Are you a researcher? Do you write scientific papers? If your answer is yes, then RefNavigator is designed for you :) RefNavigator is a professional bibliography tool for scientific researchers, especially for biomedical researchers. It benefits you in following two ways: searching online scientific references and generating bibliographies in MS Word. First, search online scientific references. To be a successful researcher, you need to track latest research progress in your area. You can go to different websites and save lots of web pages, but its not efficient and very hard to manage. RefNavigator supports lots of popular online libraries, including Pubmed (MEDLINE), Google Scholar, IEEE, ACM, Science Direct, Arxiv, Scirus, etc. You just need to specify some search keywords, it will search them on above websites and bulk download search results. Search results are automatically categorized by year, author, journal and work type, with a SCI Impact Factor (IF) for each record. Thus you can quickly get an overview on that topic and identify which author is most active or which article is most important. Furthermore, you can save a search and periodically run it later to check latest updates. New records in the search result will be automatically marked as red color. Second, make bibliographies in MS Word. Everyone who ever writes a scientific paper will encounter the bibliography issue. Its really boring to maintain citation numbers and format bibliography correctly. RefNavigator relieves you from the burden. A Word toolbar will appear after you install RefNavigator. You just need to select references from your existing search result, and all formatting routines are handled automatically by RefNavigator. If you add or remove some citations, citation number and bibliography list will be updated automatically. RefNavigator already includes 1500+ popular journal bibliography styles and you can define your own style with its style editor.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista
System Requirements Windows 2000 or above; Microsoft Word 2003 or 2007
Date added 9 Jan 2009
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
Tags Bibliography citation format APA MLA references pdf papers Google Scholar Pubmed IEEE Scidirect Scirus Arxiv