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New Feature of Labmeeting: Autocite

I’ve come across a great new feature, Autocite, on the blog of Labmeeting.

If you’re reading a document with a big long bibliography, you can copy and paste the bibliography into Autocite and immediately have a list of links to abstracts and full text for all the articles.  Or, if you have a webpage of your own with a list of your own past published works, you can automatically convert the plain text list into the HTML that you would use to link to the abstracts so that people who read your page can more easily find things out about your work.

Let’s give it a try. It works quite easily:

1. Copy and paste the references on your website

2. Click Autocite

3. Preview the linked version of your citations

4. Copy and paste the HTML of the linked citations

labmeeting autocite

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Martin #

    Hmm… for me, copy&paste inthe the pubmed searchbox still works better

    May 20, 2009

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