Use the website Search by example to find reference styles that match your specific requirements. Change the in-text citation and the bibliographic entry into the format you need, and you will get suggestions on the closest matching styles.
Go to EndNote.com to download and install more than 7000 output styles.
In Style Manager, you can edit and modify an EndNote output style in many ways.
There are around 50 reference types (book, dataset, journal article, report, web page etc.) available in EndNote. You can modify them or add new ones to match your specific requirements.
In some EndNote styles, the title preferences are set up to apply "Headline style capitalization" or "Sentence style capitalization". If there are acronyms, equations, proper nouns or compound names that require consistent capitalization you can use the Change Case Preferences.
You can add names or words that EndNote should ignore, when sorting authors or titles in the list of references.
Some reference styles require abbreviated journal names in the footnotes or bibliography. You can import lists of journal names and their abbreviations into your EndNote library.
You can create a folder for automatic PDF import into EndNote. Whenever you save or copy a PDF file to this folder, EndNote will import it and, if possible, create a bibliographic reference to the PDF.
There are two ways to sort a bibliography by category:
This option only affects one specific document.
This option affects all documents where this output style is used.
Some of the features of EndNote in your iPad:
Manuscript matcher connects EndNote with Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports to identify relevant and impactful journals to which you may wish to submit your manuscript.
You can access Manuscript Matcher in the following ways:
Depending on the references you have used in your manuscript, and the abstract you provide, you will see up to 10 journal matches with detailed information about each journal.