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  1. Hi, I wonder if you can help: Is it correct NVivo for the Mac cannot import reference lists from products like Endnote yet, like the windows version? If so, it seems like a fundamental part of pre-research / subject review process is missing. In the meantime, can you comment on the workaround approach I have taken: Basically: (1) I export my bibtex reference list (1000+) to csv via JabRef. (2) Clean up the resulting file (3) Import as a Source Classification Sheet (3a) This just brings in the (4) Import the PDF (collected via a mac 'smart folder') to NVivo. (5) Manually associate each PDF item with on the source classification list... Is there any point in this approach? Will it save typing in the bibliographic data again? Also, should the reference list import for mac be in progress - can I suggest supporting a range of bibliographic tools by using some file format many of the tools can export? (bibtex, mendeley, sente, papers, Refme etc.) Thanks in advance. Kind regards Ian
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