Currently Zotero not playing nice with Web of Science, or any of the other Web of Knowledge databases
e.g. error "Could Not Save Item. An error occurred while saving this item. Check Known Translator Issues for more information."
Please go to http://github.com/ajlyon/translators/raw/master/ISI%20Web%20of%20Knowledge.js and save the file to the translators directory of your Zotero data directory (http://www.zotero.org/support/zotero_data).
Restart Firefox, and it should start saving from all WoK/ISI databases. Currently, it saves all of the results for your current query-- that'll change soon, but the courageous can try it out now."
There are unresolved issues that make multiple item saves fail, so this is limited to one item per save at present (DATA@dec 2011).
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
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- You can enter the URL of an article in the "Post URL" page which you can find within the "My CiteULike" menu.
- However, you will probably find it more convenient to use one of our browser buttons which will let you post articles to CiteULike with a single click
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- Import to My library. Pick a BibTeX or RIS file. Pretty much any BibTeX file should be fine. We should be able to cope with macros, comments, and most of the other strange things people put in their BibTeX files. Pretty much any RIS file should be OK too.