Bibliography came from a greek word which means book writing. Bibliographies range from "works cited" lists at the end of books and articles to complete, independent publications. Bibliographical works are almost always considered to be tertiary sources.

Citation7

It is the bibliographic management tool. It works with conjugation with many word processors depending on the operating system. It can automatically generate endnotes, footnotes and reference notes.

EndNote Plus

EndNote Plus is highly featured and powerful tool to satisfy many professional researchers. It is an easy to understand interface which can be used by students as well as fresher’s.

Library Master

 

Library master is an easy to use, powerful, flexible user interface for bibliographical and textual database manager. It  catalogs thousands of books, periodical articles, corporate documents, manuscripts and audiovisuals and all sorts of reports. Capable of automatically generating footnotes, bibliographies and citations. 

Papyrus

User friendly and window based download software. Papyrus is a bibliographic package with six flexible record types (an unlimited number are available for the Macintosh version), allowing up to 8,000 characters per field. Papyrus will also scan documents for citations and reformat them accordingly. Data can be searched with the help of keywords.

ProCite

ProCite is a bibliographic reference management tool, which stores bibliographic information, notes, keywords, and full abstracts. It can  have an unlimited records in the ProCite database and each record can be up to 32,000 characters in length. Many output files are available.

Reference Manager

 

It aids in rapid and trouble-free development of bibliographic database. More than 100 pre-defined bibliographic formats. References can be retrieved using a number of parameters: author or editor, keyword, journal name, publication year, reprint status, document type or reference ID. They can also be retrieved based on a word or phrase from a title or abstract of an article.

CiteProc

CiteProc uses an XML citation style language (CSL) to provide, for the first time, the opportunity for the creation and distribution of open bibliographic style definitions that are not specific to a particular word-processor or bibliographic package. It is developed by Openoffice Bibliographic project.

Bibliophile

It is package for development of bibliographic databases for the web. It promotes standards, discussion among users on necessary features and a variety of specific solutions for different fields of research.

B3

(http://b3bib.sourceforge.net/)

 

B3 is a freely available bibliographical manager that provides a graphic interface to Bibtex. B3 has GUI reading and writing XML files which can be exported to Bibtex files. It also includes a Journal Dictionary, a dictionary linking Journal names and their abbreviations.

Synapsen (http://www.verzetteln.de/synapsen/synapsen_e.html)

Synapsen is a hypertextual card catalog. It enables the management of bibliographies.  Synapsen offers a very distinct advantage: with catchwords entered by the user, the program connects individual cards automatically.  Since version 2.5 Synapsen offers a direct connection to Open Office 2.2 via the UNO interface. This allows you to insert bibliographical data of Synapsen's cards directly as footnotes in OpenOffice Writer.

DAFFODIL

(http://www.is.informatik.uni-duisburg.de/projects/daffodil/pdaffodil.jnlp)

It stands for  Distributed Agents for User-Friendly Access of Digital Libraries.  The graphical user interface design supports different interaction level -- exspecially circumstantial work tasks will be supported by software-information agents, but with regards to the user autonomy. Likewise the iterative process during the retrieval will be optimised.

Pbib

(http://www.ipsi.fraunhofer.de/~tandler/PBib/)

PBib is a small tool for browsing and processing bibliographic databases which is written in Perl. It works similar to  BibTeX but have some extra features.

Bibliographix

(http://www.bibliographix.com/)

The free Basic version offers more than any other free reference manager. It is easily manageable and handy tool for undergraduates. A unique combination of reference management and idea outlining.

Citavi

(http://www.citavi.com)

 

Citavi (Lat., I cited) is a user-friendly bibliographic application that works with OpenOffice, Microsoft Office and other Windows word-processing software. The program provides access to up to 4000 bibliographic databases and library catalogs. Citavi enables you to organize bibliographic material in a very practical way.

CiteSmart

CiteSmart is a new and powerful software application. It is basically designed for researchers in Biology and medical disciplines in mind, but can also be used with a variety of documents like law, business, and patents.