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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.

dokieli - :bulb: dokieli is a clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions

  •    Javascript

dokieli is a decentralised article authoring, annotation, and social notification tool which works from Web browsers. It is built with the following principles in mind: freedom of expression, decentralisation, interoperability. See the growing list of examples in the wild. Add the URLs of your articles or interactions to the list.

citation - Legal citation extractor, via command line, JavaScript, or HTTP. See a live example at:

  •    Javascript

A fast, stand-alone legal citation extractor. Compatible in-browser with modern browsers, including IE 9+.

biblatex-sp-unified - An opinionated BibLaTeX implementation of the Unified Stylesheet for Linguistics Journals

  •    TeX

biblatex-sp-unified is an opinionated BibLaTeX implementation of the Unified Stylesheet for Linguistics Journal. The stylesheet was developed by CELxJ, the Committee of Editors of Linguistics Journals. There is a standard BibTeX implementation, called unified.bst, which was developed by Bridget Samuels, based on work done for the house-style of the journal Semantics and Pragmatics (S&P). This project is a ground-up re-implementation in modern BibLaTeX. It is now being used by S&P in production.

manubot - The manuscript bot for automated scholarly publishing (Python package)

  •    Python

The Manubot Python package prepares scholarly manuscripts for Pandoc consumption. It automates and scripts several aspects of manuscript creation, including fetching bibliographic metadata for citations. This program is designed to be used with clones of Manubot Rootstock, which perform Pandoc conversion and continuous deployment. See the Manubot Rootstock usage guide for more information.

references - All of my bibliographic references

  •    TeX

This is the bibtex (.bib) file containing all of my bibliographic references. Figured I'd share it publicly. This README was last updated on 2018-08-11.

bibliometrix - An R-tool for comprehensive science mapping analysis

  •    R

bibliometrix package provides a set of tools for quantitative research in bibliometrics and scientometrics. Bibliometrics turns the main tool of science, quantitative analysis, on itself. Essentially, bibliometrics is the application of quantitative analysis and statistics to publications such as journal articles and their accompanying citation counts. Quantitative evaluation of publication and citation data is now used in almost all scientific fields to evaluate growth, maturity, leading authors, conceptual and intellectual maps, trends of a scientific community.

zothero - Rapidly search and cite Zotero entries from Alfred

  •    AppleScript

Alfred workflow for rapidly searching your Zotero database and copying citations. Download the ZotHero-XYZ.alfredworkflow file from GitHub releases, and double-click the downloaded file to install.

vscode-zotero - Zotero Better Bibtex citations for VS Code

  •    Javascript

This package adds Zotero support to VS Code Markdown editing. To use it, you will need to have the Better BibTeX plugin installed in Zotero. If you don't feel like typing citations out (and let's be honest, you don't), executing 'Zotero Citation Picker' will call up a graphical picker which will insert these for you, formatted and all.

citecorp - Client for the Open Citations Corpus

  •    R

You are probably not going to be using oci identifiers, but rather DOIs and/or PMIDs and/or PMCIDs. See ?oc_lookup for methods for cross-walking among identifier types.

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