Style templates collection

Leanne, just sent you a PM regarding the problems am facing.

Attached is my output style for the Journal of NeuroAnatomy.  Please rename attached file to conventions if desired.
FrontiersInNeuroanatomy.ens (11.2 KB)

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Hi,

I have an format used by my University here that I’m trying to convince EndNote to do, but it getting odd.

This is the format:

Reference format for journal

[ref] <autor>. “<title>”, <journal>, vol. <volume-issue>, <month year>, <pages>.

[BER01]  Bergamaschi, R. A.; Bhattacharya, S.; Wagner, R.; Fellenz, C.; Muhlada, M.; White, F.;

                Daveau, J. M.; Lee, W. R. "Automating the design of SOCs

Any help will be very appreciatted

Thank you in advance

Andre L Silva

Porto Alegre, Brazil

probably way too late, but I just saw this request.  This thread discusses two other threads that might have helped you…

@earthen wrote:

I can resove this problem. Please contact me by phone message: +86-15365315752

and the rest of us will usually sort it for free! 

Pardon?  I am an Endnote user and not affiliated with this or any software.  I have no  rivals.  Just don’t understand why you are selling your services when this is a selfhelp forum. 

As a reminder that this resource is available, I am bumping this up.  As you scroll up or down (- depending on how you organize your threads)  – there are attachments of various output styles that a former forum participant created, and then I added examples of the output.  You can puruse these - find one close to your needed output style that doesn’t already exist as a stand-alone style, and download and save it in endnote and tweak from there, if needed.  – Note, that none of these is likely to include DOIs as they were not as commonly included in those “olden days” of a a couple of years ago!

Also for additional styles: See FAQ CWYW 28 – 

Endnote online: Creating new output styles or modifying existing styles


If an Output Style is missing or needs updating to match the publisher requirements, you can submit a request through our EndNote Request Form:

http://endnote.com/info/output-style-request

You can use this forum to submit your request for the creation of a new output style (or the modification of an existing one). When you submit this information, your request is brought to the attention of our Content Group. Once the style is created or updated, it will be submitted for inclusion into EndNote online.

The local EndNote online Administrators also have the ability to update Styles for their site if EndNote online access is provided by Web of Knowledge. If you have EndNote online access (formally known as Endnote Web)  through your institution, you can contact your local Administrator to update existing Styles or upload new Styles.


the orginal email with the naming conventions for the collection in this thread  is copied here:

Style templates collection

(This is re-posting of a 2008 message from a former active member of the forum)

Hello Endnote community,

I recently sorted some output styles based on the format for Journal Articles, and renamed them such that I can find similar style template fast. In the following messages, I will attach these style files to share with you. They are all originally from Endnote website, or came with Endnote.

The followings are file naming rules I came up with.

  1. File names start with either SG, GS, or SGGS, which indicates how author is formatted.

SG1: Surname-Given name order, Initial with periods, like Smith A.

SG2: Surname-Given name order, Initial without periods, like Smith A

GS1: Given name-Surname order, Initial with periods, like A. Smith

GS2: Given name-Surname order, Initial without periods, like A Smith

SGGS: SG for the first author, GS for the following authors, like Smith A, J Doe, W Gates, S Jobs, …

  1. If Ap follows after SG/GS, that means the bibliography sort order is Appearance order. Otherwise, sort order is Author+Year.

  2. Title, Journal, Volume, Number/Issue are abbreviated as follows.

  Title: Ti

  Year: Yr

  Journal: Jo

  Volume: Vol

  Number/Issue: No

  1. Bold, Italic, colon, or parenthesis are also indicated in the file name, but separators like period, comma, and colon are disregarded. This is because these separators do not fit well in Windows file system, and also because they can be switched/added very easily.

