}, url = ...
How can I trust the reliability of results for literature reviews? Does Elicit run the same risk of "hallucination" as other AI tools?
It is essential that an AI research assistant is accurate and trustworthy! Elicit is focused on reducing hallucinations and ensuring reliability. We u...
What are the limitations of Elicit?
To help you calibrate how much you can rely on Elicit, we’ll share some of the limitations you should be aware of as you use Elicit: Elicit uses langu...
How is Elicit different from other research tools?
With the Elicit Literature Review workflow, you can:  Find relevant papers even if they don’t match keywords. Elicit uses semantic similarity, which f...