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I was working with a software called KNIME and I needed to cite this software for, the citation provided by the website is in the BibTeX format.

@INPROCEEDINGS{BCDG+07,
author = {Michael R. Berthold and Nicolas Cebron and Fabian Dill and Thomas R. Gabriel and
Tobias K\"{o}tter and Thorsten Meinl and Peter Ohl and Christoph Sieb and Kilian Thiel and
Bernd Wiswedel},
title = {{KNIME}: The {K}onstanz {I}nformation {M}iner},
booktitle = {Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization (GfKL 2007)},
publisher = {Springer},
ISBN = {978-3-540-78239-1},
ISSN = {1431-8814},
year = {2007}
}

I am not a BibTeX or even a LaTeX user. But I would like to convert this citation into the endnote format. I tried to find a way to do that online but failed. Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks,

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If you type convert bibtex to endnote into Google, the first search result is this Java program. There is also JabRef, although this is a full-featured bibliography manager.

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  • Hi ChrisS, I have downloaded the program, pasted my biblography into the textbox, and saved it via "Save endnote XML". The saved file was of 0 bytes size and did not import into the endnote, although i used the "Import > Endnote generated XML". Any idea what went wrong here? Sorry if this sounds very technical, but it is my first time using the Java and LaTeX environment! Cheers.
    – Error404
    Aug 23 '13 at 11:24
  • @Error404 I don't know what went wrong; I tried it on my own computer and it worked. I've uploaded the result to Pastebin for you.
    – ChrisS
    Aug 23 '13 at 11:40
  • the link is broken
    – Arco Bast
    Nov 8 '21 at 18:39
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I put this BibTeX entry into JabRef.

File->export marked entry - In the save interface choose format: Endnote (*.txt) and save the file. (naming can be slightly wrong. I translated to English from my German JabRef...)

The result:

%0 
%0 Conference Proceedings
%A Berthold, Michael R.; Cebron, Nicolas; Dill, Fabian; Gabriel, Thomas R.; K\"o,tter, Tobias; Meinl, Thorsten; Ohl, Peter; Sieb, Christoph; Thiel, Kilian & Wiswedel, Bernd
%D 2007
%T KNIME: The Konstanz Information Miner
%E 
%B Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization (GfKL 2007)
%C 
%I Springer
%V 
%6
%N 
%P 
%& 
%Y 
%S 
%7
%8 
%9
%? 
%! 
%Z 
%@ 978-3-540-78239-1
%(
%)
%*
%L
%M


%2 
%3 inproceedings
%4 
%# 
%$ 
%F BCDG+07
%K 
%X 
%Z 


%+
%^
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Suppose the path of your bibtex file is D:\abc.bib and the path of JabRef is D:\JabRef-3.0.jar, you can generate endnote file D:\abc.enw using the following command on windows:

D:\JabRef-3.0.jar -o D:\abc.enw,endnote -n true D:\abc.bib

Click here for the reference of the command line options.

You can also create a windows batch script (.bat) for conversion when a .bib file is open by the following steps.

  1. Create batch script bib2enw.bat containing

    D:\JabRef-3.0.jar -o D:\abc.enw,endnote -n true %1

    D:\abc.enw

  2. Associate .bat files with the batch script bib2enw.bat

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