2 Reference Management Software Comparison Compiled by: Dörte Böhner (HSU Hamburg), Thomas Stöber (LMU München) and Astrid Teichert (TUB München) July Updated by Dorothea Lemke (TUB München), Jana Votteler (Information Retrieval Services (IVS-BM), Max Planck Society), Katja Tietze (TUB München), Michael Ladisch (UCD Library), Patrick Frauenrath (UB Augsburg), Petra Frommer (BSB München) and Sabine Fuhrmann-Wagner (UB Augsburg) June Version: June 2013 (3., updated version) Content: > Key questions to select the right reference management software > General: Provider / URL, tested version, licence model, cost, language > Technical Specifications: Installation, platform / operating system, mobile app, character coding, max. number of records, max. online storage space > Import I: Database search, data import > Import II: Export from databases, capturing of metadata from websites, other import options, full text search > Data Format: Document types, fields > Editing I: Indices, completion of metadata, interconnections > Editing II: Linking / integration of documents, eding of documents, duplicate checking, global changes, folders / groups > View, Search: Viewing, sorting, searching > Collaboration: Sharing, collaboration, social networking > Citing: Citation styles, generating of bibliographies (static), word processor integration (dynamic) > Miscellaneous: Export, other features, remarks > Ease of Use: Performance, ease of use, help / guides > Overview > Final evaluation > Imprint All information for this software comparison is compiled after comprehesive software testing. However, due to the complexity and continuing development of applications we can not assume any guarantee for the accuracy of the information. If you detect any errors or omissions please contact us at
3 Key questions to select the right reference management software Answers to many of the following questions can be found in this software comparison document. However, some question will be answered only by testing the programme yourself. Ease of Use / Usability > Do I like the interface? Is it intuitive to me? > Do I easily find the functions I'm looking for? Operating system > Which software can I use with my operating system (Linux, Mac, Windows)? > Which software offers a web version? > Which software offers a mobile version/app? Help > Are there any training courses for beginners? > Are there any materials for self training (e.g. videos, manuals)? > Is there any support if I need help (library, company, IT hotline, forums etc.)? Compatibility > What external programmes should my reference management software support (e.g. word processor) Costs > Does the software cost anything? > Is there a campus licence at my institution (university/company)? > Are there potentially additional costs (e.g. after leaving institution, need for more storage space)? What features should my reference management software offer? > Catalogue and database search from within the programme? > Indexing and structuring of content? > Searching for full text? > PDF editing? > Generating bibliographies? > Managing quotes / ideas? > Online access? > Sharing and/or jointly editing references? > Task planning? > LaTeX support? Where do I usually work? > Do I use always the same computer or do I switch sometimes? > Do I have permission to install software on the computer I use? > What reference management software do my colleagues/collaborators use?
4 General Provider / URL Tested Version Licence Model Cost (approx.) Might differ in different countires due to taxation Language Open Source, freeware or commercial? Single user or multi user licence? Citavi Swiss Academic Software, 4.1 > Commercial > Free version "Citavi Free", limited to 100 references per project > Single user licences; student licences; site licences Single user licences (discount for more than 4 licences) > Commercial users from 260 > Academic institutions 190 > Students / Personal use English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish Docear Different developers, funded by BMWI 1.0 beta 9 > Free > GPL 2 -- English, German, French, Dutch... EndNote Thomson Reuters, X7 > Commercial > Single user licences; Concurrent licences; Student licences; Volume licences (more than 20); Campus licences; Company licences; Research & Teaching licences > Free version "EndNote Basic" with limited functionality and limited storage space (50,000 references, 20 citation styles, 2 GB storage space, 6 databases) > Single user licence > Students English Web version also