Alex | 2 Jul 23:58 2007

Re: Removing one keyword

On May 31, 2007, at 15:30, Trelle.Sven, "[strelle" <at> ispm.unibe.ch] wrote:

 > [...] accidently I assigned a keyword ("phase II") to all the  >
references in my library (> 2000 records) using the "Change and  > Move
Fields" function.

You should always have back-ups before doing this type of operation,
especially on a large library. The easiest method of fixing such
accidents is returning to the back-up copy.

 > Does anybody know how I can remove this keyword from all records  >
without deleting the other keywords [...]

Use the Edit > Change Text command. Details in the User's Guide, Chapter
8, Changing Text in References section.

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Monica.Barratt | 3 Jul 00:14 2007

Re: Questions about Endnoteweb for a virtual team collaboration

Dear Endnoters

Thanks so much for your responses, both on and off list. I've now got a
working Endnoteweb account and have linked it to my offline Endnote
library, using Endnote X (upgraded from EN9). 

For all those who are affiliated with a university (student or staff),
endnoteweb accounts can be made through your access to ISI Web of
Science (scholarly database). The upgrade to ENX was available free from
my university's startup page for students. 

As for my original query, some of what our group wants to do can be done
using this solution, whereas other things can't really be addressed. We
can share references with each other, but only as individuals sharing
with other individuals, rather than being able to upload and download
references from one pool or group library. This would be handier as it
would allow us to do things like search the shared library with one
query. As it stands, we will need to search our colleagues' libraries
individually to see where they have references we are looking for.
Currently, Endnoteweb only offers a simple search function. Hopefully an
advanced function is in development as this would also be more useful.
Another feature I am interested in is an alert/RSS when new articles are
posted to colleagues you are watching; this is apparently in
development. 

However, I'm still impressed with this. ENX and ENW have a very smooth
connection - uploading articles to the web and sharing them is really
easy, and vice versa. This is what has sold me on this solution, given
our group uses Endnote, to employ another non-Endnote web system will
involve a lot more effort to link to our personal libraries. I want my
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Wiedemann | 3 Jul 00:10 2007

RE: New Reference template

To create or alter the reference types, Edit>preferences then Reference
Types, and there should be a dropdown list which is usually Journal
Article as default (and you want to leave it as the default normally).
But the dropdown will give you access to the myriad of reference types
available in Endnote X, including some unused ones.  By the way, putting
a period in front of any of these reference types, will keep them from
showing up in the dropdown list in the record window, keeping the number
you have to choose from, smaller.    

Leanne

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Teri.L.Herbert[herbertl <at> musc.edu]
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 1:58 PM
To: Endnote-Interest <at> edcksrhat.isinet.com
Subject: New Reference template

Dear Listmembers who know everything:
I am sure this can be done,
but the help files and the manual do not answer my question.
I have a patron that wants to make an Endnote Library of about 750 book
and journal run entries.  i.e. they are putting their own library
holdings into an EndNote Library.  But, there is no template for a
journal run:
fields would need to be Title of Journal; Years held (range), Volumes
and Issues held, and a field for Missing Volumes/issues.
I know how to create new output styles, but cannot find info on creating
a new reference type template, so when you click on "New Reference", you
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Alex | 2 Jul 23:59 2007

Re: Forced break within bibliography

On May 31, 2007, at 15:55, Saunders <at> isiresearchsoft.com, Tracy,
"[TSaunders" <at> constellagroup.com] wrote:

 > [...] what I can't figure out how to do is get the funding and  >
affiliation info to start on a new line after the main info  > (author,
date, etc.) [...]

In the style template, from the Insert Field drop-down menu, insert
before "funding and affiliation" first a Forced Separation mark and then
an End of Paragraph mark.

