To coincide with Thomson Reuters’ participation in the FORCE2015 conference at the University of Oxford, we have posted a newly updated import for use with references downloaded from Data Citation Index in Web of Science. We’ve also added a new output style, DataCite with linked DOI, to accommodate your citation needs.
For more information about FORCE2015, please see
The output style is called DataCite and the import filter is called Web of Science Core Collection (TR). The files are available from the endnote.com download site and in EndNote online today.
If you are an EndNote online user and do not see the files, please contact your EndNote online Administrator to make the files available.
Users of EndNote X5 or later will need to follow the instructions below to download and utilize the files.
To download the output style file, click here. Then click on the “Download this style” button.
To download the import filter file, click here. Then click on the “Download filter” button.
- After downloading the files, launch EndNote. On Windows, from EndNote’s “Edit” menu, select “Preferences” then “Folder Locations. On Mac, from the EndNote menu, select “Preferences” then “Folder Locations”.
- Copy the downloaded output style file into the location specified for Styles.
- Copy the downloaded import filter file into the locations specified for Filters.
- The files are now ready to use.
For the import filter to properly import your references into EndNote, please follow the instructions below.
- Perform a Web of Sciences or Data Citation Index search as normal.
- Select the desired articles by clicking the button to the left of each article and add them to the Marked List.
- Go to the “Marked List” page by selecting the “Marked List” button under “Thomson Reuters.”
- On the “Marked List” page, near the bottom where all the exportable fields are shown, select “Select All.”
- On the “Marked List” page confirm your selection and select the option to “Save to Other File Formats.”
- Import the resulting “savedrecs.txt” file using this filter.