German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean JabRef Different developers Free web service (with Java Web Start) + open source software (General Public Licence) -- + English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese Mendeley Mendeley Ltd (Desktop) > Free web service (up to 2 GB) + desktop version > Personal Storage (Plus / Pro / Max) + Team Plans: more storage + more private groups = higher cost > Personal: from 5 GB for 4,99/month to unlimited storage for 14,99/month, one private group > Team Plans: unlimited private groups and storage; from 5 collaborators for 49/month to 50 collaborators for 274/month; for education and non-profit use (double charge for commercial and government use) English Papers Mekentosj (Mac) > Commercial > Single user licences and group licences Single user licence $ 59 $ per version English RefWorks RefWorks, March 2012 > Commercial > Single user licences and campus licences Single user licence $ 100/year + English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Korean... Zotero Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, Free web service (up to 300 MB) and Open-Source Software > 2 GB for $ 20/year > up to 25 GB for $ 240/year Language setting in Firefox (Firefox extension) or of operating system (Standalone version)
5 Technical Specifications Installation Platform / Operating System Mobile App Character Encoding Max. Number of References Max. Online Storage Space Desktop / Web based Unicode / Special characters Citavi > Desktop > Windows > Use on Mac only through simulations of Windows environment no Unicode support + Unlimited (Recommendation: max. 20,000 references per project) -- Docear > Desktop + > Desktop: Windows, Mac, Linux > Web: platform independent > Java required no Unicode support + Unlimited -- EndNote > Desktop > Web based + > Desktop: Windows, Mac > Web: platform independent + > EndNote for ipad > Synchronisation with EndNote Web > EndNote Web Mobile (Browser version for mobile devices) Unicode support + > Desktop version: unlimited > Web version: unlimted > EndNote Basic: 50,000 references > Web: 5 GB > Basic: 2 GB JabRef > Web based > Desktop + > Desktop: Windows, Mac, Linux > Web: platform independent > Java required For tablets with Windows 8 Unicode support + Unlimited -- Mendeley > Web based > Desktop + > Desktop: Windows, Mac, Linux > Web: platform independent + > Mendeley for iphone / ipod Touch / ipad (limited functionality) > Synchronisation with Web Account Unicode support + Unlimited Free version 2 GB Papers > Desktop > Mac > Windows (limited functionality) + > Papers for iphone / ipad / ipod Touch > Synchronisation with Mac Unicode support + Unlimited Unlimited RefWorks > Web based + Web: platform independent + RefMobile (pared-down RefWorks version) Unicode support + Unlimited Depending on institutional licence Zotero > Firefox Extension > Standalone Version > Web Version + > Firefox Extension > Web: platform independent > Standalone Version: Windows, Mac, Linux + Third party apps, e.g. Zandy, ZotPad Unicode support + Unlimited > Free version 300 MB "file storage" (PDFs etc.) > Unlimited for "data syncing" (references)
6 Import I Database Search Data Import Is database search from within the software supported? What resources are available? Data import via import filter supported? Which import filters are available? (bibliographic databases and other reference management software) Citavi + Yes > Acces to over 4,000 resources > Access to additional resources can be requested + Yes > 15 reference management software (LiteRat, Endnote, Bibliographix, ProCite etc.) > RIS, BibTeX > approx. 4,500 database specific filters > Editable import for tables or databases > Additional filters can be requested Docear EndNote + Yes > Access to over 4,000 resources > Access to additional resources can be requested + Yes > RIS, Tab Delimited > over 600 database specific filters JabRef + Yes Access to selected databases (e.g. JSTOR, IEEEXplore, Medline) + Yes > BibTeX, RIS, Tab Delimited, EndNote etc. > Creation of personal import filters supported Mendeley -- + Yes BibTeX, RIS, EndNote XML, Zotero Papers + Yes Access to 26 resources + Yes BibTeX, CiteULike Library, EndNote (ENW / XML), PubMed, RIS RefWorks + Yes > Access to over 800 resources > Access to additional resources can be requested or added by administrator + Yes > Bibliographix, Endnote > RIS, BibTeX, MAB, MARC > 1,000 database specific filters > Additional filters can be requested Zotero -- + Yes RIS, BibTeX, MODS, RDF, Refer / BibIX, RDF etc.
