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| BibDesk v1.8.8
BibDesk v1.8.8 Use BibDesk to edit and manage your bibliography. It will keep track of both the bibliographic information and the associated files or web links for you. BibDesk’s services will simplify using your bibliography in other applications and are particularly well suited for LATEX users. BibDesk is developed as an open source project and available free of charge. Any contributions to further its development are appreciated. Please visit the BibDesk Wiki or follow the links below for additional information. Features Manage BibTeX references Find references Import references Export references Supports Mac OS X 10.9 and above Changes: Version 1.8.8 New Features Invert colors in TeX preview in Dark Mode Bugs Fixed Fix table layout on older systems Faster auto sizing table columns Pass missing value for publications in script hook handlers for the document Fix layout of smart group conditions Fix crasher when cleaning up when application terminates Fix some crashers when edits in tables are implicitly committed BibDesk’s Bibliography window displaying the results of a live search in the middle and the details for the selected publication at the bottom and previews for the files and web pages associated to it at the right. There is a ‘source list’ at the left, containing groups, smart groups, shared BibDesk libraries on your network, web pages like PubMed or direct queries of online Bibliography resources. In the publication window you set up the type of each publication (book, article, thesis etc.), give it a unique cite-key for convenient reference and enter the data. In the panel at the right you see previews of the files and web pages associated to the publication. You can drag ...
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Adam Maxwell, Christiaan Hofman and Michael McCracken
| JabRef v5.3
JabRef v5.3 Stay on top of your Literature The efficient way to collect, organize & discover JabRef is an open source bibliography reference manager. The native file format used by JabRef is BibTeX, the standard LaTeX bibliography format. JabRef is a desktop application and runs on the Java VM (version 8), and works equally well on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. BibTeX is an application and a bibliography file format written by Oren Patashnik and Leslie Lamport for the LaTeX document preparation system. General information can be found on the CTAN BibTeX package information page. JabRef also supports BibLaTeX. Bibliographies generated by LaTeX and BibTeX from a BibTeX file can be formatted to suit any reference list specifications through the use of different BibTeX and BibLaTeX style files. Search the Web Entries can be searched in external databases and BibTeX entries can be fetched from there. Example sources: arXiv, CiteseerX, Google Scholar, Medline, GVK, IEEEXplore, and Springer. Import of various formats RIS, Medline/Pubmed (xml), Refer/Endnote, INSPEC, BibTeXML, CSA, ISI Web of Science, SilverPlatter, Scifinder, OVID, Biblioscape, Sixpack, JStor, and RIS. Moreover, the FireFox add-on JabFox makes importing new bibliographic information directly from the browser very easy. Automatic download of full texts JabRef can be instructed to search for the full text of a reference, download it, and directly link it to the BibTeX entry. Search the bibliography Search a pattern in the whole bibliography. Classification of entries You can group entries explicitly, by keywords or any other fields. Integrates to your environment Launch external applications: PDF viewers, web browser Insert citations into TeXstudio, LyX, Kile, Emacs, TeXmaker, Vim, and WinEdt Automatic Key generation BibTeX keys can be automatically generated in a customizable way from document data, e.g. using author names, title and year. Support for XMP Metadata in PDFs Improve the workflow of sharing PDFs and bibliography information Built-in and custom export formats HTML, Docbook, BibTeXML, MODS, RTF, Refer/Endnote, and OpenOffice.org as ...
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