Reference manager

Every research manuscript necessitates use of references from previously published literature to substantiate or refute the observed experimental findings. Number of references used can be anywhere from double digits to triple digits. Multiple manuscript corrections and changes make reorganizing order of references painstakingly a horrible process. To mitigate this suffering, there are quite handy and easy to use softwares for reference management. One popular reference manager is ‘Endnote’ in which references can be directly tracked from internet and cited in the manuscript. There are hundreds of built-in bibliographic formats available. Endnote will automatically restructure the order and organization of citations according to the bibliographic specifications of specific journal.