7 Import II Export from Databases Is direct export from databases into software supported? From which databases? Capturing of Metadata from Web Pages Other Import Options Full Text Search Is full text search supported? Citavi + Yes Search for databases at: quellen.aspx + With Citavi Picker (for Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome): Import of metadata or content from websites + > Import of bibliographic data by submitting ISBN, DOI or PubMed-ID > Import from bibliographies > Import from PDFs with Acrobat Picker + Yes Docear + Yes All databases with export option in BibTeX format ne EndNote + Yes Direct export supported, see: + others + With Capture-Button: Import of metadata from websites + > Files per Drag & Drop + Yes, via OpenURL > Folder with sub-folder (keeps folder structure) > Auto import of new documents from auto import folder JabRef + Yes All databases with export option in BibTeX format + Import of bibliographic data by submitting ISBN or DOI Mendeley + Yes Databases with specific export format (e.g. RIS, BibTeX) + > With Web Importer (bookmarklet) > Capturing of website screenshots + > Files and folders per Drag & Drop > Auto import of new documents from "watched folder" > Import of bibliographic data by submitting PubMed ID, ArXiv ID or DOI + Yes, but only from Mendeley's Research Catalog, not in desktop version Papers + Yes Databases with specific export format (e.g. RIS, BibTeX) + With integrated browser or "Open in Papers" bookmarklet + > Files and folders per Drag & Drop (keeps folder structure) > "Print to Papers" > "Scan to Papers" Yes, via link to publisher; no OpenURL RefWorks + Yes Direct export supported, see: + With RefGrab-It (completion of metadata) + With subscription to RSS feeds Zotero + Yes Databases with specific export format (e.g. RIS, BibTeX) + > Icons in URL; see > Capturing snapshot of websites > Bookmarklet for other browsers than Firefox + > Files per Drag & Drop > Import of bibliographic data by submitting ISBN, DOI or PubMed ID + Yes, via Google Scholar, CrossRef and OpenURL
8 Data Format Document Types Fields Which document types (book, book chapter etc.) are supported? Are user generated document types supported? How many fields are assigned to each document type? Are user generated fields supported? Citavi 35 document types Depends on document type + 9 fields document specific customisable Docear 19 document types Depends on document type; ca. 37 fields EndNote 51 document types + Yes (Modification of available document types / customisation of three "unused" document types) 58 fields (incl. custom fields) + 8 "Custom Fields" customisable JabRef 19 document types + Yes (Modification of available document types and creation of new document types) Depends on document type; ca. 37 fields + Unlimited number of fields globally or document specific customisable Mendeley 20 document types Depends on document type; ca. 16 fields Papers 85 document types Depends on document type; ca. 30 fields RefWorks 31 document types 71 fields + 15 free text fields customisable Zotero 38 document types Depends on document type; ca. 25 fields
9 Editing I Indices Completion of Metadata Interconnections Do newly added data (authors, journal titles, keywords) automatically generate term lists / indices? Automatic completion from term lists on data input? Is completion of metadata by using other sources supported? Is interconnection of references supported (e.g. new editions, translations)? Citavi + Yes (authors, institutions, keywords, place published, publishers, journal titles, series, categories, libraries) + Yes + Input of ISBN, DOI or PubMed-ID completes bibliographic data and adds book cover + > Edited book and its chapters are linked > Two-way referrals between references within a project are supported Docear + Yes (customisable) + Yes + Yes, via the field "Crossref" by using the BibTeX-Key of the parent publication EndNote + Yes (authors, keywords, place published, publisher, journal titles); in addition users can create new term lists; pre-defined journal term lists available + Yes + Completion of metadata with function "Find Reference Updates" JabRef + Yes (customisable) + Yes + > Input of ISBN or DOI completes bibliographical data > Per URL of database Citeseer (if already known) > Completion of metadata from PDFs Mendeley + Yes (authors, keywords, journal titles) + Yes + > Automatic completion of metadata from PDFs > "Needs Review" search in Google Scholar + Yes, via the field "Crossref" by using the BibTeX-Key of the parent publication Papers + Yes (authors, keywords, journal titles, conferences, websites) + Yes + "Match" button: Metadata search in incorporated databases (customisable) RefWorks + Yes (authors, keywords, journal titles) + Yes + Via RefGrab-It Zotero + Yes (authors, keywords, place published, publisher, journal titles, tags) + Yes + Completion of metadata from PDFs (manually with right click) + Yes, by using the function "Related"
