With EndNote, you’re better connected with extra research solutions that help you showcase your work, uncover relevant sources more quickly and get your research ready for publication. We’d love to build more bridges – ask about our API.
EndNote + ResearcherID
Create an online profile to associate you with your scholarly work, assuring an accurate record of output and attribution. This forms a gateway for colleagues to quickly locate your published work and to identify you as a potential collaborator.
EndNote + Web of Science
By design, you can navigate easily between EndNote and Web of Science while collecting research. When you sync your EndNote library, your Web of Science references will automatically display their Times Cited Count and a link to Related Records (Web of Science subscription required).
Related Records uses the citation linking magic in Web of Science to find references that share citations with yours, spotting the truly relevant research much faster than a typical topic or author search.
EndNote + ScholarOne
Used by some of the most prestigious commercial publishers, societies, associations, and university presses in the world, ScholarOne Manuscripts helps publishers and authors simplify the manuscript submission process. A manuscript written with EndNote templates and Cite While You Write is optimized for submission through ScholarOne.
EndNote + Westlaw UK
Save journal citations from Westlaw UK directly to EndNote. Then simply open the EndNote application in Microsoft® Word to insert your Westlaw UK citations.
EndNote API for software developers
The Software Development Kit is intended for technical developers who know object-oriented programming languages, particularly C and C++.
Users should also be familiar with the tools needed to produce compiled application code or DLLs. The API is available for both the Macintosh and Windows operating systems and behaves identically on each, unless otherwise specified. Individual customers and third-party partners are encouraged to use the EndNote API to develop tools that closely interact with EndNote.
Any party developing a component or tool that uses the EndNote API for commercial or wide-spread use must also sign a license agreement with Thomson Reuters to legally employ the API, Software Development Kit and any associated tools, documentation, or code.