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EndNote: Manuscript Matcher

Using EndNote--Mayo Clinic's licensed bibliographic database manager

How it Works

Endnote's Manuscript Matcher incorporates information from your draft's title, abstract and references, if available, to suggest credible journal publishing options based on journals indexed in the Web of Science (alternatively, JANE - Journal/Author Name Estimator - uses your title and abstract from journals indexed PubMed & PubMed Central).

With the addition of your references, Manuscript Matcher claims improve the accuracy of journal suggestions by analyzing "tens of millions of citation connections to identify meaningful relationships with your work."

View a brief 3 minute video for a visual demonstration and additional details.

The Manuscript Matcher tool may be launched in 3 different ways through either Endnote desktop (by right-clicking a group in the Groups panel), Endnote online or under the Endnote toolbar in MS Word:


Endnote desktop


Endnote online


Endnote toolbar in Microsoft Word