References from many different databases and reference management programs can be imported into DiVA. This is recommended when several publications need to be registered at once.
The following reference formats can be used: PubMed XML, ISI, EndNote XML, MODS v.3, BibTex, BibLatex and RIS.
The University library imports new publications from the Web of Science (ISI) database to DiVA on a weekly basis.
Search references in a database (e.g. PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, Libris) or a reference management program (e.g. EndNote) and save the results as a file on your computer.
See instructions below in the section "Alternatives for importing".
Log in to DiVA with your University account and password and select "Import references".
Click the button "Import" from external databases.
Select format, upload and import your saved file with references. You can also import a single reference from PubMed using its PubMedID (PMID).
The reference or references that you have imported are displayed under "List imported details".
“Duplicate…” means that there already is a publication with the same DOI, ISI-id or PubMed-id in DiVA. Click on the reference if you want to edit the existing details that have been registered.
Click on each reference to add the organisational affiliation and the full first name for all Umeå university authors, as well as any other details according to "Instructions for manual publishing". Continue to the step "Review/Publish" and click "Submit" to publish the reference in DiVA.
References are visible immediately in DiVA, however full text files and/or other attachments are checked by a librarian before they are published in DiVA.
References that you have imported to DiVA but have not yet edited and/or submitted will appear under "List imported details" the next time you log in.
Fill in the publication’s PubMed ID (PMID) and click "Import". You will find the PMID for your publication in PubMed.
Do a search in PubMed and mark the records in the list that you want to import.
To import the file into DiVA select "PubMed XML" under "Select format".
Do a search in Web of Science (via ISI Web of Knowledge) and mark the records in the list that you want to import.
To import the file into DiVA select "ISI" under "Select format".
Open EndNote and mark the references you want to import.
To import the file into DiVA select "EndNote XML" under "Select format".
Search for your publications in the other university's DiVA.
Log on to UmU:s DiVA, select "Import references" and click on "Import from external databases".
You can import references from many other databases and reference management programmes into DiVA by importing them in one of the formats BibTex, BibLatex, RIS, Endnote Referer or MODS. BibTex is a common reference format which is offered by many databases.
Make sure that you select the correct reference format under "Select format" when you upload your file to DiVA.
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