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David.Harvey | 3 Jul 00:04 2007

Re: New Reference template

At 2:57 PM -0400 29/6/07, Teri.L.Herbert[herbertl <at> musc.edu] wrote:
Dear Listmembers who know everything:
I am sure this can be done,
but the help files and the manual do not answer my question.
I have a patron that wants to make an Endnote Library of about 750 book
and journal run entries.  i.e. they are putting their own library
holdings into an EndNote Library.  But, there is no template for a
journal run:
fields would need to be Title of Journal; Years held (range), Volumes
and Issues held, and a field for Missing Volumes/issues.
I know how to create new output styles, but cannot find info on creating
a new reference type template, so when you click on "New Reference", you
can choose Journal Holdings template.
I'm using Endnote X ona Mac.  But also have access to a Windows,
non-Vista, using Endnote X.02 (I think that's the update fix number;
it's not the brand new EndNote version).
Is this possible?  Or am I dreaming?
Thanks for any ideas you have.
Teri Lynn Herbert
Charleston, SC
herbertL <at> musc.edu

In EndNote preferences under Reference Types you can change one of the 3
Unused reference types. See the help or the manual under Adding and
Deleting Reference Types.
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David Harvey
60 Gipps Street
Drummoyne NSW 2047
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Graham.Shipley | 3 Jul 00:05 2007

Author and editor

For volumes with an author and editor, such as collected papers of the author, I use the 'Tertiary author'
field and precede it with 'with' in the template. So for example:

   Gschnitzer, Fritz, with C. Trümpy and T. 
Schmitt (2001), Kleine Schriften zum griechischen und römischen Altertum (etc.)

If you don't use the 'Secondary author' field in books (which I sometimes use for 'Series editor') you could
use that instead.

Graham Shipley

Wiedemann | 3 Jul 00:03 2007

RE: Converting temporary citations en masse

You can create an output style which formats the citations with Author
(if 2 or more authors, show only 1 author and keep the et al section
blank) [Author, Year Record #] and make the separator ; (option at the
bottom of the citation template window). I recommend using a different
endnote delimiter (square brackets instead of curly)  because I have had
Endnote flake out and try to replace the replaced fields over and over
again if CWYW is turned on. You don't need anything in the bibliography
templates.   Then ON A COPY, I would unlink the endnote fields, and now
you have a clean document you could reformat with your style of choice
after changing the preferences for Endnote delimiters (this is set in
the Edit>Endnote preferences, temporary citation).  

Leanne

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Harry.Hoffner[hitt <at> uchicago.edu]
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 1:58 PM
To: Endnote-Interest <at> edcksrhat.isinet.com
Subject: Converting temporary citations en masse

I have been entering temporary citations using the label field instead
of the record number field. Is there any way to have EndNote
automatically convert the labels in my temporary citations to the Record
Number? 

Thank you.

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Enid.Karr | 3 Jul 00:01 2007

RE: New Reference template

Edit
Preferences
Reference Type
Modify Reference Types
Reference Type, Select "Unused 1"

In Generic put "Journal Run"  and put the other field names in the
logical places corresponding to other fields (including using custom
fields)

Then, you need to edit styles for the styles you use	to show how to
output the fields.  It sounds like you already know how to do this? In
the style manager you need to go to the templates and add and edit the
reference type "journal run".  

Sincerely,

Enid Karr
Science Librarian
Carlson Science Library
Clark University
950 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01610
ekarr <at> clarku.edu<mailto:ekarr <at> clarku.edu>
Phone: (508) 793-7712

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Wiedemann | 3 Jul 00:03 2007

RE: Questions about Endnoteweb for a virtual team collaboration

Shared libraries in conventional Endnote can be modified by anyone have
write privileges to the folder, but only one person can open it at a
time.  If it is already open, then the second person gets an error
message.  We get around this, by having a read only copy, copied from
the write access folder each night.  This works in a networked
environment, but wouldn't work too well in a web based collaboration.  

Leanne

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From:  On Behalf Of Julie.Solomon[julie.solomon <at> mac.com]
Subject: Re: Questions about Endnoteweb for a virtual team collaboration

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think you could make one "group
library" which everyone could modify. Shared libraries can only be
modified by their originator. 

Alex | 2 Jul 23:58 2007

Re: Mac OSX Tiger/ENX: errors and case

On May 31, 2007, at 15:30, Claudio.Pompili,
"[claudio1" <at> claudiopompili.net.au] wrote:

 > [...] in EN X Preferences>Change Case: Is there a way of sorting  >
the entries alphabetically? [...]

I don't know if ENX offers such an option, but the list is a text file. 
The location is indicated in the manual, p. 533. I don't see why you
can't sort this file with any decent text editor (i.e., one which
preserves encoding and line endings, e.g. BBEdit), or using the CLI sort
utility (type "man sort" in a Terminal window for the help file). 
(Of course, you should always keep back-ups, but you already knew
that.)

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Gmane