WIKINDX is an open source, single or multi-user bibliographic and quotations/notes management and article authoring system.
It features searchable references, notes and citations and integrated with a WYSIWYG word processor to author publication-ready articles automatically formatted to chosen citation styles.
Wikindx is categorised as reference management software, but also enables users to write notes and entire papers.
- Manage bibliographic data allowing users to search with speed and accuracy.
- Store unlimited quotes, paraphrases and thoughts and to cross-reference them in a searchable database.
- Allows multiple attachments for each bibliographic resource.
- View and export in seven bibliographic styles: Chicago, MLA, APA and Harvard, Turabian, British Medical Journal and IEEE.
- Edit or create bibliographic styles using an intuitive graphical user interface.
- Integrates a WYSIWYG word processor with easy importation of quotes etc. so that users can write an article, from draft through to publication with automatic citation formatting, entirely in a single application.
- Reformat Wikindx-created articles to another citation style whether that style uses footnotes, endnotes or in-text citation.
- Import and export other bibliographic formats including BibTeX, Reference Manager, ProCite and EndNote (tabbed textfile and XML file) format.
- 39 resource types.
- Multi-user mode – create and manage your own bibliographies drawn from the WIKINDX master bibliography and browse other users’ bibliographies.
- Create user groups and user group bibliographies.
- Enter/edit bibliographic resources.
- Add unlimited file attachments to each resource.
- Catalogue resources by categories and keyword(s).
- Enter/edit a general note about the whole resource.
- Enter/edit quotes and paraphrases from those resources.
- Enter/edit thoughts or musings on various aspects of a resource (can be private or public).
- Add keywords to resource metadata such as quotes, paraphrases and musings.
- Use BBCode in all textarea input.
- Cross-reference other WIKINDX resources from within quotes, paraphrases, musings, notes and abstracts.
- Edit keywords, creators, publishers and journals.
- Comprehensive search across all the above with highlighting of search terms using either Quick Search or Power Search.
- Reorder bibliographic lists by first creator, title, resource type, publisher, year of publication or timestamp.
- Select resources by category, keywords, creator, publisher etc.
- Browse all creators, publishers, collections, categories and keywords with font colour and size indicating frequency of occurrence.
- Unlimited primary creators, editors, translators and revisers, composers, agents, performers etc.
- Export bibliographic lists (optionally annotated) with a range of formatting options to Rich Text Format (RTF) files for easy insert into word processors.
- Cut ‘n’ Paste BibTeX entries to the database.
- User-defined paging of long bibliographic lists.
- View all quotes, paraphrases and musings or a single random one.
- One-click return to last bibliographic list or single view.
- Store up to 20 bookmarks for quick return to single views and resource lists
- Add resources to a temporary basket for viewing and exporting.
- Select a visual style.
- Insert WIKINDX references in a Content Management System.
- Import WIKINDX resources into Zotero.
- Extended with plug-ins including PubMed and Amazon Import plug-ins.
- Supports non-English multi-byte character sets.
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