Comparison of reference management software

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The following tables compare reference management software.

General[edit]

In the "notes" section, there is a difference between:

  • web-based, referring to applications that may be installed on a web server (usually requiring MySQL or another database and PHP, Perl, Python, or some other language for web applications)
  • centrally-hosted website
Software Developer First public release Latest stable version Cost (USD) Free software License Notes
Aigaion Aigaion developers 2005-01 2012-01-18 (2.2) Free Yes GPL web-based
Bebop ALaRI Institute 2007-11-08 2009-11-10 (1.1) Free Yes BSD web-based BibTeX front-end
BibBase Christian Fritz 2005 2013-07 (v3) Free No proprietary centrally-hosted website, intended for publication pages
BibDesk BibDesk developers 2002-04 2013-05-04 (1.6.1) Free Yes BSD BibTeX front-end + repository
Biblioscape CG Information 1997 2012-04-01 (9.0.8.8) US$79-299[1] No proprietary ODBC; web access in Pro ed; optional client/server
BibSonomy University of Kassel 2006-01 2013-11-18 (2.0.37) Free Yes GPL, LGPL[2] centrally-hosted website
Bibus Bibus developers 2004-06-03 2009–10 (1.5.0) Free Yes GPL
Bookends Sonny Software 1988 (Mac) / 1983 (Apple II+) 2012-1-14 (11.2.4) US$99[1] No proprietary integrated web search, pdf download, auto-completion
Citavi Swiss Academic Software 2006-02-13 2014-02-17 (4.3) US$79-219 / Free for projects up to 100 references No proprietary search databases from interface[3]
CiteULike Oversity Limited 2004-11 ? Free No proprietary[4] centrally-hosted website
colwiz colwiz Ltd 2011 May 2014 Free / Online storage free up to 3 GB / Additional storage space available No proprietary Desktop (Win, Mac, Linux) & Web components, iOS and Android
Docear Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg and University of California, Berkeley 2009-05-11 2014-02-18 (1.03) Free Yes GPL Java BibTeX manager that integrates Mind mapping software
EndNote Thomson Reuters 1988 2014 (X7.1) US$299.95[1] No proprietary The web version EndNote Basic (formerly, EndNote Web) is free of charge
JabRef JabRef developers 2003-11-29 2014-03-11 (2.10) Free Yes GPL Java BibTeX manager
KBibTeX KBibTeX developers 2005-08 2013-12-29 (0.5) Free Yes GPL BibTeX front-end, using the KDE Software Compilation
Mendeley Elsevier 2008-08 2014 (1.11) Free / Online storage free up to 2 GB / Additional storage space available No (proprietary OS API clients exist) Desktop & Web components, Windows, Linux, OS X, iPhone & iPad
Papers Springer 2007 2012-11-22 (2.4.0) US$79[1] No proprietary search repositories from interface; supports plug-ins, Universal iOS app
Pybliographer pybliographer developers 1998-10-30 (0.2) 2010-10-14 (1.2.14) Free Yes GPL Python/GTK2
Qiqqa Qiqqa 2010-04 2012-07 (v44) Free No proprietary Desktop; centrally hosted website
ReadCube Labtiva 2011-10 2014-05 (v2.0.10805) Free desktop & mobile app / Cloud Storage $5/month, $45/year Yes proprietary Desktop & Web components, integrated web search, enhanced PDF reader, iOS App
refbase refbase developers 2003-06-03 2014-02-28 (0.9.6) Free Yes GPL web-based for institutional repositories/self-archiving[5]
RefDB refdb developers 2001-04-25 2007-11-05 (0.9.9) Free Yes GPL network-transparent; XML/SGML bibliographies
Reference Manager Thomson Reuters 1984 2010 (12.0.3) US$239.95[1] No proprietary network version available; built-in web publishing tool
Referencer Referencer developers  ? 2013-05-07 (1.2.0) Free Yes GPL BibTeX front-end
RefWorks RefWorks / ProQuest 2001 2013 US$100 per year No proprietary web-based, browser-accessed, centrally-hosted program
SciRef Scientific Programs 2012 2012-11-20 (1.0) US$38.90 / Free trial version No proprietary
Sente Third Street Software, Inc. 2004 2013 (6.6) US$30-50[1] / Free for libraries up to 100 refs No proprietary Desktop and iPad, centralized backup/synching
Wikindx Mark Grimshaw 2004-02 2013-05-13 (4.2.1) Free Yes GPL web-based
WizFolio WizPatent 2008-06 2011-01 (Avatara) US$25 / Free Basic version No proprietary centrally-hosted website
Zotero Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at GMU 2006-10-05 2014-04-30 (4.0.20.2) Free / Online storage free up to 300 MB / Additional storage space available Yes AGPL Firefox extension or stand-alone with connectors for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Web-based access to reference library also available.

