Alternatives to Reference Update?
Achim Recktenwald, PhD
achim at ibex.ca
Thu Nov 28 10:53:19 EST 1996
ISI is talking about this option, as well.
Check their site: http://www.isinet.com/
Richard P Grant wrote:
> We have a WebSPIRS system. It's only available to local clients, but you
> might consider setting it up on your site.
> If you're interested, email me and I'll dig up an address for you.
> Malcolm L. Carlock (malc at equinox.unr.edu) gibbered:
> } Are there any software alternatives to the Reference Update package?
> } It would be lovely to be able to search for references via WWW rather
> } than having to deal with the native Windows or DOS software that RIS
> } currently offers, given the crash-prone nature of the Windows and DOS
> } environments.
> } I'm told that RIS won't have its WWW-based software ready until sometime
> } in 1997. Is anything else already out there?
> } Thanks in advance for any info.
> } Malcolm
> } --
> } Malcolm L. Carlock UNR Unix Administration and Support
> } --Email: malc at unr.edu --WWW: http://unr.edu/homepage/malc
> } --Voice: 702-784-4637 --Fax: 702-784-4050
> } --USMail: University of Nevada, Reno / Mailstop 180 / Reno / NV / 89557
> Richard P. Grant University of Oxford
> Nuffield Department Obstetrics and Gynaecology FFPGP
> http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lady0266 http://www.molbiol.ox.ac.uk/~rgrant
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