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Review: DeepDyve works like a low-cost subscription to expensive journals

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    DeepDyve brings true change to scholarly and professional research with its affordable rentals and free full-text previews.

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At a Glance

DeepDyve brings true change to scholarly and professional research with its affordable rentals and free full-text previews.

Price when rated: Free access full articles for five minutes a day; $20 for five 30-day rentals; $40/month for 40 monthly rentals

Pros

  • Supports thousands of different journals
  • Lets you preview entire articles for free
  • Very easy to use; start renting in minutes

Cons

  • Misleading wording in professional account
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