Operating system support[edit]

In the case of web applications, this describes the server OS. For centrally-hosted websites that are proprietary, this is not applicable. Any client OS can connect to a web service unless stated otherwise in a footnote.

Software Windows Mac OS X Linux BSD Unix iOS App Android App Windows App
Aigaion Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
Bebop Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
BibBase N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ? ? ?
BibDesk No Yes No No No ? ? ?
Biblioscape Yes No No No No No No No
BibSonomy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ? ? ?
Bibus Yes Experimental Yes Yes Yes No No No
Bookends No Yes No No No Yes ? ?
Citavi Yes No No No No No No No
CiteULike N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ? ? ?
colwiz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Docear Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ? ?
EndNote Yes Yes No No No Yes No No
JabRef Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
KBibTeX Experimental Experimental Yes Yes Yes No No No
Mendeley Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Experimental[6] No
Papers Yes[7] Yes No No No Yes No No
Pybliographer Partial[8] Partial[8] Yes Yes Yes No No No
Qiqqa Yes No No No No No Yes No
ReadCube Yes Yes No No No Yes No No
refbase Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
RefDB Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
Reference Manager Yes[9] No No No No No No No
Referencer No No Yes No No ? ? ?
RefWorks[10] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ? ?
SciRef Yes No No No No ? ? ?
Sente No Yes No No No ? ? ?
Wikindx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No
WizFolio Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ? ?
Zotero Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes third party third party No

Export file formats[edit]

This table lists the machine-readable file formats that can be exported from reference managers. These are typically used to share data with other reference managers or with other people who use a reference manager. To exchange data from one program to another, the first program must be able to export to a format that the second program may import. Import file formats are in a table below this one.

Software BibTeX Endnote/Refer/BibIX Medline MODS XML RIS Other
Aigaion Yes No No No Yes none
Bebop Yes No No No No unAPI
BibBase Yes No No No No none
BibDesk Yes No Yes Yes Yes Endnote XML, user customizable
Biblioscape Yes Yes Yes No Yes none
BibSonomy Yes Yes No No Yes various [4]
Bibus Yes Yes Yes No Yes SQLite
Bookends Yes Yes Yes No Yes various user-customizable
Citavi Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes various
CiteULike Yes No No No Yes COinS, Delicious
colwiz Yes Yes No Yes Yes EndNote XML, CSL formatted HTML
Docear Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes BibTeXML, DocBook, OpenDocument for OO.o, SQL database, user-customizable
EndNote Yes Yes Yes No Yes various[11]
JabRef Yes Yes No Yes Depends[12] BibTeXML, DocBook, OpenDocument for OO.o, SQL database, user-customizable
KBibTeX Yes Yes No Depends[13] Yes PDF, PostScript, HTML, XML, RTF
Mendeley Yes Yes No No Yes Endnote XML
Papers Yes Yes No No Yes Bookends, CSV, Endnote XML, PDF
Pybliographer Yes Yes Yes No No Ovid
ReadCube Yes Yes No No Yes none
Qiqqa Yes No No No No none
refbase Yes Yes No Yes Yes COinS, OpenDocument for OO.o, SRW XML via SRU, unAPI, Word XML
RefDB Yes Yes No Yes Yes SRW XML via SRU web service, DocBook, TEI
Reference Manager No No No No Yes MEDLARS, TSV, CSV, Reference Manager XML, user-customizable
Referencer Yes No No No No none
RefWorks Yes Yes No No Yes various[14]
SciRef No No No No Yes Plain text, RTF
Sente Yes Yes No No Yes user-customizable
Wikindx Yes Yes No Yes Yes COinS
WizFolio No No No No Yes No
Zotero Yes Yes No Yes Yes RDF, TEI, Wikipedia citation templates, Endnote XML

