Reference Tracker 2.2 | MacOSX | 8.7 MB
Reference Tracker is an indispensable tool for writers, researchers or students. It creates documents that store all the citations and references in an essay, research project or book. It automatically creates Harvard, APA, MLA or Chicago/Turabian formatted reference lists to insert into your writing when needed.
Create Full References In A Single Step
Publication Lookup & SearchWith Reference Tracker's Publication Lookup, all you need is an ISBN or DOI to create a full reference in your documents. If you don't have the ISBN or DOI to hand, Reference Tracker's Publication Search will find books and articles by title, author and other key terms.
Generate Formatted Reference Lists
Generate Reference Lists Generate a formatted reference list with a single click. Reference Tracker has the latest versions of the most popular styles, including Harvard, APA, Chicago, MLA and Vancouver. Formatted lists are fully editable in Reference Tracker's rich text editor and you can export your lists to WeiRuan-->WeiRuan Word, Rich Text, Plain Text, HTML, BibTex and RIS formats.
Create and Share Custom Reference Styles
Share to Cloud Reference Tracker 2 has a really easy to use styles editor so you can create your own custom styles, or modify any existing styles. Even better, you can share your styles with one click, meaning you can also download and use styles shared by other users.
Organize Your References
Organize You can group your references into folders - ideal if you are working on a large or multi-chapter document. In addition to keeping your references organized, this also lets you generate formatted reference lists from the contents of a group, rather than all the references in your document. You can also enable and disable individual references, add notes and keep track of the actual cited text from publications.
What's New in Reference Tracker 2?
What's New Video Have you already used Reference Tracker v1? Reference Tracker 2 has a whole load of great new features, and is designed around the latest Mac OS X technologies. Check out this video to get a tour of all the new features.