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Developer(s) Mark Grimshaw
Stable release 4.2.2 / August 2014 (August 2014)
Written in php
Operating system Portable
Type Bibliography wiki
License GPL 3.0

Wikindx is a free bibliographic and quotations/notes management and article authoring system (Virtual Research Environment) designed either for single use (on a variety of operating systems) or multi-user collaborative use across the internet.[1] Wikindx falls within the category of and the required files/updates are available for download there.

Other features

  • supports non-English multi-byte character sets.
  • allows multiple attachments for each bibliographic resource — quarantining and embargoes supported.
  • comprehensive search.
  • store quotations, paraphrases and ideas with your references.
  • can export a bibliography in various bibliographic styles (APA, Chicago, IEEE for example).
  • allows users to edit or create bibliographic styles through a graphical interface.
  • can import and export other bibliographic formats including BibTeX and EndNote format.
  • export bibliographies to etc.
  • modular plugin architecture so easily customizable (PHP) -- plugins include WYSIWYG word processor, import/export bibliographic formats, Amazon import, PubMed import.

See also


  1. ^ "Wikindx Home Page". SourceForge. 
  2. ^ Frank Tuzi (May 27, 2008). "Wikindx facilitates academic writing in a browser". 
  • Amanda Regolini; Frédéric Berger; Emmanuelle Jannès-Ober; Luuk Dorren (2008). "From tailored databases to wikis: using emerging technologies to work together more efficiently". Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management 3: 103–112. 
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