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I found the following bibliography in a book:

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Is there a website which generates this kind of references automatically, that is short references?

On google scholar there are only long references:

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EDIT: I tried to do it with endnote, but there is not the style that I want. I used all Nature styles.

Thank you so much for your time.

  • The question is not clear to me. Do you want to extract the references from the PDF documents or finding the sources of these references? – Younes Sep 12 '18 at 9:58
  • Hello @Younes, I'd like to copy (from website; google scholar does not seem to do it) the references in the above (short) format. – Gennaro Arguzzi Sep 12 '18 at 10:01
  • Try this service: excite.west.uni-koblenz.de:8081/excite – Younes Sep 12 '18 at 11:13
  • Thank you for the link @Younes, but I have only a paper in my bibliography: scholar.google.it/… How can I obtain the short reference to insert in my thesis? – Gennaro Arguzzi Sep 12 '18 at 12:04
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If you're already using Endnote, you might want to select the following output styles (I show their examples of their formatting, too).

Note that these are the first 15 relevant styles in the letter 'A'. There are dozens more.

  1. ACS Catal

Morehouse, S. I.; Tung, R. S., Journal of Paleontology 1993, 17 (2), 198-209.

  1. Actachimica Slovenica

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology 1993, 17, 198-209.

  1. Adv Cancer Res

Morehouse, S. I., and Tung, R. S. (1993). Journal of Paleontology 17, 198-209.

  1. Adv in Applied Ceramics

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology, 1993, 17(2), 198-209.

  1. Adv in Polymer Technology

Morehouse, S. I.; Tung, R. S. Journal of Paleontology 1993, 17, 198-209.

  1. Adv Mfg Polymer Comp Sci

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology, 1993, 17(2), 198-209.

  1. Adv Molecular Physiology

Morehouse, S. I. and Tung, R. S. (1993). Journal of Paleontology 17, 198-209.

  1. Adv Organometallic Chem

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology 17, 198 (1993).

  1. Adv Sci Eng Med

S. I. Morehouse, and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology. 17, 198-209 (1993)

  1. Adv Sci Letters

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung. Journal of Paleontology 17, 2 (1993)

  1. Advanced Device Materials

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology, 1993, 17(2), 198-209.

  1. Advanced Functional Materials

S. I. Morehouse, R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology 1993, 17, 198;

  1. Advanced Materials

S. I. Morehouse, R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology 1993, 17, 198;

  1. Agri Forest Entomology

Morehouse, S. I. and Tung, R. S. (1993) Journal of Paleontology, 17, 198-209.

  1. AIP Style Manual

S. I. Morehouse and R. S. Tung, Journal of Paleontology 17 (2), 198-209 (1993).

  • Hello St.Inkbug this is exactly what I want. Perfect reply. – Gennaro Arguzzi Sep 13 '18 at 6:58
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Practically, no one copy & paste citations they way you try doing. There are programs like Endnote or Mendeley that are used for citation formatting. Each journal has its own citation formatting, so you do not want to reformat citations by hand each time.

So, after installing the program, you first import the citations using for example google scholar (see below). Then, in program (at least in Endnote) you choose a style and it will format you citations in Word file accordingly. In case there is no corresponding style, you can edit the existing one.

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  • Hello @student, can you post a figure with the above (my fig. 1) formatting in EndNote please? I would know if EndNote is able to do it. – Gennaro Arguzzi Sep 12 '18 at 9:43
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    @GennaroArguzzi it seems that you should try Endnote to find out if it can match your specific needs. – Solar Mike Sep 12 '18 at 10:07
  • I added the image. Not sure that this is exactly the formatting you, but these things are pretty flexible in Endnote. I think there is a trial version that you can download. – student Sep 12 '18 at 13:13
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    @GennaroArguzzi - the format you provide is a very common one for technical journals. Yes, EndNote can do it. – Jon Custer Sep 12 '18 at 13:53
  • Excellent @student. What is the name of the output style? – Gennaro Arguzzi Sep 12 '18 at 15:10

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