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Dryad - Repository for data underlying scientific publications, based on the DSpace platform

  •    Java

Dryad is a repository for data underlying scientific literature. Dryad allows investigators to validate published findings, explore new analysis methodologies and repurpose the data for research questions unanticipated by the original authors. The core code of Dryad comes from the DSpace repository software. It is a general-purpose repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable.

manubot-rootstock - Clone me to create your manuscript

  •    CSS

This repository is a template manuscript (a.k.a. rootstock). Actual manuscript instances will clone this repository (see SETUP.md) and replace this paragraph with a description of their manuscript. Manubot is a system for writing scholarly manuscripts via GitHub. Manubot automates citations and references, versions manuscripts using git, and enables collaborative writing via GitHub. The Manubot Rootstock repository is a general purpose template for creating new Manubot instances, as detailed in SETUP.md. See USAGE.md for documentation how to write a manuscript.

autosum - Summarize Publications Automatically

  •    Python

The tool exploits the labor already expended by scholars in summarizing articles. It scrapes words next to citations across all openly available research citing a publication, and collates the output. The result is a very useful summary and data that are in a format that allows easy discovery of potential miscitations. Get the Data Scrapes all openly accessible research citing a particular publication using links provided by Google Scholar. Note: Google monitors scraping on Google scholar.

AASTeX60 - Version 6 of the LaTeX style files and documentation for authoring AAS Journal (AJ/ApJ) articles

  •    TeX

The Version 6.2 style files and documentation for authoring AAS Journal articles in LaTeX2e were released on January 8, 2018. A list of updates and changes provided by Version 6.2 can be found in the AASTeX Revision History. Version 6.2 is backwards compatible with v6.1 but no prior version of AASTeX. This repository also includes the AAS Journals BibTeX style file, aasjournal.bst, which was last updated October 26, 2017. This is our BST file that supports the version and publisher fields of an @misc BibTeX entry. The most recent update added anchored links to reference source material, e.g., links to article DOIs, arXiv preprints, and/or ASCL identifiers.

Tutorials - Tutorials for creating figures, tables, or other content for AAS Journals.

  •    Jupyter

Tutorials for creating figures, tables, or other content for AAS Journals. These tutorials are provided under a CC-BY-4.0 license except for code snippets or scripts, which are provided under the license specified by the software or an MIT license if none is otherwise designated.

BibWord - Microsoft Word and Bibliography Styles extender.

  •    XSLT

This work is only made possible by the original work of Yves Dhondt (yves.dhondt@gmail.com) and his original project, found at https://bibword.codeplex.com/. I have created this project to preserve this work as it will otherwise disappear with the closure of CodePlex and I found it invaluable in my own studies. I will aim to keep this up to date (feel free to raise issues) however should the original project be migrated to another source I will be closing this in favor of one maintained by its original author. To use the bibliography styles, they have to be copied into the Microsoft Word bibliography style directory. This directory can vary depending on where Word is installed. Once the styles are copied to the directory, they will show up every time Microsoft Word is opened.

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.

burnr - 🔥 Forest fire history analysis in R.

  •    R

Basic tools to analyze forest fire history data (e.g. FHX) in R. This is designed for power users and projects with special needs. Malevich, Steven B., Christopher H. Guiterman, and Ellis Q. Margolis (2018) Burnr: Fire History Analysis and Graphics in R. Dendrochronologia 49: 9–15. DOI: 10.1016/j.dendro.2018.02.005.

hardcider - :beer: CLI for quickly generating citations for websites and books

  •    Javascript

Built with commanderjs, chalk, puppeteer, and citationmachine.net. Open Source under the MIT License. This implementation uses puppeteer, a headless Chromium browser to navigate through a series of forms on citationmachine.net. It's faster than manually using any citation website I've come across, but it's admittedly a resource-intensive approach.

Citr - A small library helping to parse citations between Markdown and CSL JSON

  •    TypeScript

A small library for parsing Markdown citeproc citations to valid CSL JSON (and vice versa). This module transforms citations as they are described in the Pandoc manual into valid CSL JSON that can then -- for instance -- be passed to citeproc-js.

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