Date Added:Feb. 18, 2000
Downloads Last Week:3
Product ranking:#42 in Miscellaneous Home Software
we will see, Im downloading it now, after a review of several pages,,, comments later
TO COMPARE with my review visit the following pages ------------------------- scholars aid: eis.bris.ac.uk/~ccmjs/scholar.htm----------------------------------------------- endnote, biblioscape: eis.bris.ac.uk/~ccmjs/endnote.htm ------------------------------------------- others (recommended): burioni.it/forum/ors-bfs/text/6e12400-2.html
The product description should have indicated that this Express version is unable to download references automatically from the internet. One has to type everything manually. I lost an hour trying to find how to import from PubMed. Maybe it is ok for undergraduates. Waste of time for me.
it does exactly what this sociology undergrad needs for referencing. more categories than I'd imagine, but they are all customisable. seems simpler than access and post it notes all over the place
Offers more than it implies at first glance. easy to delete should you change your mind.
it was tricky to set up, I have already 'lost' my file. (im not totally dull) despite saying its free ware it tells that i have only 30 uses or 30 days to use the prog, not sure why, maybe it will ask for a donation, dont want to lose files so have done print screens just in case.
Great for my undergrad thesis work. Not overly complicated with easy use. Searches easily, and best of all, free.
This program is easy to use. You not only can list the resources in a bibliography format, but can also copy and past the entire journal article and abstract so you have it right there when you search. I don't know what more anyone can ask for in a free product.
BiblioExpress is simply the best. I have used it for over 6 months for many science and term papers, where, and I quote my teacher, "Only the amount of sources counts, not the amount of facts." This program has eased much of the pain in creating long bibliographies.
I tried this great application and found it more useful than I could imagine. The interface takes time to get used to but otherwise its ease to work with.
Granted it does not support up-to-date MLA or MHRA citation rules, it is still an excellent free program for those of us who cannot afford the hugely expensive bibliographic software on the market. I only wish the company would bring it's MLA citation form to agree with current MLA rules in the next free version -- please?
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|Publisher web site||http://www.biblioscape.com/|
|Release Date||February 18, 2000|
|Date Added||February 18, 2000|
|Subcategory||Miscellaneous Home Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/NT|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/NT|
|File Name||External File|
|Downloads Last Week||3|