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 If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can also use the [[:​getting_stuff_into_your_library#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library. If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can also use the [[:​getting_stuff_into_your_library#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library.
  
-You can parse plain-text bibliography references using [[http://​anystyle.io|AnyStyle]],​ an online bibliography parser that can be trained for improved results. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CiteProc/​JSON and import into Zotero. Additional plain-text reference parsers are listed below.+You can parse plain-text bibliography references using [[http://​anystyle.io|AnyStyle]],​ an online bibliography parser ​(written by a Zotero developer) ​that can be trained for improved results. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CiteProc/​JSON and import into Zotero. Additional plain-text reference parsers are listed below.
  
 Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references. Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references.
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