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Imported EndNote References in NVivo
import EndNote references into NVivo this will happen in NVivo:
References with attachments will be stored in your
Files References without attachments will be stored in your
Externals Referencing information will be stored in
File Classification Keywords, abstracts and notes will be stored in
NVivo 12 Guides:
Instruction for Export from EndNote
Select the EndNote References you would like to export
Click on File – then Export
Export the references as an XML file and save them where you can easily find them again. Make sure that Export Selected References is ticked.
Import web pages through Ncapture
Instructions on Importing Web Pages, Surveys and Audio
NCapture gives you the ability to import web pages.
Click on Data and then From Other Sources.
Instructions for importing the References into NVivo
Before you import, decide if you want to start a new project or use an existing one. We recommend that you have separate projects for your literature analysis and your own research data.
Import the saved XML file. You need to click on
Import and then EndNote
Find and select your XML file and then click open.
Now you need to decide:
How you want to name your sources. You can either save them by
Title or by Author and Year. Choose if you want all your references in one classification table or separate tables for each type of reference; e.g. books, thesis, journals ... We recommend you use
a single classification.
You also need to select which NVivo folders your references should be imported to.
Import source content from file attachments, URLs or figures. Select
Create memos from abstracts, keywords and notes.