[OS X TeX] MLA-style Template
napaxton at fas.harvard.edu
Fri Apr 2 16:13:33 CEST 2010
On 2 Apr 2010, at 6:25 AM, Paulo Ferreira wrote:
> On 2010/04/02, at 05:22, David Messerschmitt wrote:
>>> While we are on this topic...has anyone had any luck with JabRef? So far as I can tell, it will *delete* all nonstandard BibTeX fields, which is crazy. I've been looking for something that Windows collaborators can use (we don't have RefWorks or the like) to edit a BibTeX database, but I haven't found anything. What do windows people do?
>> RefWorks is perfect for collaboration, across institutions, platforms, etc. Everybody can have RefWorks if each person is willing to shell out 100 USD for an individual subscription. Using a text editor to search through 1000's of entries sounds awful.
> What about Zotero? ( at www.zotero.org )?
> I can import and export Bibtex files, and can be used online in the new version...
> And as a Firefox plugin, can be used in Windows, OSX and others.
> My regards
> Paulo Ferreira
I feel obligated (since no one else has that I can recall) to mention BibDesk. Open-source, uses Bibtex, Mac-native, developers are on this list, and so forth. Has most of the features you'd want from Endnote or other reference managers. Or did I miss something about why BD wouldn't work?
Nathan A. Paxton, Ph.D.
Dept. of Government, Harvard University
napaxton AT fas DOT harvard DOT edu
The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.
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