10 Editing II Linking / Integration of Documents Editing of Documents (PDFs) Duplicate Checking Global Changes Folders / Groups Is linking / integration of documents supported? Is creation and allocation of folders/groups supported? Citavi + Yes Only with external editor; comments and highlighted text is displayed in Citavi preview + Yes + Yes + Yes (categories; within categories multiple levels and multiple allocations possible) Docear, only relative links supported Only with external editor; then import of comments and highlighting into mindmaps + Yes + Yes (multiple levels; also multiple and automatic allocations possible) EndNote + Yes, (absolute links and relative links to copy in project) + Annotations and highlighting text supported + Yes (also customisable) + Yes + Yes (groups; one level; also multiple and automatic allocations possible) JabRef, only relative links supported + Yes + Yes + Yes (multiple levels; also multiple and automatic allocations possible) Mendeley + Yes + Annotations and highlighting text supported Papers + Yes + Annotations and highlighting text supported + Yes + Yes + Yes (folders; multiple levels; multiple allocations possible) + Yes + Yes + Yes (folders; multiple levels; also multiple and automatic allocations possible) RefWorks + Yes + Yes ("exact" and "close" duplicates) + Yes + Yes (folders; multiple levels; multiple allocations possible) Zotero + Yes, only with external editors + Yes Only for tags + Yes (folders; multiple levels; also multiple and automatic allocations possible)
11 View / Search Viewing Sorting Searching What options to view references are available? (short view / full view / customisable) What options to sort references are available? Is quick search and search in selected field with Boolean operators supported? Search performance? Can searches be saved? Citavi > Tab view (tabs customisable) > List view (formated) > Table view (displayed fields customisable) + Click on field headers or separate sort function + > Quick search > Search in selected fields (both with Boolean operators) + Good > Yes: in catalogues / databases > No: in own project Docear > Short view > Full view + Click on category, also sorting by multiple criteria + > Quick search > Advanced search (Boolean operators can be used) > Global search within all open databases + Good + Yes EndNote > List view (customisable) > Preview > Full view + Click on field headers or separate sort function + > Quick search > Advanced search with Boolean operators > Search in attached PDFs + Good + Yes JabRef > Short view > Full view + Click on category, also sorting by multiple criteria + > Quick search > Advanced search (Boolean operators can be used) > Global search within all open databases + Good + Yes Mendeley > List view > Citation view + Click on field headers + > Quick search for author, title, publication, year, notes (with Boolean operators) > Search in attached PDFs + Good Papers > List view (fields customisable) > Several view options for integrated documents + Click on field headers + > Quick search > Advanced search > Search in attached PDFs + Good + Yes RefWorks > List view > Full view > Short view + Pulldown menu + > Quick search > Search by using controlled vocabulary > Field search Acceptable + Yes Zotero > List view (customisable) > Timeline view - visualisation with timeline and colour tagging of topic + Click on field headers + > Quick search > Advanced search > Tag search > Search in attached PDFs + Good + Yes
12 Collaboration Sharing Collaboration Social Networking Can references be shared (read only) with other users? Can multiple users edit references? Citavi + Yes, in "Teamproject" Docear + Yes; warnings and confirmations when changing BibTeX file with references EndNote + Yes, via + Yes, in shared folder in online version with editing permission for other registered users JabRef Mendeley + > Sharing of groups and papers in online version > Yes, via + Yes, in shared groups + > Communication in interest groups > Sharing of own publications > Creating of own researcher profile > People search Papers + Yes, via, , Facebook and Twitter + > Yes, in "Livfe Collections" (only references) > Reviews for references RefWorks Zotero + Yes, via "RefShare" (only with campus licence) + > Sharing of groups and papers in online version > Sharing of own library in online version + Yes in "RefShare" (only with campus licence) + Yes, in shared groups + > Communication in interest groups > Creating of own researcher profile > People search
