Endnote X4 supports bibliographic management
With the Endnote X4 bibliographic management and publishing solution, researchers can import and search PDF files, collaborate more with Endnote Web and use new Cite While You Write features.
Users can now import a full text PDF - even a folder containing multiple PDF files - to add new references with the full text attached.
Endnote X4 allows researchers to import and search PDF files, collaborate more with Endnote Web and use Cite While You Write features
Mac users have the added advantage of being able to drag a PDF file onto the Endnote icon on the Dock to add a new reference to their library.
Endnote extracts basic bibliographic information using the Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) and cross-reference data to create new records in a reference library.
PDF files are now searchable in Endnote, providing users with greater depth in exploring their reference collection.
Endnote users can access their references anywhere and collaborate with colleagues using their Endnote Web account.
Researchers can transfer up to 10,000 references between the desktop and web, and search shared groups when selecting references to cite, making it easy to collaborate with others on research projects.
Reference lists can be sorted by times cited, date added to the library or date modified to locate references quickly.
Authors can use Endnote Web to manage their personal publication lists for the free Researcher ID community, where members are identified uniquely.
References stored in the Endnote Web group are visible instantly in the public community, where citation metrics are provided by Web of Knowledge(SM).
Endnote X4 introduces new formatting options for citing scholarly papers properly.
Endnote links in-text citations to the bibliography automatically in Microsoft Word - with or without hyperlinks.
Users also have increased options for formatting footnotes with customisable short forms, as well as full support of the APA 6th style, including a multiple author ellipse.
The combined edit and manage citations command consolidates the most frequently used functions in one Cite While You Write window.
Users can view a report of references cited in a Word document with a new auto-group in the Endnote library.
Other features of the upgrade include: create new groups by comparing, combining and suppressing existing groups; modify references easily in the new Quick Edit tab on the main library window; edit references when comparing duplicates; expand library retrieval results by adding wildcards within search terms; Cite While You Write is available in over 4,500 journal styles.