Software for science reference management

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* [[Bibus]] - opensource bibliography manager similar to EndNote for RefMan (Mac, Win, Linux)
* [[Bibus]] - opensource bibliography manager similar to EndNote for RefMan (Mac, Win, Linux)
* [http://www.zotero.org Zotero] - Firefox extension to help collect, manage, and cite references
* [http://www.zotero.org Zotero] - Firefox extension to help collect, manage, and cite references
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CiteULike CiteULike] - online bibliography management
== Reference software for the Mac ==
== Reference software for the Mac ==

Revision as of 09:46, 3 July 2008

It is a common task that can become a struggle for scientists to collect, organise, and cite references. Several pieces of software have been made over the years to help us with those activities. If you know any please share them here with your comments on usability, features, and reliability.

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Cross-platform bibliography solutions

  • Bibus - opensource bibliography manager similar to EndNote for RefMan (Mac, Win, Linux)
  • Zotero - Firefox extension to help collect, manage, and cite references
  • CiteULike - online bibliography management

Reference software for the Mac

  • BibDesk (BibTex reference database w PubMed download, free)
  • Skim - PDF reader and annotation software (free)
  • Papers (bibliography software by MekenTosj, shareware)
  • Endnote was also ported to the Mac but has been more or less buggy during recent version history; also different library and search windows cause a lot of screen clutter
  • add your favorite here with a comment

Reference software for the PC

  • Endnote by Thomson Scientific (see wikipedia)
  • Reference Manager also by Thomson Scientific (see wikipedia)
  • add your favorite here with a comment

Reference software on Linux/UNIX

  • LaTeX together with BibTeX
  • add your favorite here with a comment

See also

External links

Wikipedia related topics

External software comparison pages

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