An open source abstract review tool created by Brown University, Abstrackr is a free program that you can use to facilitate citation screening for systematic reviews. The program will allow participants to collaboratively screen and annotate abstracts for relevance.
Covidence is an online systematic review management tool that allows for independent title/abstract screening, full text screening, data extraction and risk of bias assessment. The user can get one free trial (one SR) and then a subscription is required.
HAWC is a modular, content management system designed to store, display, and synthesize multiple data sources for the purpose of producing human health assessments of chemicals. This online application documents the overall workflow of developing an assessment, from literature search and systematic review, to data extraction (human epidemiology, animal bioassay, and in vitro assay), dose-response analysis, and finally evidence synthesis and visualization.
SUMMARI from the Joanna Briggs Institute is Systematic Review software designed to assist researchers and practitioners in fields such as health, social sciences and humanities. SUMARI supports 10 review types, including reviews of effectiveness, qualitative research, economic evaluations, prevalence/incidence, aetiology/risk, mixed methods, umbrella/overviews, text/opinion, diagnostic test accuracy and scoping reviews. It facilitates the entire review process, from protocol development, team management, study selection, critical appraisal, data extraction, data synthesis and writing your systematic review report. Essentially, it is a word processor, reference management program, statistical and qualitative data analysis program all in one easy to use web application.
This is only for use of non-commercial projects. Review Manager 5 (RevMan 5) is the software used for preparing and maintaining Cochrane Reviews. RevMan facilitates preparation of protocols and full reviews, including text, characteristics of studies, comparison tables, and study data. It can perform meta-analysis of the data entered, and present the results graphically. You can also use RevMan to write reviews of diagnostic test accuracy studies, reviews of studies of methodology and overviews of reviews.