13 Citing Citation Styles What citation styles are available? Are common styles such as MLA, APA, Harvard available? Are citation styles editable? Generating of Bibliographies (static) Is export of single (formated) references supported? Can bibliographies be generated and exported as text file? Word Processor Integration (dynamic) Is export of references into word processors supported? Automatic update of bibliogaphy when adding new reference? Citavi + > More than 1,800 citation styles > New citation styles can be requested from provider + Yes + Yes + Yes + > Yes > Word Add-In > "Publication assistant" for OpenOffice, LibreOffice and 8 TeX editors > Yes with Word Add-In > No with publication assistent, bibliography is being created and added by formatting of text document Docear > Formatting and citation styles with BibTeX > 20 default styles with Word Add-In, another 1,700 styels can be added see BibTeX see BibTeX > see BibTeX > Word Add-In: Yes + Yes (Support for some LaTeX editors and Word Add-In) + > Updating of bibliography after next BibTex / LaTeX run > Automatic update in Word EndNote + More than 5,000 citation styles + Yes + Yes + Yes, (with export function and "Subject Bibliography") + Yes ("Cite While You Write") (Word, Pages, OpenOffice) JabRef Formatting and citation styles with BibTeX see BibTeX see BibTeX see BibTeX + Yes (Support for some LaTeX editors and OpenOffice / LibreOffice) + Automatic update + > Updating of bibliography after next BibTex / LaTeX run > Automatic update in OpenOffice / LibreOffice Mendeley + > 12 citation styles with installation > More then 6,400 styles can be added (incl. user generated and modified styles. See: + Yes + Yes + Yes (with Plug-In for Word and OpenOffice) + Automatic update Papers + > 15 citation styles > More then 6,400 styles can be added. See: + Yes (with Citation Style Editor: editor.citationstyles.org/) + Yes + Yes Yes, ("Magic Citations") can be used in all word processors, but prone to errors + Automatic update RefWorks + > More then 1,600 citation styles > New citation styles can be requested + Yes (can also be shared with other RefWorks users) + Yes + Yes + Yes (WriteNCite for Word + Word for Mac; online and offline version); for other word processors: One Line / Cite View + Automatic update Zotero + > 16 citation styles with installation > More then 6,400 styles can be added. See: + Yes (with Citation Style Editor: editor.citationstyles.org/) + Yes (with "Drag-and-drop Quick Copy") + Yes (highlight reference, right click, creat bibliography) + Yes (Word Plug-In; OpenOffice extensions) + Automatic update
14 Miscellaneous Export Other Features Remarks Is export of references in specific file format supported? Citavi + Yes (BibTeX, EndNote, RIS); Exports as MS Access file; Export in table formats + Knowledge management: > Adding of personal thoughts / ideas > Categorising of references, quotes and thoughts > Creating hierarchy within categories > Using Citavi Picker to copy Adobe Acrobat-Reader / Word texts into documents Task planner (organising of tasks, deadlines etc.) Auto generation of BibTeX key > Successor of LiteRat > Installation from USB key possible Docear + Yes (RIS, EndNote, HTML and table formats) + > Organising of notes, thoughts and quotes in Mindmaps > Import of PDF annotations into Mindmaps > Generating of hierarchy by exporting Mindmaps in different formats > Task planner with notes and reminders > Reference management only part of software, focus on knowledge management > Online version planned > Knowledge management segment works also with other, external reference management software such as JabRef, Mendeley and Sente EndNote + Yes (BibTeX, RIS, Tab Delimited) + > "Manuscript Wizard": structuring of documents > Automatic renaming of PDFs at import > Support and training through Adept Scientific > Integration into other Thomson Reuters products (ISI Web of Knowledge, ResearcherID) JabRef + Yes (BibTeX, RIS, EndNote, XML) + > Auto generation of BibTeX key > 5-level ranking, 3-level prioritisation and relevance marking and quality marking > Batch processing of multiple datasets > Creation and addition of plug-ins possible > Mobile version available Mendeley + Yes (BibTeX, RIS, EndNote XML) + > Synchronisation of BibTeX file supported Number of downloads is being used for Altmetrics services (altmetrics.com, ImpactStory, etc.) Papers + Yes (BibTeX, EndNote XML Library, Refman) + > Auto generation of BibTeX key > "My Research" folder contains all documents with attached quotes > "Sources" displays authors, conferences, journals and their most recent publications > "Design Software for Research" > Generation of archive file possible > Windows version has limited functionality RefWorks + Yes (BibTeX, RIS, Tab Delimited, RefWorks Tagged, XML) Campus licence: > Administrator area for institutional settings > Usage statistics > RSS feeds > Subscription based "RefAware Awareness Service" can be added; see Zotero + Yes (BibTeX, RIS, MODS, RDF) + > Generating of reference independet notes > Many plug-ins vavailable > Regular back-up recommended 14
15 Ease of Use Performance Ease of Use Help / Guides Speed, response time How intuitive is user interface? What help / guides are available? Citavi + Good + Very good (very intuitive; separate steps and options are explained) + > Getting Started Guide > Manual > Manual for academic work > Videos and slide shows > Very good context sensitive help (customisable / editable) > Forum > Ticket system > Chat Docear + Good Ease of use is medium, unclear; Word Add-In is intuitive comprehensive documentation yet EndNote + Good Ease of use is medium - many functions rather "technical", need for explanation (e.g. input field, RIS export, syntax for citation style customisation) + > Manual > Manual for academic work > Online training documents > Online tutorials > Mailing list (only English); forum > Phone support (Mo-Fr ) > support JabRef + Good + Good (designed for LaTeX users) > Online help pages > User forum Mendeley + Good + Good + > Online help pages > Getting Started Guide > Feedback forum > Video tutorials Papers + Good + Good (designed for Mac users) > Online tutorials > Help centre > Very slow response time RefWorks + Good + Good + > Manual > Online help pages > Tutorials > and phone support > Online training Zotero + Good + Good > Video tutorials > Help pages > Forum
