[OS X TeX] Papers or BibDesk?
Justin C. Walker
justin at mac.com
Sat Apr 28 18:03:03 EDT 2007
On Apr 28, 2007, at 13:45 , Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
> On Apr 28, 2007, at 13:37, Josep M. Font wrote:
>> El 28/04/2007, a las 6:16, Adam M. Goldstein escribió:
>>> - Add citations from the library of congress, Amazon, entrez
>>> pubmed, or (almost) any library with Z39.50 access, which can be
>>> searched from directly within BD.
>>> - Super-convenient means of acquiring citations that can't be
>>> directly imported with "add publications from clipboard" feature.
>> Does it add/import citations from MathSciNet or ZMATH databases ?
> BibDesk imports the following text formats:
> - BibTeX
> - RIS
> - PubMed/Medline
> - MARC
> - JSTOR
> - Web of Science (ISI)
> - Dublin Core XML
> - Refer
> See http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/manual/BibDesk%
> 20Help_16.html#SEC45 for how to add references. I'm not familiar
> with MathSciNet or ZMATH.
MathSciNet and ZMath (ZentralBlat?) are databases much like PubMed;
they're not 'formats' per se.
Coincidentally, I just added a feature request for access to
those :-}. It would require dealing with logins and proxies, but it
would be *really* great to have that feature.
Justin C. Walker, Curmudgeon-At-Large
Institute for the Enhancement of the Director's Income
"Weaseling out of things is what separates us from the animals.
Well, except the weasel."
- Homer J Simpson
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