07-02-2009 04:23 AM
I was told to try defining an output style (for the bibliography) that looks as follows:
[BKK02] BARKOULA, N.-M- ; KARGER- KOCSIS, J.: Solid Particle Erosion. In: Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites 21 (2002), Nr. 15, S.1377-1388
My problem is the [BKK02] that contains the first letters of the surnames "Barkoula- Karger- Kocsis" and the 2 digit year option.
The same holds for the citation template. I should look like [BKK02] but I also do not know how to make EndNote insert only the first letters of the surnames here.
Is this in any way feasible?
Thanks in advance for your help!
07-02-2009 10:17 AM
07-02-2009 12:29 PM
05-12-2011 06:41 PM
I have the same problem here...
need one format like this:
[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 using cores". IEEE Design and Test of Computers, vol. 18-5,
Set-Out 2001, pp. 32 -45.
Tks in advance !
05-13-2011 05:52 AM
Try this output style ("BracketStyle.ens") made in EndNote X4 and tested in MS Word 2010.
As noted by a prior posting, the "Label" field is used in the bibliography template to accommodate the 3-letters of the author name(s) followed by the 2-digit year: BER01. (See Image1 for a sample of the reference type and corresponding data fields.)
A drawback of using the Label field in the bibliography template is the field length seems to affect the proper alignment of the hanging indent. (See Image2 for the example and correction.) However, this is easily corrected by either: 1) Placing the cursor on the second line of the reference then pressing the TAB key; or 2) Modifying the paragraph setting in MS Word's "Style" template (instructions are noted on the BracketStyle.ens file).
05-13-2011 07:46 AM
I have seen similar requirements come up recently and would like to learn more about this to see if we can add something to EndNote in the future to help automate this.
Does this formatting style have a name? Are there formal guidelines published anywhere?
In the meantime, I am fairly sure the EndNote API could be used to write a plug-in that parses through the Author and Year fields, copies out the required data and pastes it into to Label field.
If anyone is interested in trying this, let me know and I will try to have someone be available to answer some more technical questions.
Jason Rollins, the EndNote team