16 Overview Licence Model Commercial Free Installation Desktop Web based Operating System Windows Mac OS Linux Mobile App Database Search Data Import Export from Databases Capturing of Metadata from Web Pages Other Import Options Completion of Metadata Linking of References Duplicate Checking Folders and Groups Sharing Privately or Publicly Jointly Editing Social Networking Separate Bibliographies Word Processor Intergration Intuitive User Interface Citavi Docear EndNote JabRef Mendeley Papers RefWorks Zotero
17 Final Evaluation Criteria for Evaluation Citavi > Licence model and price > Platform / Operating system > Database search > Import options > Full text search > Completion of metadata > Attaching / integrating of documents > Sharing, jointly editing > Social networking options > Word processor integration > Other functions > Ease of use > Help, guides Under "Strenght" and "Weakness" we have listed features which stand out very positive or negative within the respective criterion. Strenght Weakness User Group For which user group is the software appropriate? + Commercial and free version with full functionality (limited to 100 references per project) Windows only (XP no longer supported) > Windows users > Beginners to professionals + Full text search Bibliography will be added after formatting, when using the Publication Assistent + Comprehensive knowledge management and task planning web version + Jointly editing in team projects possible + Very intuitive interface + Extensive help options and very good individual support + Easy to use Word Add-In with useful functions Docear + Platform independent (Windows, Mac, Linux) Relatively high learning curve + Open Source, free Reduced functionality in reference management compared to original JabRef + Very good for excerpting and structuring of literature Incomplete documentation; little support + Good Word integration EndNote + For Windows and Mac Moderate usability + Web version free for subscribers to Web of Science and with purchase of desktop Web version: documents can not be shared between members of a shared version group (only references) + Free web version EndNote Basic (limited functionality) + Full text search + Synchronisation improved JabRef + Desktop and web based version read-only or full sharing option + Platform independent (Windows, Mac, Linux) + Open Source, free > Needs some experience with reference management software and some computer "savvyness" due to complexity of programm. > aimed at LaTeX user > Windows and Mac users > With some training for all user groups For all user groups, but primarily aimed at LaTeX users Mendeley + Desktop and web based version database seach from within the programme For all user groups + Platform independent (Windows, Mac, Linux) Creation of bibliographies only with cut & paste + Free (up to 2 GB storage) Sharing of documents with wider public could become copyright issue. Check + Collaboration in groups copyright legistlation in your country. + Social networking features + One of the data sources for Altmetrics services Papers + Designed for Mac OS (Apple's "Design Award for Research") Windows version not stable + Matching function for data search in scanned documents OpenURL links not supported RefWorks + Platform independent Attaching of documents (images, PDFs) only with campus licence + Comprehensive help Windows 8 and MS Office 2013 not supported + Collaboration in RefShare possible Zotero + Desktop version, Firefox extension and web based database seach from within the programme + Platform independent (Windows, Mac, Linux) + Open Source, free + Social Networking; sharing of papers in groups + Creation of separate notes (unrelated to references) > Aimed at Mac users > Intuitive use for beginners > For smaller rerefence collections and big projects For all user groups > For undergraduates (free) > For smaller reference collections > All research areas
18 Imprint Content: Dorothea Lemke Universitätsbibliothek der Technischen Universität München Arcisstr München Tel.: 089 / English translation: Michael Ladisch University College Dublin Library, Ireland Disclaimer: All information for this software comparison is compiled after comprehesive software testing. However, due to the complexity and continuing development of applications we can not assume any guarantee for the accuracy of the information. If you detect any errors or omissions please contact us at
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