Using patented heuristic parsing technology, Edifix automatically identifies elements in plain-text bibliographic references, copyedits references to a variety of editorial styles, corrects references with data retrieved from PubMed and Crossref, and inserts PubMed IDs and Crossref DOIs. The results can be copied into documents, or exported to structured formats such as JATS XML, BibTeX, or converted to RIS for seamless integration with popular reference managers.
Once you have signed up for a free trial or a subscription, click New Edifix Job at the top of the Edifix.com page to submit a new list of references for Edifix to process.
Edifix returns three unique results pages:
Any references set in gray text have not been restructured by Edifix (typically non-journal references or extremely damaged journal references). Comments, if any, are highlighted in yellow and fall after the reference to which they apply. The Tracked Changes view shows all corrections made to each reference, including data corrected by the PubMed/Crossref linking and correction features (if selected). To check the record of a reference in the PubMed and Crossref databases, click on the PubMed or DOI link that is returned with the reference.
There are two different ways to get the results from your Edifixed references. You can:
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