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 Zotero can import bibliographic data stored in a variety of standardized formats used by databases and other reference management tools. The most popular formats are RIS, Bib(La)Tex, and MODS. Zotero can import bibliographic data stored in a variety of standardized formats used by databases and other reference management tools. The most popular formats are RIS, Bib(La)Tex, and MODS.
  
-If you have a database stored in one of these formats, such as a BibTeX database you've compiled or a RIS database you've exported from another reference manager, you can import them into Zotero by clicking File → “Import…” and choose ​"A file"​. ​+If you have a database stored in one of these formats, such as a BibTeX database you've compiled or a RIS database you've exported from another reference manager, you can import them into Zotero by clicking File → “Import…” and choosing ​"A file"​. ​
  
 See also [[/​support/​moving_to_zotero|Moving to Zotero]]. See also [[/​support/​moving_to_zotero|Moving to Zotero]].
kb/importing_standardized_formats.1530736104.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/07/04 16:28 by bwiernik