RIS Creator/Converter (RISCC) helps you to create your RIS file and to convert it into a reference list in several most used reference formats.
Recall that RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated (the format name refers to the company) to enable citation programs to exchange data. It is supported by a number of reference managers. The file can have the extension ris or txt. It is always a ASCII text file. Each line of the file contains some kind of information about the reference. The information type is defined by a two characters tag, followed by two spaces, a hyphen and one more space.

RISCC supports the following operations:
Create RIS file
Edit (add, update or delete records)
Merge and import RIS files,
Import *.BIB file
Generate and save reference list

     The main feature of RISCC is reference list generation. To use it, you can use a RIS file created by RISCC or by any other tool. The reference list is saved as a html file. Then, RISCC displays it using your default Web browser. The file remains on your hard disc and can be opened with any other tool, like MS Word, and converted into doc or other supported format.
The reference list can be generated using following styles:
Springer reference style, for example
Alvarez S., Smith K., Einstein A. et al (1968) On the problem of invariance of nonlinear systems. Transactions of Somewhere, MIT Press 13.
Brown N. (1986) Some remarks on non-convex optimal control. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 118(1):24-37.
Elsevier reference style, for example
Alvarez S., Smith K., Einstein A. et al. On the problem of invariance of nonlinear systems. Transactions of Somewhere, MIT Press, 1968;13.
Brown N. Some remarks on non-convex optimal control. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 1986;118:1:24-37.
American Mathematical Society reference style, for example
Alvarez S., Smith K., Einstein A., Brown J. and Armstrong L., 1968: On the problem of invariance of nonlinear systems. Transactions of Somewhere,MIT Press, 13.
Brown N., 1986: Some remarks on non-convex optimal control. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, <b>118(1), 24-37.
User defined. This option generates the reference list similar to the Elsevier style, but with the user-defined items to be displayed. A list box with all possible data is displayed, and the user can select what he/she wants to be displayed. The select items are included, provided the corresponding data is present in the record.
Platform: Windows 8 or later.
NEW feature: BIB to RIS conversion
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