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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98
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Description: Reference Manager aids the easy development of a large bibliographic database. It includes more than 100 pre-defined bibliographic formats and provides the capability to easily create any number of new styles; text formatting can also be applied. References can be retrieved using a number of parameters: author or editor, keyword, journal name, publication year, reprint status, document type or reference ID. They can also be retrieved based on a word or phrase from a title or abstract of an article.
The optional Capture module transfers references downloaded to a text file from selected database services directly into the Reference Manager database; it allows you to create or modify the import definitions used by Reference Manager when importing references. It can be used to import most tagged or comma-delimited text files retrieved from an on-line or CD-ROM database service, or Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).
Requirements: PC running MS-DOS 3.3 or higher or Windows 3.1 or higher with at least 8MB RAM; Apple Macintosh running System 6.0.2 or higher.
Further information: from Research Information Systems' web-site at http://www.risinc.com. The site holds information about Reference Manager; freeware versions are available for download.
Distributor: Research Information Systems, 2355 Camino Vida Roble, Carlsbad CA 92009. Tel. 619 438 5526 or Toll Free (US and Canada): 800 722 1227. Fax. 619 438 5573. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price: Professional Edition for DOS/Windows: $349.00; CAPTURE module for Windows/DOS - $149.00. Professional Edition for Macintosh including CAPTURE: $348.00. Networked Windows version also available.
Version available at CTI Centre: None.
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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98. Not to be republished in any form
without the permission of CTI Textual Studies.
HTML Author: Sarah Porter
Document Created: 19 November 1996
The URL of this document is http://info.ox.ac.uk/ctitext/resguide/resources/r105.html