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Import Filters When to Use: When you want to add citations from electronic databases, like Academic Search Complete, WorldCat, Etc.
This method requires you to export the records from the database and then import them into Endnote using a Import Filter.
Types of References: Articles, Books, Reviews, and anything else found in an electronic database or index.
Different Database platforms involve different steps. Be careful to follow the right set of instructions. For more information see the complete Endnote manual.
You will need to update your import filters periodically. See instructions at the end of
this section for more information
I. Electronic Databases: Search and Find Records Although there are many databases, many of these databases use similar platforms and user interfaces. Thus to export data from each platform you will need different instructions.
In general, you will:
Search the database
Mark (tag, select) the records you want to add to EndNote
Save marked records
Export marked records
II. Export references from the database This guide provides specific instructions for exporting records for the most commonly used platforms in the UCSB community.
There are two main ways to export records: 1. Directly into EndNote
Some platforms allow you to download the records directly into the EndNote.
Please note that diacritics and other pieces of information are sometimes lost or placed into the wrong field
2. Download (export) a file on to your desktop
When you export a file from a database, you may want to rename the file so you can find it easily. It is also recommended that you save all these files in the same place.
Consider creating folder to hold all these files.
You will need to Import the file into EndNote, after you download a file.
Please note that diacritics and other pieces of information are sometimes lost or placed into the wrong field.
exporting, different databases require different steps. After
exporting references from the database follow the instructions labeled Importing a Saved Text File, linked here and also located as a subtab under the Collecting References tab.
Instructions for the following Databases are given at the links below and in the subtabs under the Database Filters tab: