MAC reference/bibliography programs

Nigel Pickering pick at water.agen.ufl.edu
Thu Jul 14 07:27:14 EST 1994


In <smith-1307942223430001 at auronlab1.med.harvard.edu>, smith at cbrsgi.med.harvard.edu (Russell Smith) writes:
>In article <1994Jul14.105042.1 at vaxc.cc.monash.edu.au>,
>mikel at vaxc.cc.monash.edu.au wrote:
>
>> Hi there,
>> 
>> I was wondering if anyone could help me with reference/bibliography managers
>> for the Mac. I am about to udertake the writing of my PhD thesis and was 
>> wondering if anyone could tell me about the ins and outs of various programs
>> that are available.
>> Any help would be appreciated

There are two good reference managers for the PC--Reference Manager (Res. Info. Syst.
at 619-438-5526) and ProCite (??).  ProCite is more flexible but costs more (~$500).  I use
Reference Manager--it's easy to use, inxpensive (~$200 on site license), and quite sufficient.
The only problem I have with it is storing conference proceedings which I have to use the
book chapter type since there is no specific type for proceedings.

I'm almost sure that Reference Manager is available on the Mac.

Nigel Pickering
Visiting Assistant

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