In a previous article, gardner at cadmium.csb.yale.edu (Kevin Gardner) wrote:
>A couple of questions to those raving about Papyrus:
>> * what platform(s) does this run on?
> * any vendor contact info (phone/FAX/email)?
> * what kind of price range? (I've seen ProCite and EndNote
> running for ca $150-180; is this comparable?)
Easy... Papyrus is available for PC and VAX (currently to my knowledge, no
MACs quite yet - but I could be wrong...)
Vendor - Try Dave Goldman who wrote it. Research Softwre Design,
2718 SW Kelly Street, Suite 181, Prtland, OR 97201. (503)796-1368. FAX
(503)241-4260 and internet:rsd at applelink.apple.com
Price - that's the best... you're too high, try $99 including s/h.
The lowest you'll find Endnote plus (at least I did) was Microwherehouse at
$149. If you want to import medline, etc, toss in another $100 for EndLink
- now you've dropped about $245 before importing even one reference from
Medline. Everything is included in the $99 with Papyrus which supports a
plethora of word processors and can import references from a variety of
sources. You can even design your own import format in the event that
Papyrus's extensive library does not.
Hope this helps,
haviland at kids.wustl.edu