Importar Pubmed Refworks Bibliography

RefWorks And PubMed



There are two ways to get RefWorks references into a library:

Connecting Directly to PubMed

  • Under "Search" menu, choose "Online catalog or database".
  • RefWorks will open a new tab to search
  • Select PubMed; it appears at the top of the list.
  • Search by keyword in Quick Search, or by options such as author and date in Advanced Search.
  • If you want to do more complicated searching, you can use PubMed tags in the Quick Search box. For example, searching "schizophrenia AND New England Journal of Medicine[TA]" will return New England Journal of Medicine articles only.
  • After entering in your search terms, click "search" and a results screen will open in another browser window or tab, leaving your search terms visible in the original window.
  • If you do not see the reference you want in the results screen, you can go back to the original RefWorks screen, make changes to your search strategy, and click "search" again, then return to the results page to see the new list of references."
  • RefWorks can import up to 1000 results.
  • Notice that the references link back to PubMed, with options to see Related Documents or articles by the same author. For now, these links won't give you the full-text access available when you log in through the library.
  • From the search results screen, select which ones to import to which folder (if you don't have a specific folder ready yet, select "Last Imported"; after the import, create a new folder and move the results over.
  • After choosing to import references, go back to the original RefWorks tab. It should now say "Import from PubMed". At the bottom, you will see an option to "Globally Edit Fields for Imported References". It will automatically include the date and PubMed as the data source. You can edit these fields to tag all the references you just imported with any pertinent information.

Back to Main RefWorks Page



Importing Records PubMed

  • Open PubMed.
  • Run a search
  • Select the records of your choice by clicking on the check boxes next to each reference.
  • In the "Send To" drop-down box under the tab menu, choose "Clipboard".
  • A green bar is added to the top of the screen with text about the number of items sent to the Clipboard.
  • Information about the Clipboard can be viewed from the upper right side of the screen.
  • Once you are done with choosing records and sending them to the Clipboard, click on the Clipboard link.
  • Once you are on the clipboard page, you can send all the results to RefWorks by choosing the "Send To" pulldown menu (If you only want to send some of the citations within your clipboard to RefWorks, select them by checking the box next to each relevant citation listing).
  • In the "Send To" pulldown menu, select "File"
  • Once you select File, more options will appear.
  • RefWorks only recognizes PubMed records formatted in MEDLINE style. Click on the "Display" drop-down and choose "MEDLINE". NOTE: If this format is not chosen, records will not import into RefWorks.
  • In the "Send To" drop-down, choose "File".
  • RefWorks only recognizes PubMed records formatted in MEDLINE style. Click on the "Display" drop-down and choose "MEDLINE". NOTE: If this format is not chosen, records will not import into RefWorks.
  • File will be saved under the name "pubmed_result(#)" with "#" representing the number of times this has been done previously.
  • Go back into RefWorks, choose "References" and "Import".
  • In the "Import" screen, make sure "NLM PubMed" is chosen as the Import Filter/Data Source and "PubMed" as the Database.
  • Select to import into a specific folder if desired (if you don't have a specific folder ready yet, import to "Last Imported"; after the import, create a new folder and move the results over.
  • Browse to find the "pubmed_result" saved to your computer.
  • Click the "Import" button. If the references go through correctly, you will see a screen that says "Import completed". At the bottom, you will see an option to "Globally Edit Fields for Imported References". It will automatically include the date and PubMed as the data source. You can edit these fields to tag all the references you just imported with any pertinent information.

Back to Main RefWorks Page


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EndNote and RefWorks
To export citations from PubMed to EndNote or RefWorks, select the checkboxes next to the citations. Choose Citation Manager under the Send to: drop-down menu and click Create File:

Download the file to your computer and import it into EndNote or RefWorks (under Add a Reference > Import from a file > Select a file from your computer). For RefWorks you can also click the Save to RefWorks bookmarklet while viewing the PubMed results page.

Zotero
To export citations from PubMed to the Zotero add-on in Firefox, look for the yellow folder icon in the address bar (you may need to select Zotero under the Tools menu). When the icon is clicked, a list of citations will appear.

Select the citations of interest and click OK.

Mendeley
Install the Save to Mendeley button on your bookmarks toolbar. Clicking on this button will bring up a list of citations. Select the plus sign next to the citations of interest to add them to My Library, or click Save All to save the entire list.

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