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RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated (the format name refers to the company) to enable citation programs to exchange data. It is supported by a number of reference managers. Many digital libraries, like IEEE Xplore, Scopus, the ACM Portal, , ScienceDirect, SpringerLink, Rayyan, Accordance Bible Software, and online library catalogs can export citations in this format. Citation management applications such as BibDesk, RefWorks, Zotero, Citavi, Papers, Mendeley, and EndNote can export and import citations in this format.

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  • RIS (Research Information System Format) ist ein standardisiertes Dateiformat für die Literaturverwaltung und den Export bibliographischer Daten. Das Format ist so aufgebaut, dass nach bestimmten vordefinierten Feldnamen (Tags) aus zwei Buchstaben die entsprechende Information folgt.
  • RIS est un format informatique de balisage standardisé de données bibliographiques. Il permet l'échange de références bibliographiques entre les applications compatibles, en particulier les catalogues de bibliothèques numériques, les bases de données bibliographiques et les logiciels de gestion bibliographique.
  • RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated (the format name refers to the company) to enable citation programs to exchange data. It is supported by a number of reference managers. Many digital libraries, like IEEE Xplore, Scopus, the ACM Portal, , ScienceDirect, SpringerLink, Rayyan, Accordance Bible Software, and online library catalogs can export citations in this format. Citation management applications such as BibDesk, RefWorks, Zotero, Citavi, Papers, Mendeley, and EndNote can export and import citations in this format.
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  • RIS (Research Information System Format) ist ein standardisiertes Dateiformat für die Literaturverwaltung und den Export bibliographischer Daten. Das Format ist so aufgebaut, dass nach bestimmten vordefinierten Feldnamen (Tags) aus zwei Buchstaben die entsprechende Information folgt.
  • RIS est un format informatique de balisage standardisé de données bibliographiques. Il permet l'échange de références bibliographiques entre les applications compatibles, en particulier les catalogues de bibliothèques numériques, les bases de données bibliographiques et les logiciels de gestion bibliographique.
  • RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated (the format name refers to the company) to enable citation programs to exchange data. It is supported by a number of reference managers. Many digital libraries, like IEEE Xplore, Scopus, the ACM Portal, , ScienceDirect, SpringerLink, Rayyan, Accordance Bible Software, and online library catalogs can export citations in this format. Citation management applications such as BibDesk, RefWorks, Zotero, Citavi, Papers, Mendeley, and EndNote can export and import citations in this format.
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