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I have an exported Endnote .txt file (also .xml) if that helps and I want to import it to Evernote as a reference library. The reason for this is I am also using Notescraper for Kindle which allows me to highlight notes on the Kindle and import them into Evernote.

The text file has the following format between Endnote entries

(1963). "A self-contained portable tape recording system for use by SCUBA divers : and 1962. Bull. Inst. Ocean., Monaco, 59 (1235): 1-4." Deep Sea Research and Oceanographic Abstracts 10(4): 534-363.

(1967). "Hazards of skin- and scuba-diving."

(1970). Human performance and scuba diving; proceedings. Proceedings of the Symposium on Underwater Physiology, La Jolla, Calif., Apr. 10-11, 1970, Athletic Institute Chicago c1970 v 170 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

... to more detailed citations such as...
Morgan, W. P. (1995). "Anxiety and panic in recreational scuba divers." Sports medicine 20(6): 398-421.

Scuba diving is a high-risk sport; it is estimated that 3 to 9 deaths per 100,000 divers occur annually in the US alone, in addition to increasing numbers of cases of decompression illness each year. However, there has been a tendency within the diving community to de-emphasise the risks associated with scuba diving. While there are numerous factors responsible for the injuries and fatalities occurring in this sport, there is general consensus that many of these cases are caused by panic. There is also evidence that individuals who are characterised by elevated levels of trait anxiety are more likely to have greater state anxiety responses when exposed to a stressor, and hence, this sub-group of the diving population is at an increased level of risk. Efforts to demonstrate that selected interventions such as hypnosis, imagery, meditation and relaxation can reduce stress responses in anxious divers has not yielded consistent findings, and there is a need for systematic research dealing with the efficacy of selected intervention strategies.

Morgan, W. P. (2001). "Utility of exertional perception with special reference to underwater exercise." International journal of sport psychology 32(2): 137-161.

This review deals with the utility of exertional perceptions with special reference to underwater exercise. The introduction serves to highlight the heuristic and parsimonious nature of Borg's Perceived Exertion Model, and this includes a focus on the psychophysiological nature of this model. The principal purpose of this review was to summarize a series of underwater studies since this research has not been examined systematically in earlier reviews. Selected theoretical tenets of Borg's Model, along with empirical evidence attesting to the efficacy of this model is reviewed first. This is followed by a discussion of selected methodological issues with special reference to the matter of instructional set, applications of the model in training programs, and a review of research involving the hypnotic perturbation of effort sense. The use of exertional perceptions underwater becomes the focus of this review, and a series of experiments conducted under hyperbaric conditions is then examined. Most of this research has involved underwater finning under controlled conditions in a swimming pool along with one experiment carried out on an underwater ergometer. This research suggests that possible gender differences may exist in the expression of exertional ratings, and there is clear evidence that environmental factors (e.g., water temperature, clothing) have an important influence on exertional ratings underwater. It is concluded that psychological states and traits, physiological responses, gender, and environmental conditions interact in a complex manner to influence exertional perceptions in underwater environments. This review deals with the utility of exertional perceptions with special reference to underwater exercise. The introduction serves to highlight the heuristic and parsimonious nature of Borg's Perceived Exertion Model, and this includes a focus on the psychophysiological nature of this model. The principal purpose of this review was to summarize a series of underwater studies since this research has not been examined systematically in earlier reviews. Selected theoretical tenets of Borg's Model, along with empirical evidence attesting to the efficacy of this model is reviewed first. This is followed by a discussion of selected methodological issues with special reference to the matter of instructional set, applications of the model in training programs, and a review of research involving the hypnotic perturbation of effort sense. The use of exertional perceptions underwater becomes the focus of this review, and a series of experiments conducted under hyperbaric conditions is then examined. Most of this research has involved underwater finning under controlled conditions in a swimming pool along with one experiment carried out on an underwater ergometer. This research suggests that possible gender differences may exist in the expression of exertional ratings, and there is clear evidence that environmental factors (e.g., water temperature, clothing) have an important influence on exertional ratings underwater. It is concluded that psychological states and traits, physiological responses, gender, and environmental conditions interact in a complex manner to influence exertional perceptions in underwater environments.

I would like each entry to be a new note as I could just copy the whole text file but that would defeat the searching of each entry. Unfortunately there are over 4000 entries so doing it manually might take a little time!!

Does anyone know of a script or series of steps which would allow this data to be imported to Evernote. I have Bookends (trial at the moment) if that provides a step in the right direction.

Regards and thanks in advance.

Gareth

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Thought I would give this a bump and see if anyone had any ideas?

Thanks

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I don't use a Mac, but have you looked at using Apple Script? It looks very powerful.

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It is very powerful but I know nothing about it! Just wondering if someone had an import tool of sorts which I could tweak

Appears not

Regards

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