  2. Major journals or organizations that employ the format will be indicated at the end, such as:

  SG1 Ap_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol Bold_Page_(Yr) -Nature

  SG1_(Yr)_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol(No)_Page -APA 5th

  1. Journal abbreviation option has all been changed to “Don’t replace”. This is due to a personal reason because my library has both full name (ex. Journal of Chemistry) and abbreviated name (ex. J Chem) in “Full Journal” filed. Using abbreviation option makes very inconsistent output (for my library).

I hope this thread helps some people looking for styles that are not immediately available in Endnote website, but willing to modify from close templates.

Best regards,

Original posted date: 10/27/2008

Hi all, hope all of you are fine

I am a newbie here and want the follwing format for reference in endnote. This is the requirement for International journal for applied research

 (A) first author’s initials followed by the last name; (B) additional authors are listed in the order in which they appear in the original work; (C) title of article (no subtitles) in lower case; (D) Journal abbreviation; (E) volume number, followed by a colon; (F) inclusive page numbers of article; (G) year of publication in parentheses.

Example:  1. B.K. Logan and S. Distefano. Ethanol content of various foods and soft drinks and their potential for interference with a breath-alcohol test. J. Anal. Toxicol. 22: 181–183 (1998).

 

anyhelp will be much appreciated or i’ll have to manually enter the references.

 

Best Regards

As a reminder that this resource is available, I am bumping this up.  As you scroll up or down (- depending on how you organize your threads)  – there are attachments of various output styles that a former forum participant created, and then I added examples of the output.  You can puruse these - find one close to your needed output style that doesn’t already exist as a stand-alone style, and download and save it in endnote and tweak from there, if needed.  – Note, that none of these is likely to include DOIs as they were not as commonly included in those “olden days” of a a couple of years ago!

Also for additional styles: See FAQ CWYW 28 – or http://endnote.com/kb/101407

Endnote online: Creating new output styles or modifying existing styles


If an Output Style is missing or needs updating to match the publisher requirements, you can submit a request through our EndNote Request Form:

http://endnote.com/info/output-style-request

You can use this forum to submit your request for the creation of a new output style (or the modification of an existing one). When you submit this information, your request is brought to the attention of our Content Group. Once the style is created or updated, it will be submitted for inclusion into EndNote online.

The local EndNote online Administrators also have the ability to update Styles for their site if EndNote online access is provided by Web of Knowledge. If you have EndNote online access (formally known as Endnote Web)  through your institution, you can contact your local Administrator to update existing Styles or upload new Styles.


the orginal email with the naming conventions for the collection in this thread  is copied here:

Style templates collection

(This is re-posting of a 2008 message from a former active member of the forum)

Hello Endnote community,

I recently sorted some output styles based on the format for Journal Articles, and renamed them such that I can find similar style template fast. In the following messages, I will attach these style files to share with you. They are all originally from Endnote website, or came with Endnote.

The followings are file naming rules I came up with.

  1. File names start with either SG, GS, or SGGS, which indicates how author is formatted.

SG1: Surname-Given name order, Initial with periods, like Smith A.

SG2: Surname-Given name order, Initial without periods, like Smith A

GS1: Given name-Surname order, Initial with periods, like A. Smith

GS2: Given name-Surname order, Initial without periods, like A Smith

SGGS: SG for the first author, GS for the following authors, like Smith A, J Doe, W Gates, S Jobs, …

  1. If  Ap  follows after SG/GS, that means the bibliography sort order is Appearance order. Otherwise, sort order is Author+Year.

  2. Title, Journal, Volume, Number/Issue are abbreviated as follows.

  Title: Ti

  Year: Yr

  Journal: Jo

  Volume: Vol

  Number/Issue: No

  1. Bold, Italic, colon, or parenthesis are also indicated in the file name, but separators like period, comma, and colon are disregarded. This is because these separators do not fit well in Windows file system, and also because they can be switched/added very easily.

  2. Major journals or organizations that employ the format will be indicated at the end, such as:

  SG1 Ap_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol Bold_Page_(Yr) -Nature

  SG1_(Yr)_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol(No)_Page -APA 5th

  1. Journal abbreviation option has all been changed to “Don’t replace”. This is due to a personal reason because my library has both full name (ex. Journal of Chemistry) and abbreviated name (ex. J Chem) in “Full Journal” filed. Using abbreviation option makes very inconsistent output (for my library).

