06-14-2016 05:02 PM
PuMed offers an option to add references to a bibliography using a file, which is obviously more convenient than entering each reference manually. I am talking about references which are not in PubMed.
The file needs to be a MEDLINE or RIS formatted one.
EndNote allows exporting a library (or part of it) in any format, but surprisingly, there doesn't seem to be any way to export it in either a MEDLINE or RIS formatted file.
I can't possibly be the first one to be facing this problem, but I failed to find any help on this issue in the forums (there is only one thread about this topic, and it basically ends up with the advice: write you own style.
thread link: community.thomsonreuters.com/t5/EndNote-Styles-Filters-and/Medline-Output-Style-help-requested/m-p/35263
4 years later, is that still the case? I have tried to export from endnote in different styles, but PubMed refuses to interpret these bibliography files.
Thanks in adance for any pointers.
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06-14-2016 06:11 PM
There is a Refman (RIS) export style which I think is part of the default downloaded output styles. At least it lives in my "default" folder. I attach my version.
Also, if this in relation to the Biosketch production, I had posted a question on exporting from endnote for that. I got a response, but they never reached out to me with the perl program. You might try PMing them
06-14-2016 06:15 PM
Have tried using Endnote’s “Refman (RIS) Export” output style to export your Endnote library as an RIS-formatted file. (Go to the Endnote toolbar and select Edit >Output styles >Open Style Manager. Scroll down the list in the Style Manager dialog box and select Refman (RIS) Export.)