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Developer(s) CG Information
Stable release 8.01 / May 8, 2009
Operating system Windows
Type Bibliography manager
License Commercial

Biblioscape is a commercial information and reference management software package sold by CG Information.[1] The software runs only under Windows.


  • History 1
  • Features 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Biblioscape was first released in 1998. The current release, version 8, was made available in May 2009. Version 9 was in beta testing as of August 2011.[2]


Biblioscape is a

  • Biblioscape website
  • Bibliography formatting software: An Evaluation template

External links

  1. ^ Tom Wilson (May 2002). "Software Review: Biblioscape 5.0". Retrieved 2007-12-11. 
  2. ^ Biblioscape support forum
  3. ^ Felix Grant. "REVIEW: NOTABENE AND BIBLIOSCAPE". Retrieved 2007-12-11. 
  4. ^ Biblioscape homepage.
  5. ^ a b Biblioscape Version 8 Manual. [1]


Comparison of reference management software

See also

The references module includes filters to import references from online bibliographic databases (e.g. PubMed) and from journal webpages (e.g. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences). When writing a paper or thesis, the user can insert temporary citations and Biblioscape can then convert them into formatted citations and generate a bibliography. For bibliographies, the user can choose from over 2,000 output styles or create new ones. The notes module is integrated with the references module, so the user can create a separately filed note from inside the reference editor. Such notes can be either independent or linked to record being edited. Biblioscape installation comes with a web server to post Biblioscape databases on the Web, and there is also a means to work in one's database remotely, if it is on a server.


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