Citation Management Software

 USE ENDNOTE to organize references

In the course of research in the production of scientific articles, theses and dissertations you collect numerous references of articles, books and other types of documents. EndNote Basic is a software that helps you store and organize bibliographic references from various sources of information, including the Web of Science and PubMed.

EndNote Basic allows you to import bibliographic references from databases or other sources into your work, so that they appear as citations in the text and references in the bibliography (in the automatic articulation of the reference to the text). It also allows the export of personal references according to norms and styles, facilitating the submission of articles to various scientific editors.

-> Create a free account ->. Go to Web of Science > Click on top menu for Endnote > Sign-up for an account

Here are the advantages of using the EndNote citation manager:

  • Consult directly on the ISI Web of Science, PubMed and other library catalogs;
  • Import references from hundreds of databases with bibliographic information and organize your library of references in several languages;
  • Store up to 10,000 records per account on Endnote Web;
  • Find references, go directly to the text;
  • Share references with colleagues facilitating collaboration;
  • Edit references, add notes and keywords;
  • Format citations within the text and make bibliographies according to numerous citation styles;
  • Use the CiteWhileYouWrite tool in Word to insert references and format your papers.
  • Access your password-protected references, anywhere as long as you have access to the Internet.

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Other Citation Management Software:

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is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.