POLL: Are you interested in EndNote for Linux?

pjf zinc at zifi.genetics.utah.edu
Wed Sep 30 15:53:49 EST 1998


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Hi folks,

I am taking an informal (obviously) poll to gauge support for a Linux
version of EndNote. I have no affiliation with Niles Software. I am a
Linux user who would like to see a port of this program for my
favorite OS.

For those who are not aware, EndNote is a bibliography / reference
manager program that runs under Windows and Macintosh. It allows
references to be imported from several database formats, including
Medline, and can format references within a document in many styles
used by journals. See www.niles.com for more information.

1) Do you use EndNote currently? What platform?

2) Would you pay for a Linux version of this program? Why or why not?

3) How much? More or less than the Windows or Macintosh version? 

Please reply to me with your answers. I will check the newsgroup but
it will be easier to manage the results if you simply email a
response.

Thanks for your time,

Patrick Finerty
http://zifi.genetics.utah.edu

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