Import file formats[edit]

This table lists the file formats which may be manually imported into the reference managers without needing to connect to one particular database. Many of these database companies use the same name for their file format as they do for their database (including Copac, CSA, ISI, Medline, Ovid, PubMed, and SciFinder). For the ability to retrieve citations from the particular databases (rather than the file format), please refer to the database connectivity table that is below this table.

Software BibTeX Copac CSA Endnote/Refer/BibIX ISI Medline MODS XML Ovid PubMed RIS SciFinder Other
Aigaion Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No none
Bebop Yes No No No No No No No No No No none
BibBase Yes No No No No No No No No No No none
BibDesk Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes MARC, JSTOR, Reference Miner
Biblioscape Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes  ?
BibSonomy Yes No No Yes No No No No No No No Firefox bookmarks
Bibus Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes No none
Bookends Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes various [5]; user-customizable
Citavi Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes various
CiteULike Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No none
colwiz Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No with built-in browser, bookmarklet
Docear Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes BibTexML, Biblioscape, Biomail, Inspec, JSTOR, MSBib, PDF widh XMP annotations, REPEC (NEP), SilverPlatter, SixPack
EndNote No[15] No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes various[16]
JabRef Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes BibTexML, Biblioscape, Biomail, Inspec, JSTOR, MSBib, PDF widh XMP annotations, REPEC (NEP), SilverPlatter, SixPack
KBibTeX Yes No No Yes No No Depends[13] No Yes Yes No none
Mendeley Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes No Browser bookmarks
Papers Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No Endnote ENW, Endnote XML, CHM eBook, PDF
Pybliographer Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No none
Qiqqa Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No none
ReadCube Yes No No No No No No No Yes No No none
refbase Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes RefWorks
RefDB Yes Yes[13] No Yes[13] Yes[13] Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes[13] MARC, risx
Reference Manager Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes various;[17] user-customizable
Referencer Yes No No Yes No No Yes No No Yes No none
RefWorks Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes various[18]
SciRef No No No Yes No No No No No Yes No  ?
Sente Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Dublin Core, Marc21 SUTRS, JSTOR, SilverPlatter
Wikindx Yes Depends[13] No Yes[citation needed] Depends[13] No Depends[13] No Yes[citation needed] Yes[citation needed] No User plug-ins[citation needed]
WizFolio No No No No No No No No No Yes No Internet Browser bookmarks[19]
Zotero[20] Yes No[21] No[21] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No COinS, MARC, RDF, unAPI, Browser bookmarks, Endnote XML

Citation styles[edit]

Software APA Chicago/Turabian Harvard MLA Other Extension method
Aigaion Yes Yes Yes Yes BMJ, IEEE OSBIB
Bebop No No No No none none
BibBase Yes No No No none none
BibDesk Yes No No No various BibDesk export templates
Biblioscape Yes Yes Yes Yes 2000+ styles[citation needed] GUI style editor
BibSonomy Yes No Yes No none none
Bibus Yes No No No user-contributed bibus format (through GUI)
Bookends Yes Yes Yes Yes various[citation needed] ?
Citavi Yes Yes Yes Yes Any BibTeX style, plus 2900+ Citavi styles. Styles for journals are created upon request and centrally corrected Citavi format, conditions and programmable components supported (through GUI)
CiteULike Yes Yes Yes Yes various[citation needed] none
colwiz Yes Yes Yes Yes 6750+ styles CSL
Docear Yes Yes Yes Yes any BibTeX style BibTeX
EndNote Yes Yes Yes Yes 6506 EndNote format (through GUI)
JabRef Yes Yes Yes Yes any BibTeX style BibTeX
KBibTeX Yes Yes Yes Yes any BibTeX style BibTeX
Mendeley Yes Yes Yes Yes 6781 styles CSL
Papers Yes Yes Yes Yes 6390+ styles CSL
Pybliographer Yes No No No none Pybliographer XML
Qiqqa Yes Yes Yes Yes 6390+ styles BibTeX and CSL
ReadCube Yes Yes Yes Yes 6390+ styles BibTeX and CSL
refbase Yes Yes Yes Yes various polar & marine journals PHP
RefDB Yes Yes Yes Yes Various biomedical & law journals XML (citestylex.dtd), interactive script
Reference Manager Yes Yes Yes Yes various Template:GUI style editor
Referencer ? ? ? ? ? ?
RefWorks Yes Yes Yes Yes various RefWorks format through GUI
SciRef Yes Yes Yes Yes various SciRef format through GUI
Sente Yes Yes Yes Yes various[citation needed] Sente format through GUI
Wikindx Yes Yes Yes Yes BMJ, IEEE, Editor supplied OSBIB
WizFolio Yes Yes Yes Yes various WizFolio format (through GUI)
Zotero Yes Yes Yes Yes 6770+ styles CSL

