Posted on December 18, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
December 18, 2013 – Yingting
Most of us have already known how to import references from PubMed search results into EndNote. What if you want to import the references that have already been saved into your My Bibliography in My NCBI? Below are the steps that you may follow to do so:
- Log into My NCBI at the upper right corner at http://pubmed.gov.
- Click on My NCBI at the upper right corner after login.
- Click on “Manage My Bibliography »” at the bottom of the My Bibliography box.
- Select All or just the desired references by clicking in the boxes next to the references.
- Then click on the “Download as text” button.
- In the “Opening medline.txt” popup window, choose “Save File” and then click OK. Note: remember where you saved the txt file.
- Launch EndNote program
- Under the File menu, go to Import –> File… .
- When the Import File popup window appears, browse to choose the medline.txt file that you just saved.
- Make sure in the box next to Import Option is PubMed (NLM).
- You may import all or discard the duplicates. I usually choose Import All and do the deduplicaiton later.
- Leave No Translation in the box, then click the Import button, your references should be imported into your EndNote library.
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Posted on November 26, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
November 26, 2013 - by Joseph Deodato
These steps may vary slightly depending upon which version you’re using but to configure EndNote to work with the Rutgers Libraries’ OpenURL link resolver (“Get it @ R”):
1. Go to “Edit > Preferences > Find Full Text”
2. Check “Enable OpenURL”
3. For “OpenURL Path” enter: http://linksource.ebsco.com/linking.aspx?
4. For “Authenticate with” enter: https://login.proxy.libraries.rutgers.edu/login?url=
5. Click “OK”
To locate full text for an article in your EndNote library:
1. Double click a reference
2. Select “References > URL > OpenURL Link”
3. Our “Get it @ R” menu will open displaying any available full text options. Use these links to retrieve full text or search library holdings.
Filed under: EndNote & "Get it @ R", EndNote & Full Text, EndNote X7 Features, FAQs | Tagged: Authentication, Find Full Text, Get it @ R, Link Resolver | Leave a comment »
Posted on August 8, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
EncNote X7 for MAC is now available for RWJ Library and the Smith Library users to download. Please click here to download it to your Mac computer. If you have any problem downloading the program, please contact your librarians for help.
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Posted on June 14, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
Updated June 30, 2013 – Yingting
EncNote X7 for Windows is now available for RWJ and Smith Library users to download at http://libraries.rbhs.rutgers.edu/endnote/
What’s New in EndNote X7? *
- Update and synchronize the references in EndNote desktop and web by the click of a button. Maintain and synchronize the references in your desktop library with the references in your web library even across multiple computers.
- Set your preferences to create clear, organized, and easily searchable names for your PDF documents as you import themby defining your settings in PDF Han-dling preferences.
- Add citations and reference lists to your Microsoft PowerPoint slides.
- Add subheadings to your bibliography in Microsoft Word using your own catego-ries or predefined by reference type in an output style–great for distinguishing primary and secondary sources.
- Better organize your research materials by using new reference types such as In-terview, Podcast, Conference Paper, and Press Release.
- Reorder column headings in the Library reference list by using drag-anddrop and customize which columns display with just a right-click.
- Use improved Sync that occurs in the background so that your work is continu-ously backed up and always available online and on your iPad.
- Quickly identify groups online from within your desktop library.
- Use new options to control the ratings and read/unread field display.
- Copy the record number to another field in a reference using the Copy feature from the Change\Move\Copy Fields command.
- Review program updates automatically.
Should you need help or have any question, please contact your librarians for help.
(* From EndNote X7 Getting Started Guide: http://endnote.com/training/mats/enuserguide/eng/endnote7/enguide-chpt1.pdf)
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Posted on June 7, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
EndNote for iPad app has been out since the end of January. I downloaded it and tested a little; but really haven’t got a chance to use it extensively. My colleague, Jenny Pierce, just shared this link with me http://www.imedicalapps.com/2013/06/endnote-ipad-app-reference-manager/. The article provided a detailed review of the app. It states that “Overall, this is a reasonable app with lots of features. However, there are other options that are better and easier to use. The biggest pull to use this is the fact that it syncs so seamlessly with the desktop version. This is a huge benefit if EndNote for Desktop is your preferred reference manager.” Hope this review is helpful to you in the use of this app.
Here is what Jenny said about the app: “I have used Endnote on the ipad. I downloaded cites from Pubmed, ERIC and CINAHL. Pubmed cites didn’t show the indexing terms. I don’t know why not. I like the favorites function and the fact all my groups showed up. It’s a pretty interface.” One user commented at the end of the aforementioned review article that “One thing I’ve discovered, you cannot log out of this app. Not good if multiple people are sharing an iPad.” This was confirmed by Jenny. It can cause problems for libraries that circulate iPads.
FYI, here is a video for “EndNote on iPad: EndNoteSync, PDFs, and Groups” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irSDHh5sBmk, provided by Thomson Reuters. If you have used the app and are willing to share your experience, please post your comments. Thank you.
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Posted on May 16, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
Recently Thomson Reuters have made some changes to EndNote Web.
- First of all, it has been renamed as EndNote Basic.
- Users can now store up to 50,000 references and 2GB of attachments online.
- Instead of one bibliographic style, basic users now have the top 20 most popular.
So what’s the difference between EndNote and EndNote Basic?
EndNote includes the desktop program and online access to libraries in the cloud.
EndNote Basic includes online access only with 2GB of storage.
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Posted on May 2, 2013 by Yingting Zhang
The EndNote for iPad app is the iOS version of EndNote. It is currently available for $0.99 until July 31, 2013. The regular price will be $9.99. Please check it out at . I have not got a chance to test it yet. However, some of the customer reviews of the EndNote for iPad app on the iTunes page at http://goo.gl/JywOy are not very positive. One comment indicated that “.enl/.enlx files are not supported by EndNote for iPad”. Another one said that “the annotations don’t work, or they do, but they don’t sync”. But the same reviewer also noted that “this really is a nice app and it is very convenient to have your references on the iPad.” I would like suggest to purchase the app at this special price now and test using it if you are really eager to access your EndNote library on your iPad. You are welcome to write the comments on the app here to share your experience with other users.
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