[OS X TeX] Re: OT: Article dashboard Widget
dawes at phy.duke.edu
Thu Jul 19 22:39:39 EDT 2007
Fellow Mac & TeX users, I just wanted to follow this thread up with
an announcement that more journals have been added to the article
widget in case anyone has found it useful... hopefully it will only
become more useful.
Journals are being added daily so check for updates if you don't see
the ones you need (or let me know, and I'll try to add them).
The download link is still:
I have thought about making it into a service but I'll take it one
step at a time. I would also love to integrate bibtex/bibdesk support
but I think there are already a lot of good applescripts for pulling
bibtex from journal websites, in addition to bibdesk's built-in
support for WoS and web browsing in general. For now I just wanted to
speed up the citation-to-webpage lookup time.
> > Came across this and thought people here might find it useful:
> > http://www.phy.duke.edu/~dawes/computing/articlewidget.php
> >> . . . Article, a dashboard widget . . . for quickly accessing
> >> articles by volume and page number. . . . use it for quickly
> >> following citations when . . . reading an article. An example
> >> workflow would be to use this widget to locate the journal webpage
> >> for the article and then from there import the citation to
> >> Connotea, CiteULike or BibDesk. . .
> > Struck me as ingenious, though I wonder if it wouldn't work better
> > as a Service (does BibDesk support a similar Service?)
> Looks neat (if you use the particular journals it supports). That
> would be more useful coupled with something like Skim.
> In answer to your question: BibDesk doesn't do this directly, although
> you can add recognized text formats via Services. However, the
> current nightly builds of BibDesk allow you to search and import from
> Web of Science directly, which I'm guessing a few people will find
> -- adam
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