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Jabref for Windows 2.10 for Windows

by Jabref

Avg. Rating 4.7 (48 votes)

File Details

File Size 13.3 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,796
Publisher Jabref
Homepage Jabref

Publisher's Description

JabRef is an open source bibliography reference manager. The native file format used by JabRef is BibTeX, the standard LaTeX bibliography format.

Latest Reviews

saadsaleem

saadsaleem reviewed v2.1 Beta 2 on Nov 20, 2006

If I would have a chance to rank it 6 out of 5, I'd do that! A must tool for everyone who works in LaTex!!!!

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v2.1 Beta 2 on Jul 29, 2006

I work with bibliographies almost every day. I have to say that JabRef is IMO damn good, much better than Biblioscape and EndNote in almost every aspect (however, still not perfect ;-)). It works surprisingly fast with Java RE 6.0 beta 2 (http://fileforum.betanew...onment_JRE/1011824317/1 - JabRef requires Java). If you have to sort many thousand records it is considerably faster than EndNote 9!

JabRef is also very intuitive, IMO on par with Scholar's Aid 4.

There is another open source reference manager named Bibus but it makes more problems than it solves. Using Bibus is IMO a form of torture, esp. if you use it in multilingual environments.

JabRef is multiplatform (not only for Windows as some could think of the software after reading "Jabref for Windows 2.1 beta 2"), so you can relatively easy exchange the fruits of your work with someone who does not use Windows (like Linux or Mac OS X).

5/5

Avg. Rating 4.7 (48 votes)
Your Rating
saadsaleem

saadsaleem reviewed v2.1 Beta 2 on Nov 20, 2006

If I would have a chance to rank it 6 out of 5, I'd do that! A must tool for everyone who works in LaTex!!!!

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v2.1 Beta 2 on Jul 29, 2006

I work with bibliographies almost every day. I have to say that JabRef is IMO damn good, much better than Biblioscape and EndNote in almost every aspect (however, still not perfect ;-)). It works surprisingly fast with Java RE 6.0 beta 2 (http://fileforum.betanew...onment_JRE/1011824317/1 - JabRef requires Java). If you have to sort many thousand records it is considerably faster than EndNote 9!

JabRef is also very intuitive, IMO on par with Scholar's Aid 4.

There is another open source reference manager named Bibus but it makes more problems than it solves. Using Bibus is IMO a form of torture, esp. if you use it in multilingual environments.

JabRef is multiplatform (not only for Windows as some could think of the software after reading "Jabref for Windows 2.1 beta 2"), so you can relatively easy exchange the fruits of your work with someone who does not use Windows (like Linux or Mac OS X).

5/5

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