Reference Miner searches the following Internet sites to find and display reference information: PubMed, the Library of Congress, Google Scholar, JSTOR (requires access privileges and ip authentication), and Amazon (US, UK, Germany, Japan, France, Canada, Italy, and China). Special features include
• Single or multi-column reference display
• A built-in browser compatible with EZProxy
• Download pdfs and Web pages with drag and drop
• Display book cover art (Amazon)
• E-mail reference citations
• Perform complex searches
Reference Miner contains a subset of the Internet search features in Bookends, our reference management application. For more details about both, please visit our web site (click on the link to the right).
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Ratings and Reviews
Simple, for my need.
I needed a quick way to reference book titles for a paper. I purchased this program and it instantly cites out your source very nice. Not to mention it's a nice APP to just find some books with too. For $3 bucks, a nice add to my collection.
Not yet ready for prime time
Much as I would like to like this app, it is unusable in its current state. It constantly crashes (replicated on two different computers) when searching Google Scholar. Should be pulled until this problem is fixed. Message is "an exception of class OutofBounds Class was not handled. The application must shut down."
Very helpful when I'm looking up references for research papers, and Google Scholar search works great now.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.