Reference list file formats[edit]

Software HTML LaTeX[22] RTF Plain text RSS Other
Aigaion Yes No Yes Yes ? No
Bebop Yes No No No Yes unAPI
BibBase Yes No No No Yes No
BibDesk Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Atom, DOC, PDF, XML,
Biblioscape Yes No Yes Yes No No
BibSonomy Yes No Yes Yes Yes OpenOffice-CSV
Bibus Yes No No No No No
Bookends Yes No Yes Yes No clipboard
Citavi Yes Depends[23] Yes Yes No clipboard, DOC, ODT, PDF, HTML
CiteULike Yes No Yes Yes Yes PDF
colwiz Yes Yes Yes No No PDF
Docear Yes ? Yes Yes No clipboard
EndNote Yes No Yes Yes No clipboard, XML
JabRef Yes ? Depends Yes No clipboard
KBibTeX Yes No Yes No No PDF, PS
Mendeley Yes No Yes Yes Yes clipboard, embeddable HTML widget, RSS
Papers ? ? ? ? ? ?
Pybliographer Yes ? No Yes No No
ReadCube Yes No No No No PDF
refbase Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Markdown, PDF, unAPI
RefDB Yes ? Yes Yes No DocBook, TEI
Reference Manager Yes No Yes Yes No clipboard
Referencer ? ? ? ? ? ?
RefWorks Partial[24] No Yes Yes Yes DOC, ODT
SciRef No No Yes Yes No Doc, others
Sente Yes No Yes Yes No clipboard
Wikindx Yes No Yes No Yes No
WizFolio Yes No Yes Yes No clipboard, DOC
Zotero Yes No Yes No Yes clipboard

Word processor integration[edit]

Most reference management software supports copy/paste or drag-and-drop of references into any editor. Some reference management software includes further support for automatic embedding and (re)formatting of references in some programs. This table lists support for the latter for Microsoft Word and Apache OpenOffice / LibreOffice Writer and the LaTeX editors Kile and LyX. Other programs are able to scan RTF or other textual formats to insert references.

Software Microsoft Word Apache OpenOffice / LibreOffice Kile/LyX RTF scan[25] Other
Aigaion No No No No none
Bebop No No No No none
BibBase No No No No none
BibDesk No No Yes ? ?
Biblioscape Yes No No ? WordPerfect
BibSonomy No No No No none
Bibus Yes Yes No ? none
Bookends Yes No No Yes Mellel, Nisus
Citavi Yes Yes Yes[26] Yes OpenDocument Text scan, LEd, Texmaker, TeXnicCenter, TeXstudio, TeXworks, WinEdt, WinShell, WinTeX
CiteULike No No No No none
colwiz Yes Yes No ? NeoOffice , Star Office
Docear Yes Yes Yes ? Emacs, Vim, WinEdt
EndNote Yes Yes No Yes Pages
JabRef Depends[27] Yes Yes ? Emacs, Vim, WinEdt
KBibTeX No No Yes ? none
Mendeley Yes Yes No ? NeoOffice
Papers Yes Yes ? ? Pages, Mellel, TextEdit; HTML
Pybliographer No Yes Yes ? none
Qiqqa Yes No Yes No none
ReadCube Yes No No No none
refbase No Yes[28] No Yes PIRA, MediaWiki, SPIP
RefDB No No No No none
Reference Manager Yes No No ? none
Referencer ? ? ? ? ?
RefWorks Yes No No Yes none
SciRef Yes No No No No
Sente Yes No No Yes Pages, Mellel, Nisus, TextEdit; HTML and plain text scan
Wikindx No No No Yes Integrated WYSIWYG word processor (RTF output for Word/OpenOffice)
WizFolio Yes Yes No ? Google Docs, Zoho Writer
Zotero Yes Yes (with LyZ)[29] Yes NeoOffice, Google Docs

