[Bio-software] Re: Fbib Reference Manager

Kevin Karplus karplus at cheep.cse.ucsc.edu
Mon Oct 17 15:09:53 EST 2005

On 2005-10-17, fdcastro <decastro.f at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fbib is a reference manager designed specifically for scientific
> references (i.e. journal articles and book chapters) that allows to
> easily and efficiently manage your references at a fraction of the cost
> of other products.
> Key features:
>   Import and export references from and to ISI® format
>   Export to EndNote® format for easy interchange of information
>   Import lists of references from Word® files or journal articles
>   Automatically generate a list of references from a manuscript
>   Associate references with a file (PDF, text, etc.) for quick view
>   Produce a bibliography in virtually any format

BibTeX and LaTeX are free.
What fraction of that cost is Fbib?

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