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web posting THE BEST ANSWE I FOUND
Author: Nathan Cherny    Posted: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 22:43:16 +0200
Having now explored this issue fairly extensively, it seems that RefWorks
http://www.refworks.com/ offers the best easiest and cheapest option for
posting a reference library.

Special thanks to Niels Agger-Gupta for hist post on this service!

Nathan I Cherny
Director Cancer Pain and Palliative Medicine
Shaare Zedek Medical center
Jerusalem
Tel 011 972 68 685780
Fax 011 972 2 6666731
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Niels Agger-Gupta" /> To: /> Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 12:16 AM
Subject: RE: web posting..is there NO hope??


> Nathan and Linda,
> Another online product you might consider is RefWorks, which allow you
> to upload an EndNote library. You would "select" your entire database
> and output to the "RefMan (RIS) Export" format - already included in the
> EndNote output styles library. This product requires you as the author
> to take out a membership but then allows you to give read-only access to
> whomever you want with a special password. People with read-only access
> can then do extensive searches of your database and output into
> virtually any format. They give you a 30 day free membership to try this
> out. Here is the URL:
> http://www.refworks.com/
>
> Best wishes,
> Niels Agger-Gupta, PhD.
>
> Shareworks Associates
> 927 West Valerio St.
> Santa Barbara, CA 93101
> email: /> > 805-637-3012 (office/cell)
> 805-898-0206 (home)
> 805-898-7016 (fax)
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: /> > On Behalf Of Linda Slater
> Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2003 3:06 PM
> To: /> > Subject: RE: web posting..is there NO hope??
>
> Nathan,
> The BiblioWeb component of the web-based citation management software
> Biblioscape allows you to post searchable databases on the web. This
> would
> require that you purchase a license for Biblioscape and convert the
> files
> you wish to make web accessible to Biblioscape. I have not tried
> converting
> EndNote files to Biblioscape, but I did this with ProCite files, and it
> is
> quite simple. Biblioscape has an EndNote import filters, so assuming
> converting EndNote records would be as simple as importing them into
> Biblioscape using the EndNote import filter.
>
> The price of the program varies depending on which edition you buy. You
> would need to buy either the Librarian or Professional version to get
> BiblioWeb, and if you need more than 3 simultaneous read or write users,
> you
> can pay an additional fee for this.
>
> For more information about this product see:
> http://www.biblioscape.com/index.html. Pricing information is available
> at
> http://www.biblioscape.com/purchase.htm.
>
> I hope this provides you with at least some hope.
>
> Linda Slater
> Reference Coordinator
> John W. Scott Health Sciences Library
> University of Alberta
> Edmonton, AB T6G 2R7
> Tel: 780-492-7948
> Fax: 780-492-6960
> Email: /> >
>
>
>
>
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Nathan Cherny /> > >Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2003 2:34 PM
> >To: /> > >Subject: web posting..is there NO hope??
> >
> >
> >Dear Endnote Users
> >I still have not found a solution to the problem of posting an endnote
> >bibliography on the web in a searchabe format.
> >
> >I hope you will all excuse the repitition, but I really do need help on
> >this.
> >
> >Thanks
> >
> >Nathan I Cherny
> >Director Cancer Pain and Palliative Medicine
> >Shaare Zedek Medical center
> >Jerusalem
> >Tel 011 972 68 685780
> >Fax 011 972 2 6666731
> >E Mail /> > >

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