Database connectivity[edit]

This table lists the academic databases and search engines which reference managers can import from. In some cases, a search and retrieval can be conducted directly in the reference manager. In others, a bookmarklet or Firefox extension will allow a site to be scraped.

Software ArXiv CiteSeer IEEE Xplore PubMed Other
Aigaion No No No No none
Bebop No No No No No
BibBase No No No No DBLP, Zotero, BibSonomy, Mendeley
BibDesk Yes Yes No Yes ACM portal, Jstor, DBLP, Google Scholar, Web of Science, any Z39.50 or Entrez, and others
Biblioscape No No No Yes Import from integrated web browser
BibSonomy Yes Yes Yes Yes various[30]
Bibus No No No Yes none
Bookends Yes No No Yes Web of Science, Amazon, Google Scholar, Z39.50
Citavi Yes Yes Yes Yes WorldCat/OCLC, Ovid, EBSCO, ProQuest, Web of Science, Z39.50 (4700+ online resources), DOI lookup, ISBN lookup
CiteULike Yes Yes Yes Yes various [6]
colwiz Yes Yes Yes Yes Over 30 repositories, Import from integrated web browser
Docear ? ? ? ? ?
EndNote Yes No Yes Yes various[31] any Z39.50
JabRef Yes Yes Yes Yes ACM portal, Jstor, INSPIRE-HEP
KBibTeX Yes Yes Yes Yes BibSonomy, CiteBase, CSB, DBLP, Google Scholar, ScienceDirect, INSPIRE-HEP, Z MATH, Z39.50
Mendeley Yes Yes Yes Yes various [7]
Papers Yes Yes Yes Yes ACM, ADS, Google Books, Google Scholar, JSTOR, MathSciNet, Project Muse, Scopus, Web of Science
Pybliographer No No No Yes none
Qiqqa Yes No Yes Yes GoogleScholar, JSTOR
ReadCube No No No Yes Microsoft Academic, Google Scholar
refbase Yes No No Yes DOI lookup
RefDB Yes No No Yes any Z39.50
Reference Manager No No No Yes various[32]
Referencer ? ? ? ? ?
RefWorks No No No Yes various
SciRef No No No No No
Sente Yes Yes Yes Yes Z39.50, SRU, Web of Knowledge
Wikindx No No No Yes none
WizFolio Yes No Yes Yes various[33]
Zotero Yes Yes Yes Yes various[34]

Password "protection" and network versions[edit]

Some reference managers provide network functionality. (N/A means the product has no networking, while "no" indicates it does (but lacks an implemented feature).)

