RIS to CSV converter
How to convert a RIS file to a CSV file online
Follow these easy steps to turn a RIS file into a CSV file with the Paperpile format converter:
- Click the Choose RIS file button above, drag and drop a file into the drop zone or copy and paste the content of your RIS file into the area above.
- Select the desired output format (CSV).
- Click Convert.
- Download your new CSV file.
Frequently Asked Questions about our bibliographic format converter
How does the Paperpile RIS to CSV converter work?
The RIS to CSV online converter uses the same technology that powers the Paperpile reference management app. Your input is parsed, matched against Paperpile's own bibliographic database, and finally converted to your format of choice. All input and output data is deleted 24h after job completion.
What is a RIS file?
A RIS file) is a bibliographic citation file with a file extension of .ris, a format developed by the Research Information Systems (RIS). A RIS file typically contains information such as title, author, publication date, keywords, publisher, issue number as well as the start and end page. Data in a RIS file are arranged as a series of lines defined by two-character codes and a corresponding value e.g. "PY - 2020" which refers to 2020 as the year of publication. RIS files are used for the exchange of citation information and can be viewed and edited using text editors.
What is a CSV file?
A CSV file is a comma-separated values file that uses the .csv file extension, commonly viewed and edited using spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel or Apple Numbers. A reference list can be stored in a CSV file where each row defines a citation.