A list of Chrome Extensions that might be useful to computer science graduate students.
Inverts brightness of web pages and aims to reduce eyestrain while browsing the web.
Stay productive by giving you insights on browsing habits and by notifying.
Display tabs vertically in a sidebar on web pages. Support drag-and-drop, search, filter on tabs. (Sometimes this plugin creates a weird layout.)
Create easy-to-navigate code tree in Github, for file browsing and downloads.
Simplifies the GitHub interface and adds useful features
Finds and shows links to code implementations for research papers directly on Google, Arxiv, Scholar, Twitter, Github, and more.
Reading and Writing
Copy BibTex from GScholar result page with 1 click!
This extension gets your bibtex citation through your text selection within one-click.
Use Grammarly on Chrome.
This plugin displays your text in a textarea so you can use spellcheck plugins like Grammarly. (It may not be that effective if your paper contains a bunch of equations.)
Access the LaTeX source code of arXiv papers on Overleaf.
Find Korea when you go to academic conferences.
Not a Chrome Extension, but Still Useful
Instantly convert every math equation in Google Docs documents into latex images.