I hope this thread helps some people looking for styles that are not immediately available in Endnote website, but willing to modify from close templates.

Best regards,

Original posted date: 10/27/2008

Greetings from Salt Lake City, UT USA

Oh my gosh…how are you all doing!!!

It’s been almost 4 years since last post, and I’m super glad the style collection is still here (not sure how much useful anymore, but at least they haven’t been deleted !!).

I’m writing a review article which would have ~100 references, so EN is once again very useful!

EN’s been changed so much, but I’m still kind of old school. I’m using X7 (skipped several beta testings), but my colleagues around here still call me as ‘Endnote GURU’.

Anyway, I wanted to post something to say hello!!

Best regards,

Masaaki Yoshigi a.k.a myoshigi

University of Utah

Masaaki!   Miss you!  

why you have alot data?

As a reminder that this resource is available, I am bumping this up.  As you scroll up or down (- depending on how you organize your threads)  – there are attachments of various output styles that a former forum participant created, and then I added examples of the output.  You can puruse these - find one close to your needed output style that doesn’t already exist as a stand-alone style, and download and save it in endnote and tweak from there, if needed. -or from the information, perhaps find the original in the endnote collection for desktop or online.

– Note, that none of these is likely to include DOIs as they were not as commonly included in those “olden days” of a number of years ago!  Really, Endnote doesn’t need >5000 styles, they need a way to categorize the various styles and provide a more limited number that one could find what they need!  

For additional styles: See https://support.clarivate.com/Endnote/s/article/EndNote-online-Creating-a-new-output-style-or-modifying-an-existing-style?language=en_US

and the style manuals, so you can modify something close to what you need.  

https://support.clarivate.com/Endnote/s/article/EndNote-Windows-and-Mac-Style-Editing-Guide?language=en_US

Most of this thread is relevant only to the desktop version - for Endnote online users : Creating new output styles or modifying existing styles:  See https://support.clarivate.com/Endnote/s/article/EndNote-online-Creating-a-new-output-style-or-modifying-an-existing-style?language=en_US


If an Output Style is missing or needs updating to match the publisher requirements, you can submit a request through our EndNote Request Form (but in my experience, no guarantee how quickly it will be acted upon):

http://endnote.com/info/output-style-request

  


the orginal email with the naming conventions for the collection in this thread  is copied here:

Style templates collection

(This is re-posting of a 2008 message from a former active member of the forum)

Hello Endnote community,

I recently sorted some output styles based on the format for Journal Articles, and renamed them such that I can find similar style template fast. In the following messages, I will attach these style files to share with you. They are all originally from Endnote website, or came with Endnote.

The followings are file naming rules I came up with.

  1. File names start with either SG, GS, or SGGS, which indicates how author is formatted.

SG1: Surname-Given name order, Initial with periods, like Smith A.

SG2: Surname-Given name order, Initial without periods, like Smith A

GS1: Given name-Surname order, Initial with periods, like A. Smith

GS2: Given name-Surname order, Initial without periods, like A Smith

SGGS: SG for the first author, GS for the following authors, like Smith A, J Doe, W Gates, S Jobs, …

  1. If  Ap  follows after SG/GS, that means the bibliography sort order is Appearance order. Otherwise, sort order is Author+Year.

  2. Title, Journal, Volume, Number/Issue are abbreviated as follows.

  Title: Ti

  Year: Yr

  Journal: Jo

  Volume: Vol

  Number/Issue: No

  1. Bold, Italic, colon, or parenthesis are also indicated in the file name, but separators like period, comma, and colon are disregarded. This is because these separators do not fit well in Windows file system, and also because they can be switched/added very easily.

