Citation is a powerful and easy to use bibliographic database system for research writing that organizes notes
and tracks references.
Citation provides academic writers with a system for entering references as records in a database program,
on "notecard-like" forms, rather than as formatted footnotes or full bibliographic cites prepared according to a
style guide. Once the records are in a Citation database, you'll be able to generate citations in any style you need,
instantly (Citation lets you choose from over 1,000 predefined formats for your references). If you need to prepare
your paper with references in a different style, you can reformat the citations by rerunning Citation. It's that easy.
You can use Citation just like your speller and thesaurus -- from your word processor's menu, as one of your writing tools.
The result is that you can focus on your writing and let Citation take care of your bibliographic references.
Here's a basic overview of how Citation looks and works.