Importing an EndNote Tagged File

In addition to RIS and BibTeX formats, many Web-based resources let you export bibliographic information in EndNote Tagged (ENW) format.

Citavi can import and export bibliographic information in EndNote Tagged format. A typical EndNote Tagged entry looks like this:

%0 Edited Book

%E Handke, Jürgen

%E Franke, Peter

%T The virtual linguistics campus

%D 2006

%C Münster

%I Waxmann

%J Strategies and concepts for successful e-learning

%P 324 S.

%K E-Learning

Importing an EndNote Tagged File

Many web-based databases support direct export to Citavi. See Importing References in a Standard Format.

If you have an EndNote tagged file (with the .enw file name extension) on your computer already, double-click it to start the import or drag it into the navigation pane in the Reference Editor.

Field mapping

The reference types supported in ENW format differ to some degree from the ones available in Citavi. This overview shows the mapping of reference types when importing from ENW format:

EndNote Tagged Reference Type

Citavi Reference Type

%0 Ancient Text

Archive material

%0 Artwork

Unknown reference type

%0 Audiovisual Material

Audio or video document

%0 Bill

Unknown reference type

%0 Book

Book

%0 Book Section

Contribution in an Edited Book

%0 Case

Unknown reference type

%0 Chart or Table

Unknown reference type

%0 Classical Work

Collected work

%0 Computer Program

Software

%0 Conference Paper

Contribution in conference proceedings

%0 Conference Proceedings

Conference proceedings

%0 Dictionary

Edited book

%0 Edited Book

Edited book

%0 Electronic Article

Journal article

%0 Electronic Book

Book

%0 Electronic Source

Internet document

%0 Encyclopedia

Edited book

%0 Equation

Unknown reference type

%0 Figure

Unknown reference type

%0 Film or Broadcast

Movie

%0 Generic

Unknown reference type

%0 Government Document

Report or Gray Literature

%0 Grant

Unknown reference type

%0 Hearing

Unknown reference type

%0 Journal Article

Journal article

%0 Legal Rule or Regulation

Statute or Regulation

%0 Magazine Article

Journal article

%0 Manuscript

Manuscript

%0 Map

Map

%0 Newspaper Article

Newspaper article

%0 Online Database

Unknown reference type

%0 Online Multimedia

Unknown reference type

%0 Patent

Patent

%0 Personal Communication

Personal Communication

%0 Report

Report or Gray Literature

%0 Statute

Statute or Regulation

%0 Thesis

Thesis

%0 Unpublished Work

Report or Gray Literature

%0 Web Page

Internet document

%0 Unused 1

Unknown reference type

%0 Unused 2

Unknown reference type

%0 Unused 3

Unknown reference type

Field Mapping

When you import an EndNote Tagged file, Citavi uses various field mappings depending on the reference type. Citavi imports the following fields:

ENW

EndNote Field

%A

Author

%B

Secondary Title (of a Book or Conference Name)

%C

Place Published

%D

Year

%E

Editor /Secondary Author

%F

Label

%G

Language

%H

Translated Author

%I

Publisher

%J

Secondary Title (Journal Name)

%K

Keywords

%L

Call Number

%M

Accession Number

%N

Number (Issue)

%P

Pages

%Q

Translated Title

%R

Electronic Resource Number

%S

Tertiary Title

%T

Title

%U

URL

%V

Volume

%X

Abstract

%Y

Tertiary Author

%Z

Notes

%0

Reference Type

%6

Number of Volumes

%7

Edition

%8

Date

%9

Type of Work

%?

Subsidiary Author

%@

ISBN/ISSN

%(

Original Publication

%>

Link to PDF

%[

Access Date