Bibliography or citation managers can significantly help record and store the various literatures that are found in a systematic review. There is no one "best" citation manager for systematic reviews; selection is usually based on what is the most familiar to the researcher. Several common citation managers are RefWorks, EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero. RefWorks and EndNote are fee-based products. Mendeley has a free version as well as a fee-based version. Zotero is available for free. EndNote is the most common citation manager used in systematic reviews according to a search of the Scopus database.
Articles of Interest
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