  2. Major journals or organizations that employ the format will be indicated at the end, such as:

  SG1 Ap_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol Bold_Page_(Yr) -Nature

  SG1_(Yr)_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol(No)_Page -APA 5th

  1. Journal abbreviation option has all been changed to “Don’t replace”. This is due to a personal reason because my library has both full name (ex. Journal of Chemistry) and abbreviated name (ex. J Chem) in “Full Journal” filed. Using abbreviation option makes very inconsistent output (for my library).

I hope this thread helps some people looking for styles that are not immediately available in Endnote website, but willing to modify from close templates.

Best regards,

Original posted date: 10/27/2008

As a reminder that this resource is available, I am bumping this up (sorry for the double posting).  As you scroll up or down (- depending on how you organize your threads)  – there are attachments of various output styles that a former forum participant created, and then I added examples of the output.  You can puruse these - find one close to your needed output style that doesn’t already exist as a stand-alone style, and download and save it in endnote and tweak from there, if needed.  – Note, that none of these is likely to include DOIs as they were not as commonly included in those “olden days” of a a couple of years ago!

Also for additional styles and Endnote Basic/Online users: See

Endnote online: Creating new output styles or modifying existing styles

Those that wish to learn how to modify styles - here is the link to retrieve the style guides.  


If an Output Style is missing or needs updating to match the publisher requirements, you can submit a request through their EndNote Request Form:

http://endnote.com/downloads/output-style-request

You can use this forum to submit your request for the creation of a new output style (or the modification of an existing one). When you submit this information, your request is brought to the attention of their Content Group. Once the style is created or updated, it will be submitted for inclusion into EndNote online (but no guarantees how quickly the request will be acted upon, in my experience).

I think that local EndNote online Administrators (if one exists) will also have the ability to update Styles for their site if EndNote online access is provided by Web of Knowledge. If you have EndNote online access (formally known as Endnote Web)  through your institution, you can contact your local Administrator to update existing Styles or upload new Styles.


the orginal email with the naming conventions for the collection in this thread  is copied here:

Style templates collection

(This is re-posting of a 2008 message from a former active member of the forum)

Hello Endnote community,

I recently sorted some output styles based on the format for Journal Articles, and renamed them such that I can find similar style template fast. In the following messages, I will attach these style files to share with you. They are all originally from Endnote website, or came with Endnote.

The followings are file naming rules I came up with.

  1. File names start with either SG, GS, or SGGS, which indicates how author is formatted.

SG1: Surname-Given name order, Initial with periods, like Smith A.

SG2: Surname-Given name order, Initial without periods, like Smith A

GS1: Given name-Surname order, Initial with periods, like A. Smith

GS2: Given name-Surname order, Initial without periods, like A Smith

SGGS: SG for the first author, GS for the following authors, like Smith A, J Doe, W Gates, S Jobs, …

  1. If  Ap  follows after SG/GS, that means the bibliography sort order is Appearance order. Otherwise, sort order is Author+Year.

  2. Title, Journal, Volume, Number/Issue are abbreviated as follows.

  Title: Ti

  Year: Yr

  Journal: Jo

  Volume: Vol

  Number/Issue: No

  1. Bold, Italic, colon, or parenthesis are also indicated in the file name, but separators like period, comma, and colon are disregarded. This is because these separators do not fit well in Windows file system, and also because they can be switched/added very easily.

  2. Major journals or organizations that employ the format will be indicated at the end, such as:

  SG1 Ap_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol Bold_Page_(Yr) -Nature

  SG1_(Yr)_Ti_Jo Ital_Vol(No)_Page -APA 5th

  1. Journal abbreviation option has all been changed to “Don’t replace”. This is due to a personal reason because my library has both full name (ex. Journal of Chemistry) and abbreviated name (ex. J Chem) in “Full Journal” filed. Using abbreviation option makes very inconsistent output (for my library).

I hope this thread helps some people looking for styles that are not immediately available in Endnote website, but willing to modify from close templates.

Best regards,

Original posted date: 10/27/2008