To export a set of articles, go to the Project Dashboard and OPEN the appropriate Article Set you want to export. This will vary, depending on your project workflow and complexity.
- In the case of the double-screening example, if you had no disagreements, your final list will be the completed ALL ARTICLES set (the only one).
- In the case of the double-screening example, if you did have to re-screen disagreements, your final list will be the merged results of the completed disagreement review and the original agreements (as described in the previous guide).
- In the case of a split-workload example, you will first need to combine the results of each parallel review using the merge tool.
- A more complex project with split workload + double-screening + disagreements, you can iteratively combine the above processes in a tree structure to merge both disagreements with original agreements, and merge the results of the split reviews, step by step until you have a single set.
Click the EXPORT button to the right of the selected Article Set.
Depending on the type of process you have run, there are two scenarios for exporting.
Scenario 1) If you have just generated an “include” set from the “agreed includes” or merges of those sets, then you should export “All Articles” in the set.
- In the pop-up dialogue box, select the All Articles tab. You can choose from the export formats to suit the program you will use next. Click the DOWNLOAD button.
Scenario 2) If you are performing a simpler process and just want to export the “include” articles from a set which has been directly screened, then you should select “Included Articles”.
- In the pop-up dialogue box, select the Included Articles tab. You can choose from the export formats to suit the program you will use next. Chose “everyone” to aggregate all the “include” articles from all reviewers who screened this set. Click the DOWNLOAD button.
The file will download, named according to the project, set, user and file format – to help you keep track. This is now ready to be imported into your next application such as Endnote or Mendelay.
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