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ccg
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Wiley InterScience

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Bookends doesn't seem to include a built-in filter for Wiley InterScience's plain text export format. Is there an existing filter?

Thanks.

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Most science sites that offer to export files do so in one of several styles: RIS (most common), Refer, and Pubmed. Look at the file and compare it to the corresponding filters. Once you find the best match, you may have to tweak the filter (usually just changing the tag that denotes a new reference). If none of these match Wiley Interscience, you can post a snippet here and I'll see if I (or anyone else) recognize(s) it.

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Post by ccg »

Jon,

It does seem to be close to RIS. The format isn't specified on the Wiley website, but here's an example:


AU: Darna L. Dufour
TI: Biocultural Approaches in Human Biology
SO: American Journal of Human Biology
VL: 18
NO: 1
PG: 1-9
YR: 2006
CP: Copyright © 2005 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
ON: 1520-6300
PN: 1042-0533
AD: Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80309-0233
DOI: 10.1002/ajhb.20463
US: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajhb.20463
AB: Biocultural approaches recognize the pervasiveness and dynamism of interactions between biological and cultural phenomena [snip]

The first line of the record is a blank line, unlike the TY that marks the beginning of a record in RIS format.

Thanks for your help.

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Right. So make a new filter based on RIS (name it Wiley Interscience or whatever) and change the "reference begins with" to 'AU:'.

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Re: Wiley InterScience

Post by bluloo »

I know this is an old topic but I can't get Bookends to import the .txt file exported from Wiley Interscience (exported to Mac format, plain text).

I've created a new filter based on RIS, changed the relevant tags to those used in the Wiley citation format and have the "references start with AU" as per this thread.

When I try to import BE pops up a message that no reference was imported.
Any suggestions?
Thanks

Here's a pic of my settings:

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Here's a copy of a sample exported citation:

AU: Carlos David Navarrete
AU: Daniel M.T. Fessler
AU: Diana Santos Fleischman
AU: Joshua Geyer
TI: Race Bias Tracks Conception Risk Across the Menstrual Cycle
SO: Psychological Science
VL: 20
NO: 6
PG: 661-665
YR: 2009
CP: Copyright � 2009 Association for Psychological Science
ON: 1467-9280
PN: 0956-7976
AD: Department of Psychology, Michigan State University; Department of Anthropology, Center for Behavior, Evolution and Culture, University of California, Los Angeles; Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin; and; Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2009.02352.x
US: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9280.2009.02352.x
AB: ABSTRACT2014Blah blah blah

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Re: Wiley InterScience

Post by Jon »

Hi,

The tags end in a colon, which you didn't add in the import filter (AU:, not AU).

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Re: Wiley InterScience

Post by bluloo »

Gah :oops:

Didn't realize the colon was necessary.

Thanks!
Works nicely now.

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