Re: reference manager in Mathematica?
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- Subject: [mg103655] Re: reference manager in Mathematica?
- From: "Hans Michel" <hmichel at cox.net>
- Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 06:40:44 -0400 (EDT)
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An easy way would be to get Publicon. WRI did the work on adding the
bibliographic database and adding palettes for endnote reference entry. As
the notebook files saved by Publicon are generally Mathematica compatible
the endnote style should come thru.
At some point some Publicon functionalities maybe in Mathematica
Another possibility is to use yet another tool as you reference manager.
Then writing your own palette that can insert endnotes to a current
notebook, by accessing the SQLite database that zotero installs in your
Zotero to manage your references, DataBaseLink to connect to SQLite, and
select your references to a palette and some programming to add to current
Zotero can import EndNote databases.
There are so many bibliographic db implementation that the wheel gets
reinvented way too often
Additionaly OpenOffice (Star Office) provides its own bibilographic
Maybe WRI can centralize the users reference DB thru packlets and hosting
users reference DB. A start to online collaboration tools.
"ATG" <goossens.aart at gmail.com> wrote in message
news:h9srq3$p9r$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> I was wondering if Mathematica has a built-in reference manager or
> whether it is possible to access your Endnote (or other)-bibliography
> from within Mathematica.
> The only thing I can find is that <a href=http://www.wolfram.com/
> DocumentProcessingSystems.html>Mathematica</a> can access a variety of
> databases, most probably including bibliography databases.
> Wolfram appears to make a big deal of Mathematica's document
> processing and report generation capabilities, but there seems to be
> no (easy?) way to include references.
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