Exporting citations

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  • Anonymous
    export also in bibtex format would be welcome. Also, the available doi should be also exported.
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  • maria.gulinello
    This would be useful if it be exported as txt, endnote etc
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  • J B Lightfoote
    Definitely, we need the capability to export our own bibliography into standard filetypes, like PDF or RTF or BibTex or EndNote.
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  • pascual.campoy
    Yes, I totally agree with your comments. We need to be able to export ORCID data to PDF, BibTEx and Endnote. It is fully necessary Thanks
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  • V Sanjay Pillai
    I wants to download publications of researchers, How to do it please help.,.
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  • Dietmar Pfahl
    RIS format would be great!
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  • LSHTM Research Online
    Yep, agree it would also be useful to be able to export publications on ORCID to EndNote as we use these files to then import to our in house publications database. Creating End Note files is difficult enough as it is!
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  • Anne Costigan
    Another vote for RIS please!
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  • Anonymous
    I would also love to be able to export the orcid info to PDF or RTF or BibTex or EndNote.
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  • Anders Johansson
    Fully agree, this is a function required for making users happy.
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  • Cj
    RIS format, so that it can function with EndNote.
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  • Anon
    Export to BibTeX would be very useful. Also to other formats, including a plain text format.
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  • Anonymous
    It would be very helpful to everybody (in my case as a researcher) to have an option to export my uploaded/updated resume into Word or Latex formats, where I can see all the updated data from my publications (e.g. number of citations). Thank you, Ernesto
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  • ChristinaHw
    I agree with comment below --exporting to BibTeX for many citation manager (endnote, mendeley, zotero, refworks, etc.) would be really great. This is a feature that's missing and would be very helpful.
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  • Margy Lindem
    RIS absolutely. Researchers want to have this information move fluidly between systems.
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  • marco.valente
    I also would find useful to upload works as bibtex file
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  • marco.valente
    I also would appreciate to download citations as a bibtex file
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  • emelia
    It would be great if you could export to Endnote and an export function to .xls with the fields broken out (PMID / DOI in one field, publication date, authors, journal, etc)? and one with the the entire citation - for maximum flexibility. Thanks, Emelia J. Benjamin, MD, ScM, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Boston University, Assistant Provost for Faculty Development, Boston University Medical Campus.
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  • Anonymous
    I also would appreciate to download citations as a bibtex file and export to ResearcherId
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  • asaleh
    RIS
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  • alyssa
    RIS
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  • Anonymous
    Exporting to BibTeX, readable by *LaTeX and JabRef, would be great!
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  • Francesco
    Is anybody reading? We are all asking to implement the possibility to export citations in bibtex. Please add this feature asap
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  • Gail Clement
    Agree with others on comment feed that batch-exporting works in ORCiD profile to RIS format would be a huge incentive to filling out the works section. I've invested days of hard labor getting all the pubs of a faculty member into his ORCiD profile but need a way to get them back out for other purposes...
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  • Audrey Bondar
    Endnote is frequently used here by both the library staff as well as researchers, physicians, etc.
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  • Anonymous
    You can easily import the whole bulk of information from orcid into researchID, I have done it. Just a few clicks.
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  • Infinitydesigncurtain
    Thanks for the suggestion. ^-^
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  • Nigel Isaacs
    RIS would be an excellent idea
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  • Anonymous
    RIS download to EndNote would be much appreciated by researchers and their department administrators.
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  • Georg Leitinger
    Dear ORCID Team, I twould really be great to Export also to .csv file Format - not necessarily for references (I agree with all others (bibtex, RIS, ...) - but e.g. for peer-reviewing activities (publons records) which probably we all need for Evaluation purposes - THANKS for your effort and ORCID in General :-) Georg ___________________________________ Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Georg Leitinger University of Innsbruck - Institute of Ecology Sternwartestr. 15 (304), A-6020 Innsbruck phone +43-512-507-51620 fax +43-512-507-51699 e georg.leitinger@uibk.ac.at
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