18 April 2009: I've updated the chart and added 2collab, the “Read” category, sharing of PDF files and the Mendeley bookmarklet and fulltext search.
15 July 2009: I've updated the chart to indicate that Mendeley and labmeeting have integrated PDF viewers, and that 2collab can search Scopus.
20 July 2009: I've added the offline version of RefWorks for Windows, EndNote OpenOffice plugin and fulltext search in several tools.
22 February 2010: Many small changes, including a few more categories. Added Citavi and dropped 2collab, LabMeeting and Connotea.
6 August 2010: Added Mendeley API and iPhone app, EndNote X4 features.
19 September 2010: Moved chart to different location, PDF download, Creative Commons license.
Thoughts on the PubMed Redesign
It was Anna Kushnir who started it all. Frustrated with the limitations of PubMed when finishing her PhD thesis, she wrote a blog post in March 2008 (I Am Not Yelling. Not Out Loud.) about her experience. The blog post created quite a stir in the blogosphere, ...
Update of Reference Manager Overview Chart
In March 2009 I posted an overview chart of how popular reference managers have implemented some important features. I’ve since updated this chart several times, and the chart probably has outgrown the format of a blog post. ...
WordPress for Reference Management
One of the more complicated aspects of scientific writing is reference management – an important limitation of online collaborative tools such as Google Docs. I have argued before that WordPress has the potential to become a great scientific writing tool. ...