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kb:importing_records_from_endnote [2018/06/12 15:54]
dstillman [Importing into Zotero]
kb:importing_records_from_endnote [2019/03/19 08:35] (current)
fflamerie [RIS format (alternative)] - value for for "RIS.import.ignoreUnknown" corrected to **false**
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 ===== RIS format (alternative) ===== ===== RIS format (alternative) =====
  
-Instead of Endnote XML, it is also possible to export items from Endnote using RIS. The only benefit of RIS over XML is that the Endnote database ID can be retained for each item. If this is required, then, in Zotero, open the Advanced pane of [[preferences|Zotero preferences]] and click the "​Config Editor"​ button on the "​General"​ tab. Search for "​RIS.import.keepID"​ and double-click to set it to **true**. If you want data for unknown fields to be retained in notes (as described above), also search for "​RIS.import.ignoreUnknown"​ and set this option to **true**.+Instead of Endnote XML, it is also possible to export items from Endnote using RIS. The only benefit of RIS over XML is that the Endnote database ID can be retained for each item. If this is required, then, in Zotero, open the Advanced pane of [[preferences|Zotero preferences]] and click the "​Config Editor"​ button on the "​General"​ tab. Search for "​RIS.import.keepID"​ and double-click to set it to **true**. If you want data for unknown fields to be retained in notes (as described above), also search for "​RIS.import.ignoreUnknown"​ and set this option to **false**.
  
 In Endnote, export your library as above, setting "Save as type:" to "Text file (.txt)"​. Set "​Output style:"​ to "​RefMan (RIS)"​. Navigate to your Endnote data folder (as described above), save the export file, then import into Zotero as described above. In Endnote, export your library as above, setting "Save as type:" to "Text file (.txt)"​. Set "​Output style:"​ to "​RefMan (RIS)"​. Navigate to your Endnote data folder (as described above), save the export file, then import into Zotero as described above.
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