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Poster: aibek Date: Nov 29, 2013 7:36am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: XML info needed

If I understood your other question correctly, you wish to import search results directly into EndNote.

For this, you would have to create a custom XML import filter, after all! Linked below is a nice 3-page tutorial about creating one.

To get the results in XML, on the Advanced Search page, select the (i) ‘XML format’ and ‘save to file’ options, and (ii) select the desired fields from the panel on its left.

(To have to not do it everytime you search, you should note the URL thus generated, and edit the URL to do the search in future. The URL would look something like [3].)

[1] http://help.pop.psu.edu/help-by-software-package/endnote/endnote.pdf/at_download/file
[2] https://archive.org/advancedsearch.php
[3] https://archive.org/advancedsearch.php?q=hello+world&fl%5B%5D=identifier&sort%5B%5D=&sort%5B%5D=&sort%5B%5D=&rows=50&page=1&output=json&callback=callback&save=yes

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Poster: peter duke Date: Nov 29, 2013 7:57am
Forum: texts Subject: Re: XML info needed

thanks aibek. i will have a look. the idea with LOC filter might work.
i will post results if good.