Type in the search box to search or browse the arχiv. The input box will automatically detect any arχiv category matching what you type.
If you are mobile, click an article title to expand the view.
The 'Save' button on each article puts it in the Saved list. This list will persist even when you close your browser and reopen it.
The 'Delete' button removes an article from the Saved list. You will only see this button when looking at the Saved list.
The 'Similar' button finds similar articles.
Use the 'Help' tab on the navbar to see a short version of these instructions at any time without navigating away from content.
Optional: for more refined searches:
Enclose phrases in quotes.
Require a word or phrase by preceding it by "+".
Use ti:", "abs:", "cat:", and "date:" to specify parts of your search in the title, abstract, category, and date fields.
Combine pieces with "and" and "or". At the moment, no parentheses are allowed, so use the distributive property and expand things. (If your query is that complicated, you are making your life needlessly hard.)
Searches are as inclusive as possible and sorted by a matching score. The farther you go in the results, the more noise (less relevance) you will encounter. The exception: if your search includes a "cat:" tag, the results are sorted by date rather than score. If you want to display by score within a category, use the category code (e.g., math.AG) without the "cat:" tag. Here are two examples showing the difference: first, second
If you want an exact author match, use the "au:" tag. Otherwise, just enter the author's name as plain text or between quotes (for stricter matches).
To find a particular paper by id, use "id:[ID]", where ID is the arxiv id. Here's an example.
The 'Search' button in the upper left will take you to the last search you did. The 'MArχiv' button will take you to a clean slate. You can always search or browse, no matter where you are on the site.