MyJSTOR allows users to save citations in a single place, export them into a citation management program (EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, and Ref-Works), save them to a text file, or print them.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Procite (personal bibliographic software discussion list)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 356 other meanings of PC in our Acronym Attic
- Probable Cause
- Probationary Constable (UK)
- Process Capability
- Process Cluster
- Process Code
- Process Computer
- Process Containment
- Process Control
- Process Controller
- Processor Cache
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Thomson Reuters' EndNote, ProCite, and Reference Manager; ProQuest's RefWorks) or downloaded for free from the Internet (e.
Researchers can export the citations using EndNote, ProCite, BibTeX and RefWorks.
Used with any of the ISI ResearchSoft products--EndNote, ProCite, and Reference Manager--RefViz is said to provide an additional level of analysis to existing reference collections and to help users find the most relevant citations for their papers.
At the other end of the spectrum, the potential use for downloading citations directly from a database to bibliographic software, such as ProCite or Endnote, was considered to be low, with 27 percent responding positively.
Researchers can access this collection of printed and non-published articles, previously called the "vertical file," through a ProCite database available on site.
Content for the new system is multidisciplinary, including the integration of "ISI Web of Science" and "ISI Current Contents Connect" with patent data (Derwent Innovations Index), proceedings information (ISI proceedings), life sciences literature (BIO-SIS Previews), structural chemistry (ISI Chemistry), analytical and evaluation tools (ISI Essential Science Indicators and ISI Journal Citation Reports), bibliographic management resources (EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager) and evaluated Web content.