Software Passworded Networking
User-specific permissions[35] Simultaneous write access
Aigaion Yes Yes Yes
Bebop No N/A N/A
BibBase N/A N/A N/A
BibDesk Yes No No
Biblioscape Yes Yes Yes
BibSonomy Yes Yes Yes
Bibus ? ? ?
Bookends ? ? ?
Citavi Yes Yes Yes
CiteULike Yes No Yes
colwiz Yes Yes Yes
Docear No N/A N/A
EndNote x7 Yes Yes No[36]
JabRef No N/A N/A
KBibTeX No N/A N/A
Mendeley Yes[37] Yes Yes
Papers ? ? ?
Pybliographer ? ? ?
Qiqqa Yes Yes Yes
ReadCube Yes Yes No
refbase Yes Yes Yes
RefDB Yes Yes Yes
Reference Manager Yes No Yes
Referencer ? ? ?
RefWorks Yes ? Yes
Sente Yes Yes Yes
Wikindx Yes Yes Yes
WizFolio Yes Yes Yes
Zotero Yes[38] Yes Yes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f MSRP for full version, usually with physical media. Discounted downloads and academic discounts might be available. More expensive workgroup/server/librarian versions may be available.
  2. ^ "dev.bibsonomy". BibSonomy.org. 2012-08-14. Retrieved 2013-08-28. 
  3. ^ "Citavi – Organize your knowledge". Citavi.com. 2013-09-30. Retrieved 2013-09-30. 
  4. ^ A developer kit is available. The community is invited to create plugins to access data off databases
  5. ^ A centrally-hosted website is available at refbase.net.
  6. ^ Beta app for Android which supports Mendeley is available.
  7. ^ "Love is… contagious: Announcing Papers for Windows". Announcing Papers for Windows. 
  8. ^ a b The GUI requires gnome-python, which isn't available for Windows or Mac OS X.
  9. ^ Reference Manager is not compatible with word 2010
  10. ^ The Write-N-Cite citation tool requires download & installation
  11. ^ "Output Styles". EndNote. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  12. ^ "JabRef reference manager". Jabref.sourceforge.net. 2012-06-04. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i Supported through the bibutils plugin
  14. ^ "Products". RefWorks. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  15. ^ Endnote cannot import directly BibTex files, but there are various methods to transform these into the refer format, which may be imported [1]
  16. ^ "Import Filters". EndNote. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  17. ^ "Thomson ResearchSoft Reference Manager Filters: Terms of Use". Refman.com. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  18. ^ "Products". RefWorks. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  19. ^ [2][dead link]
  20. ^ "Zotero supported data formats". Zotero.org. Retrieved 2014-02-08. 
  21. ^ a b Zotero can import references directly from the database after which this format is named, although it cannot read the format itself.
  22. ^ This refers to the direct output of raw LaTeX (often in a format similar to the BibTeX-generated .bbl files). Many programs can export BibTeX (see above table), which can then be processed into LaTeX.
  23. ^ Text (ie. thoughts and quotations) can be exported to a number of TeX editors in LaTeX code or UTF-8
  24. ^ URLs aren't active links
  25. ^ Can reformat references in a properly saved RTF document, allowing limited use in OpenOffice.org Writer, StarOffice, FrameMaker, Microsoft Works, WordPad, WordPerfect, and others. Bookends is able to scan files from Pages, Mellel, Nisus Writer Express and Pro Macros.
  26. ^ Detailed setup guide "Citavi + LyX". Citavi. Retrieved 2014-07-10.
  27. ^ JabRef's BibTeX files can be integrated in Microsoft Word using BibTeX4Word or Docear4Word.
  28. ^ Refbase can create a spreadsheet for import into an OO.o database to use the native OO.o bibliography tool. Refbase's MySQL database can additionally be used directly by OO.o [3].
  29. ^ The LyZ extension integrates Zotero with Lyx/Kile
  30. ^ "scraper info". BibSonomy. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  31. ^ "Connection Files". EndNote. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  32. ^ "Reference Manager Z39.50 Hosts". Refman.com. 2003-03-11. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  33. ^ "WizAdd (Web Importer) - WizFolio". Help.wizfolio.com. 2012-06-22. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  34. ^ "translators [Zotero Documentation]". Zotero.org. 2012-03-15. Retrieved 2012-07-24. 
  35. ^ Most databases allow one to create different user accounts to store records. Some further allow you to specify permissions (granting and denying some users the rights to edit or read some or all of your records. This column describes the latter.
  36. ^ via EndNote Web
  37. ^ via Mendeley Web
  38. ^ via zotero.org

Bibliography[edit]

  • GILMOUR, Ron and COBUS-KUO, Laura, 2011. Reference Management Software: a Comparative Analysis of Four Products. In : Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship. 2011. Vol. 66, pp. 63–75. doi:10.5062/F4Z60KZF.

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