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Re: Re: reference manager in Mathematica?
If I must use and learn Firefox, Zotero, Publicon, SQLite, DataBaseLink, EndNote, AND Mathematica to accomplish such a simple thing... I'd rather chisel it on stone tablets. Bobby On Thu, 01 Oct 2009 05:40:44 -0500, Hans Michel <hmichel at cox.net> wrote: > 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. > > http://www.wolfram.com/products/publicon/index.html > > At some point some Publicon functionalities maybe in Mathematica > http://groups.google.com/group/comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica/msg/c505ebbb6533d459 > > Another possibility is to use yet another tool as you reference manager. > > http://www.zotero.org/ > > Then writing your own palette that can insert endnotes to a current > notebook, by accessing the SQLite database that zotero installs in your > FireFox directory. > > Zotero to manage your references, DataBaseLink to connect to SQLite, and > select your references to a palette and some programming to add to > current > notebook. > > Zotero can import EndNote databases. > > There are so many bibliographic db implementation that the wheel gets > reinvented way too often > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_reference_management_software > > Additionaly OpenOffice (Star Office) provides its own bibilographic > database. > > Maybe WRI can centralize the users reference DB thru packlets and hosting > users reference DB. A start to online collaboration tools. > > Hans > > "ATG" <goossens.aart at gmail.com> wrote in message > news:h9srq3$p9r$1 at smc.vnet.net... >> Hey, >> >> 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/ >> products/mathematica/analysis/content/ >> 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. >> >> ATG >> > > -- DrMajorBob at yahoo.com