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Purpose: To recognize similarities and differences of information organization in two social bookmarking websites of CiteUlike and Bibsonomy.
Methodology: The specification and capabilities of two websites were identified and compared using a comparative and evaluative approach.
Results: Regarding output format diversity, display options and interaction with tags, Bibsonomy functions better however CiteUlike is better considering connection possibilities.
Conclusion: To manage bibliographical information having different display output formats and interacting with tags Bibsonomy is recommended and CiteULike can be used for its good connection possibilities.
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