Thomson ISI ResearchSoft is now shipping EndNote 7, a new version of the bibliographic software for Mac OS X. The update delivers subject bibliographies, flexible image handling and connectivity for mobilizing reference collections.
EndNote’s new Subject Bibliography is designed to reduce the steps needed to create a bibliography with topic headings. Version 7 also offers the ability to insert a figure or table anywhere in a Microsoft Word document.
What’s more, the update adds the ability to create bibliographies with AppleWorks, StarOffice, OpenOffice, FrameMaker and more using Rich Text Format (RTF) files. And you can now go mobile with your EndNote references on Palm OS; you can search, edit and beam references as well as use the HotSync function with your EndNote desktop libraries.
Other features in version 7 include the ability to export references in XML format, move EndNote references to data visualization tools, and connect to an institution’s online resources with OpenURL links. EndNote 7 has over 1,500 content files, including output styles, templates, import filters and connection files.
EndNote 7 expands the ways to collect data from a variety of online resources and to publish manuscripts. You can edit standard import filters (such as RIS, tab delimited, and ISI CE) to move data between applications. There are also new and updated content files: 350 connection files, 1,000 output styles, as well as import filters and manuscript templates.
EndNote 6 costs US$295.95. Upgrades from previous versions are $99.95 — or $89.95 without a manual. The EndNote 7 for Mac OS X boxed product includes EndNote 5 for Mac OS 9 compatibility.