>> Has anyone out there had experience with both NoteBook
>> and Papyrus and care to contrast them? If Papyrus' features seem compelling
>> by comparison to NoteBook's, then another question for me is conversion.
>> How are Papyrus' import features? NoteBook's export capability is
>> generously flexible, and so I suspect I could do whatever was necessary.
>>>> Thanks in advance for any input.
>>>> David Harry Institute of Forest Genetics
>>deh at s27w007.pswfs.gov USDA Forest Service, Pacific SW Station
>> Phone: 510/559-6439 PO Box 245
>> FAX: 510/559-6499 Berkeley, CA 94701
>>> Hi David,
>> Not having used Notebook, I can't help you in comparing the two
Nonetheless, here are some reviews which may help resolve the first
garry at menzies.su.edu.au
From: jmasters at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (Jeffrey N Masters), 19 Feb 1993
I got three recent reviews of bibliographic software for both the Mac and PC. If interested check
out the following:
Neal, Paul R. Personal bibliographic software programs - a
comparative review. BioScience 43(1):44-51, January 1993.
(Compares Bibliophile 2.0, BiblioStax, Citation 2.0, EndNote
Plus, Get-A-Ref 3.0, nb Citation 2.0 (aka Notebook II Plus),
Papyrus 7.0, Pro-Cite 2.0, Ref-11 3.1, Reference Manager 5
RefMenu 4.0, wp Citation)
Hoke, Franklin. Bibliography-building software eases a 'cruel' task.
The Scientist 7(1):18-19, January 11, 1993.
(EndNote Plus, Pro-Cite, Reference Manager, Papyrus)
Stigleman, S. Database, Feb, 1993 (I don't know the page numbers yet)