Lit Review LO30057

From: Bill Harris (
Date: 04/04/03

Replying to LO30048 -- wrote:

> The single most valuable tool I used when writing my dissertation was the
> software, Endnote. It is a bibliographical application that allows you to
> create libraries and record all your sources, notes, etc. With just a few


I've heard others rave about Endnote, too; it sounds like a good solution.

There's another one, one that happens to be free, called bibTeX (see It should
feel very natural to those writing in LaTeX.

By the way, that Web page is on a site that describes a bunch of
bibliographic systems, including EndNote. See



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