Fiddling with citations and organizing an ever-growing number of files can be a source of great distress for researchers. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Reference management software, or reference managers (RMs), are intended to facilitate these tasks.
Using an RM instead of manually taking care of your citations and references is like switching your trusty old bicycle for a Lamborghini. Sure, your bike can reliably get you places when all the places you need to get to are within a few blocks. But when you need to travel across the country? Not so much. Managing a large number of references manually is labor-intensive and time-consuming.
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