Converting EndNote reference into XML references
Many authors use citation management software while writing their manuscripts. They don't manually type in a cited author's name or a number for a cited work, but select literature from a database. If this is the case the Word document containing the manuscript will contain so-called field functions, which can be recognized when you click on a reference mention:
If you have EndNote installed on your computer you can easily turn these mentions into XML tags, hence saving time integrating these manually in the XML file:
- Download and open this EndNote output style.
- Open the manuscript in Word, then in the top menu go to and under Style choose xml.
- Deactivate all field by pressing + + .
- Launch Texture and copy-and-paste the copyedited article text.
- Place figures and tables using the menu.
- Switch to the Details view (top left) and import the list of cited literature (.json file) by selecting ➞ . (You can ignore the fields for metadata.)
- Save file. Open the resulting .dar file with 7-Zip or another file extracting program of your choice and extract the file manuscript.xml.
- Find and replace the following expressions:
Almost done! Continue creating the XML file with some manual edits.