Information needed about Reference Manager-softwa
David L. Haviland, Ph.D.
HAVILAND at KIDS.WUSTL.EDU
Tue Sep 27 13:43:31 EST 1994
In <1994Sep16.182139.142 at immunbio.mpg.de> GARTMANN at IMMUNBIO.MPG.DE writes:
> Ok, here is what I've seen during the last few months in bionet...
> Christoph Gartmann
Many thanks to Christoph for compiling that missive about reference
managers. As one who wrote a snippet of that original post, I feel
compelled to ammend what I had originally said. I initially stated that I
was a satisfied user of EndNote and subsequently wrote my $0.02 worth.
Since that writing about a year ago I progressively became disenchanted
with the program and shortly before December of 93, wrapped it up and sent
it all back to the shipper. I *upgraded* to Payrus and have never looked
back. I found Papyrus to be a superior product in every way. Endnote, in
my view, does not operate as well on the PC as it does on the Mac - even
when the directions for use were followed. I was using it within Windows,
with Word Perfect, and found its operation clumsy. Then being faced with
parting with another $100 to import from medline was simply the last straw.
Again, I retract my rave review of Endnote and instead rave about Papyrus.
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