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Once you have done the searching, the next step is to export the results for further analysis and evaluation. In a systematic review, you may come across hundreds or thousands of references exported from multiple databases. As the different databases often have overlap in journal coverage, you may need to remove duplicates, count the number of references along the way, and document the numbers using a PRISMA flow diagram. EndNote can make this entire process easier for you.
EndNote is a reference management tool to help you collect, organize and share your references. With EndNote, you can insert citations and generate reference list in your research work more efficiently and accurately. Visit our EndNote guide to learn how to download EndNote from library and the basic features of EndNote.
From this page you will learn the steps and good practices of managing search results in EndNote for a systematic review.
Here are some resources for you to document and report your search process in a systematic review.
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