I use endnote X3 (bld 4094), and I found the following problem:
When I click on the following url to import the ris file into endnote directly:
I will get the this result (numbered style):
1. Park, C.H., S.B. Zhang, and S.-H. Wei, Origin of p-type doping difficulty in ZnO: The impurity perspective. Physical Review B, 2002. 66(Copyright (C) 2009 The American Physical Society): p. 073202.
The issue entry of the above bibliography will be appeared as “Copyright (C) 2009 The American Physical Society”.
How can fix this problem?
The APS website is formatting the reference like this:
TY - JOUR
M1 - Copyright (C) 2009 The American Physical Society
M1 - Please report any problems to firstname.lastname@example.org
ID - 10.1103/PhysRevB.66.073202
TI - Origin of p-type doping difficulty in ZnO: The impurity perspective
A1 - Park, C. H.
AU - Zhang, S. B.
AU - Wei, Su-Huai
VL - 66
IS - 7
PB - American Physical Society
SP - 073202
PY - 2002/08/05/
JF - Physical Review B
JA - Phys. Rev. B
J1 - PRB
UR - http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/e073202
The copyright note is in the M1 field. The journal issue number is in the IS field.
In EndNote, click on Edit>Import Filters>Open Filter Manager.
Browse to the RefMan (RIS) filter, select it and click on the Edit button.
When the edit window opens, click on Templates in the left-hand column.
You should see the Journal Article template.
Check that the IS tag is correctly mapped to the Issue field.
Find the M1 tag, and map it to a field like Notes. It may contain important information when you are using other databases, so you should not choose to ignore it altogether.
There is a new Refman RIS.enf file downloadable from the www.endnote.com support pages which appears to be correct.
(and I thought I answered this too, and I did, as it was double posted to general).
Please people, post it once. They all get read!
Message Edited by Leanne on 10-04-2009 07:00 PM