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What is the best PDF reader, annotator, and organizer for academic scholars using a Mac? Is there such an application and/or software package truly capable of meeting the endless and demanding needs of academic researchers?

This almost wholly depends on the field. As an evolutionary biologist, besides MS Office, web browsers and mail, I use the following... For stats/programming/plotting/analysis etc.. R, RStudio and Eclipse, For organising/searching literature. Papers and Mendeley For organising my time/todo lists. Wunderlist/kit For writing papers. Texshop, Scrivener (also Sweave in R). For presentations. Keynote For keeping in touch/conferences. Skype For keeping on track. Pomodoro and SelfControl And finally, Quicksilver, a task launcher, and Cyberduck for FTP.

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If it remains free and open-source, I might even write my own parser for it sometime to see if it's possible. What's also nice is that a user can write a custom annotation with their favorite tools, even in Scala. This makes the annotations more self-contained and easier to share. Annotations made using SBT will be automatically added to the project using SBT add annotation. The output will look something like this: {:tag “java.Lang” :author “Friedrich Hamburger” :date :} Here an annotation of the form :tags is added to the project, and the :date of creation is automatically included. The SBT dependency provides the following plugins for working with the Eclipse project configuration: sbt-junit-repetition (replaces sbt-junit) sbt-junit(replaces sbt-junit) sbt-buildpack, for building the project into a .jar for use with java-buildpack sbt-buildpack(adds a build pack to use Java 6) sbt-junit-plugin(allows adding annotation processing on JUnit tests) The sbt-java-buildpack plugin adds support for building a Java project to a .war.