How do other scientists stay organized?

Andrew Cockburn afc at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
Thu Jun 2 13:59:25 EST 1994


In article <1994Jun2.133348.12753 at rzu-news.unizh.ch>, cweber at oci.unizh.ch (Christoph Weber) writes:
> Andrew Cockburn (afc at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu) wrote:
<deleted out of modesty>
> 
> Just wonderful, this contribution of Andrew, and very close to (my) real life.
> I wholeheartedly agree.

You are obviously highly intelligent and perceptive!

> I do think, though, that it's a good idea to have the 'core' literature of your field
> in something like Endnote. Entering it there while writing papers, instead of putting
> it right into the paper makes life a lot easier eventually ...
> --
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I usually have five or six old papers or grants on my computer.  I can find
the 'core' literature in one of them and paste it into a new paper.  

If I were organized I would have deleted these when they were accepted...

Andrew Cockburn



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