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Article
June 23, 1993

EndNote Plus: Enhanced Reference Database and Bibliography Maker

JAMA. 1993;269(24):3163. doi:10.1001/jama.1993.03500240107042

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Abstract

EndLink: EndNote's Link to Online Databases, by Niles & Associates Inc, IBM PC and compatibles version, one 3.5-in or 5.25-in diskette, Macintosh version also available; documentation: 52-pp spiral manual, requirements: as above, modem, and account with an on-line database service, $99, Berkeley, Calif, Niles & Associates Inc, 1991.

Manuscript submission requirements vary from journal to journal. Bibliographic citation styles differ widely among the physical and biological sciences and even within medical specialties. The tedium of reformatting the reference list of a rejected manuscript before resubmission is well known to any aspiring author.

What are the prospects for embracing a universal citation style? They are quite dim, indeed; Esperanto and monotheism stand a better chance at gaining universal acceptance. Thus, there is a need for a reference database manager and bibliography generator. I know of three products in the market that address this need; this is a review of one of

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