I know that JabRef can find duplicates. But I need some more and try to find out if it is possible with current JabRef.
Assume I search literature and different science databases. The content of the databases are overlapping. So some papers are in database A, some in B and some in A+B.
Assume that I have two export (ris, bib, whatever) files from the databases and import them to JabRef. This could result in two JabRef groups: "database A" and "database B".
How can I go on from this point on?
I don't want to only eleminiate the duplicates! It is important that I can document them because each step of the research process need to be documented. The point is in a real scenario there are a lot more then two databases. When looking at a specific entry/paper I want to know in which of the (multible!) databases it was found.
How would you (as a experienced JabRef user and maybe scientist) would solve that use case?