EndNote is a widely used reference management tool to help you collect, organize, and share your references. The user interface is highly customizable. EndNote also allows you to insert in-text citations and format bibliographies in your research paper effortlessly, thus improving your efficiency in writing academic papers or reports.
Maintain large number of references for your dissertations or research projects
Organize and manage references
Create and format in-text citations and bibliographies in various citation styles instantly
Import citations from databases, library catalogues, websites and more
Search databases like Web of Science, PubMed and others within EndNote
Find full-text articles for references in your EndNote library
PDF management and annotation
Collaborate with other researchers
Work on your references anytime, anywhere
EndNote Desktop (Mac):
Install EndNote Desktop
It is important for you to close all the Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, etc.) before running the “EndNote Site Installer”.
Download the EndNote Filters (ZIP archive) and copy the “CNKI_CAJ.enf” and “EndNote Import (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University).enf” files into Applications > EndNote X9 folder > Filters in the Finder.
Like many applications in Mac, you won't see anything but the EndNote toolbar on the top menu bar when you launch EndNote for the first time. Please follow the steps below to create a reference library in EndNote:
Click on File.
Name your reference library.
This is optional. When you select this option, your EndNote library will be saved into a single document as a package containing both the library and data folder. The package will appear as a folder containing both the EndNote library and data folder if you open your library in Windows OS.
Click on Save.
You can save your library in any folder or destination in your computer, your USB device, or your cloud space.