Trends in Reference Management

Trends in Reference Management

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Martin Fenner

April 01, 2012
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  1. Trends in Reference Management Martin Fenner Depatment of Hematology, Hemostaseology,

    Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation
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  3. Reference Manager Personal store of knowledge Index for reprint collection

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  4. Manuscript Reference Manager Facilitate bibliography creation

  5. Reference retrieval from online databases Reference Manager Database Z39.50

  6. COMPUTER SOITWARE REVIEWS J. Chem. In& Comput. Sci., Vol. 32,

    No. 6, 1992 755 EndNote Plus: Enhanced Reference Database and Bibliography Maker Brian Warling Louise Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA Center for the Health Sciences, Los Angeles, California 90024- 1798 Received July 28, 1992 There is probably a no more tedious or unpleasant task as creating bibliographies for scientific papers. This problem is further exacerbated by the fact that different journals require different reference styles. A paper submitted to Science requires one style, while one submitted to the Journal ofthe American Chemical Society demands another. Manually formating one lengthy reference list, let alone having to do it all over again for another journal, takes an incredible amount of time. Fortunately, the personal computer revolution came about, and this chore is now almost effortless. There are currently a number of software packages available for both the Apple Macintosh and IBM compatibles, programs such as Pro-Cite, Reference Manager, and Papyrus, that make this task much less tiresome. In addition, the advanced searching features of these programs make them ideal for bringing order to those ever-expanding reprint files. The subject of this review is EndNote Plus for the Macintosh field to the journal article type. As a further demonstration of its flexibility, EndNote Plus permits the creation of user- defined reference types. Data entry is accomplished in one of two ways. First, references can be entered directly by the user. A reference type is selected, and EndNote Plus opens an edit window where authors, title, etc. are entered. The program automatically saves each reference in the library database. It is also a simple matter to copy references from one library to another. The other method of data entry involves importing references from an online literature search. This is an important option, since more and more personal computer users are running their own searches in a variety of mainframe-based and CD- ROM databases, such as MEDLINE, CAS ONLINE, INSPEC, and PsycLIT. More importantly, importing ref- erences from online searches into EndNote Plus library databases takes a fraction of the time as compared to manual It is hard to imagine a reprint file management and bibliography generation program that does more than EndNote Plus. Not only does it automatically assemble bibliographies from inserted in-text citations, it also incorporates many powerful searching features to help manage those growing reprint collections. 1992
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    ® (Digital Object Identifier) is a permanent link to published full text like journal articles, book chapters, conference papers, or other content. DOIs ensure that researchers can follow links to the content they need, every time. Unlike a URL, which can change, or disappear altogether, a DOI remains the same. This way, the document can be discovered, even if the URL changes, with the following benefits for researchers and librarians ! Reader navigation through article references increases usage of electronic resources. ()&'4!%#0!-&5/$/+!$*(!%#0!/0'0$/.#0/! Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
  10. Online Version Reference Manager Sharing references with others

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  13. Reference Manager Fulltext Paper Database Organize fulltext papers

  14. Papers · your personal library of research 2007

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    doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.230 Jane Doe Jane Bloggs Tuesday, 8 December 2009
  28. Psychoceramics Review + gbilder.crossref.org ORCID 447766410380 Tuesday, 8 December 2009

    Psychoceramics Review DOI + gbilder.crossref.org ORCID 447766410380 Tuesday, 8 December 2009
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  30. Compiler Reviewer Author Programmer

  31. Co-Author Co-Developer Colleague Edited By GEEK

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  39. Current Research Information System (CRIS) ORCID Researcher DataCite Research Data

    DOI Publication ? Grants no standard Discovery Evaluation Access Institutional Repository citations? downloads? peer review? other? Social Networking
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    Lambert Heller Victor Henning
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