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Tuesday, 13 July 2010 14:59


EndNote is one of the first and most extended applications for managing bibliographies and lists of references.

Besides organizing references, PDF documents, pictures and other files, it allows users to instantly create reference lists when citing articles within the text, search in databases such as Web of Science and, with its new web-based interface, manage and share all this information through the Internet.

Organizing references is EndNote's main function. Through a simple template 46 types of references may be entered, each with up to 52 fields for data and links to PDF files and pictures. References may be grouped, even automatically, so that all references related to a given subject are added to the chosen group on the go.

EndNote offers more than 4500 citing styles, so we may adapt our reference lists to the desired style; and its importing capabilities ensure we can add lists coming from a wide range of sources (Internet databases, for instance).

Moreover, EndNote includes a useful function designed to automatically create reference lists, so that when we type an in-text cite in the article we are currently writing in, for instance, Microsoft Word or Apple Pages, the application compiles them instantly, saving us the tedious work of checking if each cite has been correctly referenced.

EndNote Web extends the application's functions to the Web 2.0, enabling us to access our personal library from any place, and to share the reference groups we have created.

Read about EndNote's main features, watch an online demonstration of its newest features, or read more information about EndNote's web application.

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