12-17-2018 10:08 AM
is there anything I can do if I cannot find the bibliography style for a particular journal? I am using myendnoteweb and we are looking for the style of the "Cell Stress" journal, which is apparently the same as for the "Microbial Cell" journal, both of which are not available.
Thanks a lot in advance
12-18-2018 11:16 AM
If an Output Style is missing or needs updating to match the publisher requirements, you can check with our EndNote Community Forum here:
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 Science. If you have EndNote online access through your institution, you can contact your local Administrator to update existing Styles or upload new Styles.
Your EndNote online Administrator should be able to upload the output style following the instructions below,
You can find all this information at:
Additional Output Styles can be download from our website as well.
12-18-2018 12:07 PM - edited 12-18-2018 01:00 PM
The journal website has an endnote style available for download? (and I attached the output style from the down-loaded zip below since .ens files seem to break the forum right now?):
"We have also prepared an outputstyle for Endnote that you may download here: (and a link)"
but you would then need your endnote web administrator to upload it for your institutions' access as explained by Tony.
12-18-2018 12:08 PM
Trying with links: Text from webpage http://www.cell-stress.com/for-authors/manuscript-preparation/#references
In order to simplify referencing you may use an automatic referencing system; ... We have also prepared an outputstyle for Endnote that you may download here (Endnote output style). Note that if no doi-number is automatically generated for a given reference, you should first re-check at http://www.crossref.org/ to verify there does not exist one and if none is indeed available, then add the Pubmed-ID (PMID, IMPORTANT: not the PMCID) manually in the reference list.