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Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

Hello!

My faculty distributes an Excel-worksheet containing all Journals and their current Impact Factors and requests a list of the researchers publications with their respective IFs. I thought to import the list as a Term List - but how can I achieve that every reference in the library gets its Journal + IF from the new list?? Or do you have other tricks on how to accomplish this task within EndNote? (I have a solution using Filemaker to merge this information..)

 

Thanks for any input

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

I have done such a list to import in Endnote but with last year IF.

See http://www.ese.u-psud.fr/epc/conservation/SJI/Endnote_Journals.zip

The faq explaining how to enter the data is in French... google translator could help you !

If you send me the list with most recent IF, I can make an update.

 

Marc

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

Excellent! This is exactly what I did!! However, it seems that it is not working on already existing libraries or does it?

 

Thanks a lot for the encouraging answer

 

Stefano

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

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I believe you need to export the library first with the style, and then reimport it after merging.  This results in a change in the "record numbers", so only use it going forward for new papers. 

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

I just test it and it seems to work directly on any library... if someone could confirm, I am interested to know.

I just get the 2009 list. I will merge it with my name file. Give me 3 or 4 days !

 

Marc

 

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

Yes, this approach works directly on existing references.

 

 

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2009 IF as a Christmas gift

The journal list with 2009 impact factor is available here:

http://www.ese.u-psud.fr/epc/conservation/SJI/Endnote_Journals.zip

 

It will be a nice addition if Thomson could offer such a list. They produce both the impact factor and endnote...

The journal list has been checked manually and many errors (present in the Web of Science database) have been corrected.

 

Marc

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Re: 2009 IF as a Christmas gift

Hi!

Is it possible that the rating or IF is assigned to the respectice journal and displayed in the library window so that I also can sort by rating/IF?

That woukd be awesome! Thanks for your help!

 

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

Does anyone have instructions on how to import impact factors using endnote IN ENGLISH?

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Re: Use of Term Lists to assign an Impact Factor to every reference of a library

I have just updated the list of journals and I have included the 2013 impact factors. Many new journals have been added. I correct also many errors from Web Of Sciences web site about journal names and abbreviations.

The instructions are now both in French and in English (my English... be nice Smiley Wink )

The list can be found on my web page:

Sincerely,

 

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