Brief comparison between the Information Tracking Tools

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    Alicia Black
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    Through this post, I want to discuss with you about the 3 widely known tools for tracking research information. You might very well know which famous tools am I talking about, these are:

    1. EndNote: It is desktop and web-based software with option to store and manage references. Formatting options for references are also available in all styles such as APA, MLA, Chicago, etc. Another feature is that you can insert citations directly into the word document while working with EndNote.
    2. Mendeley: A desktop program that can be used to manage and share research papers and research based information online across account holders. All information is organized into folders and metadata is automatically fetched from PDFs.
    3. Zotero: A Firefox plug-in that easily captures information about books, articles and other online sources. It can also be linked to MS Word or Open Office to format references in widely used formats including APA, MLA, AMA, CSE and Chicago.

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