4 august 2012 06:01
I have been working on a complete bibliography of all publications in my area of interest in the last decade. I have been looking through over 800 journals and 2000 conferences, one at a time, manually, to gather a list of papers, which I would be classifying according to multiple parameters. Is there a better way to import a list of papers and their source (with the journal / conference name and the year), into a database, so that I would be able to go through this list when am offline, and look through the abstracts of the relevant ones, later on?
I spend most of my time making a list of papers manually. Any help or pointers to work around this, would be of great help.
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