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Posted by Pavi
Nov 10, 2011 at 09:01 AM

 

Hi, good news Mitchell. I used to use Zotero and both it and Mendeley are extremely easy to use (Zotero perhaps a bit easier, but Mendeley more viewing/sharing/organizational options).

Just to add, PubMed will have more articles available for free, as the new NIH policy says that all funded research MUST be made public within 1 year of publication.

Best, /Pavi

Mitchell Kastner wrote:
>Scrivener refunded the purchase price less a 15% restocking fee charged to them by
>their payment handler.
> >I am giddy using Zotero add-in in Firefox with Writing
>Outliner which is an absolute joy. I hope you bio-types won’t think any more less of me
>but I discovered only last night that PubMed has oodles of free full-text articles,
>which as an attorney is all I need. Windfall!.
> >I am skipping UR, which I adore, and I am
>sticking everything-research included—-into Writing Outliner. For example, I am
>going to prepare a medically-laden article on carpal tunnel syndrome claims under a
>federal workers’ compensation statute: you know to need to know about CTS if you plan
>on winning or defeating a CTS workers’ compensation claim. I downloaded from Westlaw
>a DISEASEDEX article which I used to create an outliner of Word docs in Writing
>Outliner. As I go through the journal articles, I will cut and paste snippets into
>these docs along with my blessed Zotero cite, or add to my outline or modify it.