I'm starting to write my bachelor thesis. It's my first time ever using citation software to manage the citations in the document and to generate the bibliography at the end of the document. So bear with me if my question is totally wrong.
Basically I added an image to my thesis. I found the image in paper A which in turn referenced the image from another paper B. Now I need to reference this original paper B.
Now I need that exact bibliography entry in my thesis. I'm using Mendeley. I could manually enter the author names, the title etc.
But I'm wondering if there is a way to submit the entire entry and automatically add the document to Mendeley. After all the entry has all the necessary information to add the document and it is well separated by periods that identify each part of the citation.
So do I need to manually enter the document or can Mendeley automatically add it from the entry (second image above)?