This book is intended for healthcare professionals, biomedical researchers, health policy experts, and graduate students who frequently write and publish scientific manuscripts in peer reviewed journals. This new edition updates earlier versions with an emphasis on the most currently available Clarivate Analytics software application EndNote X9, a widely used reference management software.
For first-time users of EndNote X9, this book is a comprehensive and well-illustrated instruction manual for getting started, including detailed instructions on installation, creating reference libraries, and ultimately creating complete and accurate citation-based bibliographies necessary to achieve successful peer reviewed publications. There is also a full chapter devoted to careful guidance for the growing practice of citing references from online internet sources.
For existing “power users” of current and earlier versions of EndNote, this book provides quick and easy access to a comprehensive compendium of nuanced and advanced features of this powerful software, with an emphasis on providing greater ease and control in coordinating and curating research materials and bibliographies with research collaborators and scientific writing teams.
The authors have also added new, state-of-the-art “how-to” guidance on a variety of methods of using EndNote, including PubMed, Google Scholar, Web of Science, Scopus and others. Like many legacy software systems, Clarivate Analytics has also begun to offer an online “desktop” version of EndNote, a topic which is now also covered in Chapter 10 (EndNote Online) of this new edition.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction to Reference, Bibliography, and Citation
2 Reference Management Software Programs
3 Getting Started with EndNote
4 EndNote Libraries
5 Entering References into EndNote Library
6 Managing References in an EndNote Library
7 Using EndNote with Internet Databases
8 Creating Bibliographies Using EndNote
9 Citing References from Sources on the Internet
10 EndNote Online