[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Feature inquiry

Jonathan Rochkind jonathan at dnil.net
Mon Oct 6 23:52:59 EDT 2008

I think that's RIS.

But RefWorks is a web-hosted application. You've got to push the RIS  
to it in some standard way I once looked up but never implemented and  
have now forgotten.

Both RefWorks and EndNote understand a variety of formats, but RIS is  
one they have in common, which is fairly simple, and standard. http:// 

On Oct 6, 2008, at 9:21 PM, Jason Etheridge wrote:

>> EndNote would surely clarify that for you if you emailed them.  
>> Which would,
>> come to think of it, be a useful political message to them too.  
>> "Hey, we
>> heard about you suing a university for using your file format, now  
>> we're
>> scared to implement an export to EndNote feature in our software.  
>> Are we
>> allowed to do that?" They will surely say "yes, please", but it  
>> will send a
>> message about what they are doing to their image, and potentially  
>> to their
>> market share too.
> I know next to nothing about citations and citation software, but
> isn't there some standard we can "export to" that both Refworks and
> Endnote understand?  Zotero understands UNAPI.
> -- 
> Jason Etheridge
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