3 Ways to Use bundleIQ to Boost Research and Analysis

2 min readNov 17, 2022
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Are you a student, professor, or analyst struggling to keep up with the amount of information you have to read and write?

Our latest features offer some reprieve from information management and sensemaking.

With our new AI-powered search and summarization, you can quickly and easily find the information you need without spending hours combing through pages. This is a huge time saver, especially when you’re researching for a project or paper. You can quickly locate relevant information without spending hours looking through pages of text.

Our workspace not only creates a knowledge graph of PDFs and notes but also allows the researcher to see relationships between different pieces of information making it possible to identify patterns and trends that would otherwise be difficult to discern.

Summarize PDFs in Seconds

Three Features To Boost Your Productivity

AI-Powered Summarization

  1. Save time by automatically creating summaries of text documents
  2. Generate reports or articles or newsletters on a given topic
  3. Find new ideas or perspectives by extracting key points from a text document

AI-powered Correlations

  1. Identify relationships between different data sets
  2. Understand more by providing insights that you might not have otherwise had access to
  3. Make better decisions

AI-powered Search

  1. Find the correct information faster and more efficiently
  2. Find the information you may not have found otherwise
  3. Save time and effort in your search for information


bundleIQ offers a new way to search, summarize, share, and discover information using AI-powered technology. Using bundleIQ can save you time and bring clarity to your knowledge work by automatically creating summaries of text documents, finding relationships between different data sets, and providing insights you might not have had access to.

Get started for free — www.bundleiq.com




bundleIQ is an AI Knowledge Base used by researchers and writers to learn more in less time.