You won't realize Elicit's full power until you add columns to your table.

Columns automate the work of extracting the same information across papers. They help you evaluate which papers are relevant and efficiently organize information about the state of research. 

This video demonstrates how to integrate them into your Elicit workflow - 

When Elicit can't find the information or isn't sure, you'll see a dash ( - ). Click the dash to see the paragraph Elicit thinks is most likely to have the answer. 

Then, you can use this excerpt to navigate to the most relevant part of the paper. 

Here's an example using a machine learning question: "What are the best performing models on CommonsenseQA?" 


I strongly recommend you try the columns!

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