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jabref - Graphical Java application for managing BibTeX and biblatex (.bib) databases

  •    Java

JabRef is an open-source, cross-platform citation and reference management tool licensed under the MIT license. Stay on top of your literature: JabRef helps you to collect and organize sources, find the paper you need and discover the latest research.

VuFind - A library resource discovery portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries

  •    PHP

VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library's resources by replacing the traditional OPAC.

jekyll-scholar - jekyll extensions for the blogging scholar

  •    Gherkin

Jekyll-Scholar is for all the academic bloggers out there. It is a set of extensions to Jekyll, the awesome, blog aware, static site generator; it formats your bibliographies and reading lists for the web and gives your blog posts citation super-powers. Note that it is not possible to use this plugin with the default Github pages workflow. Github does not allow any but a few select plugins to run for security reasons, and Jekyll-Scholar is not among them. You will have to generate your site locally and push the results to the master resp. gh-pages branch of your site repository. You can keep sources, configuration and plugins in a separate branch; see e.g. here for details.




openBiblioNet

  •    VB

OpenBiblioNet is an easy to use, automated library system written in Basic .NET containing circulation, cataloging, and staff administration functionality. OpenBiblioNet is a clone for OpenBiblio project.

PubMed \ Entrez Search Interface

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.Net interface to simplify searching the online Entrez online databases, including PubMed and PubMed Central.

censorbib - The Internet censorship bibliography.

  •    TeX

This repository contains the BibTeX file and HTML templates that are used to create the Internet censorship bibliography.You first need bibliogra.py to turn the BibTeX file into an HTML bibliography.

anystyle-parser - fast and smart citation reference parsing

  •    AMPL

Anystyle-Parser is a very fast and smart parser for academic references. It is inspired by ParsCit and FreeCite; Anystyle-Parser uses machine learning algorithms and is designed for raw speed (it uses wapiti based conditional random fields and Kyoto Cabinet or Redis as a key-value store), flexibility (it is easy to train the model with data that is relevant to your parsing needs), and compatibility (Anystyle-Parser exports to Ruby Hashes, BibTeX, or the CSL/CiteProc JSON format). Anystyle-Parser is available as a web application and a web service at http://anystyle.io. For example Ruby code using the anystyle.io API, see this prototype for a style predictor.


zotero-api-node - Zotero API client for Node.js

  •    Javascript

A Zotero API client package for Node.js. This package tries to make it as easy as possible to bootstrap a Zotero client application in Node.js; it comes with hardly any runtime dependencies and provides four simple abstractions to interact with Zotero: Client, Library, Message, Stream. Clients handle the HTTPS connection to a Zotero data server, observing any rate-limiting directives issued by the server; you can configure settings (like API versions, default headers etc.) for each Client. Each Library represents a Zotero user or group library and is associated with a Client instance; a Library offers many convenience methods to make it easy to construct Zotero API requests. Each request and the corresponding response are then encapsulated in a Message instance, wich provides accessors and an extendable body parser collection to handle the various formats supported by Zotero. The Stream class, finally, uses a WebSocket connection to access the Zotero Streaming API, manages the subscription list locally, and automatically tries to re-open prematurely closed connections.

anystyle - Fast and smart citation reference parsing

  •    AMPL

AnyStyle is a very fast and smart parser for academic references. It is inspired by ParsCit and FreeCite; AnyStyle uses machine learning algorithms (wapiti) and GDBM or Redis as a key-value store, and is designed to make it easy to train the model with data that is relevant to your parsing needs. AnyStyle is available as a web-application and service at anystyle.io.

bibliography-js - 📚 Javascript library for working with bibliographic references, based on BiBTeX

  •    Javascript

Javascript / Typescript library for bibliographic entities. It can parse BiBTeX and processes some LaTeX stuff, such as replacing special characters with their Unicode equivalent (for example, {\"o} is automatically converted to ö).

bibtex-js - Library for parsing .bib files, used in Bibliography.js 📚

  •    TypeScript

Library for parsing BibTeX .bib files, based mostly on the excellent guide to BibTeX, Tame the BeaST. Written in Typescript, compiled to ES5 Javascript (with typings provided).

aksh - My personal bibliography of STEM resources and grey literature.

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My personal reference bibliography of STEM resources, books, technical notes, (un)conference/ workshop jottings, scientific research papers and grey literature, and random errata that makes an interesting read. Since this is a personal dumpspace for bookmarks, expect a perpetual state of randomly ordered chaos.

biblioformat - Revise and Reformat Plain Text Bibliographies with R

  •    R

This package aims to help with revising and reformatting reference lists (bibliographies) in plain text format. It takes a reference list as plain text, tries to retrieve DOIs and metadata from Crossref, and reformat them according to a chosen style (e.g. BibTeX, or following a particular journal citation style). The motivation for this package is the need to revise and/or reformat reference lists (bibliographies) only available as plain text (e.g. at the end of a manuscript or document). This happens e.g. when our manuscript is rejected from a journal and we need to reformat the bibliography and we don't have the original bibliographic database (as BibTeX, Mendeley, Zotero...) but only a plain text of references.

academic-bloggers-toolkit - Wordpress plugin providing an all-in-one solution for effective academic blogging

  •    TypeScript

An open source WordPress plugin providing an all-in-one solution for effective academic blogging. Once you commit to using a plugin that uses shortcodes to render content, you're stuck with it for the life of your website. If you uninstall that plugin, all posts which rely on the shortcodes from that plugin break. Additionally, if the person who wrote the plugin decides he/she no longer wants to support it and the shortcode API changes, all of your posts will break. This is unacceptable for academic writing.

mendeley-add-citations - Adds citations count to documents in your Mendeley library.

  •    Python

Adds citations count to documents in your Mendeley library. You have to register the application at Mendeley before usage.

helm-bibtex - Search and manage bibliographies in Emacs

  •    Emacs

Helm-bibtex and ivy-bibtex allow you to search and manage your BibTeX bibliography. They both share the same generic backend, bibtex-completion, but one uses the Helm completion framework and the other Ivy as a front-end. See NEWS.org for old news.





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