[science-at] Open source and scientific writing

marius schebella marius.schebella at gmail.com
Fri Sep 6 18:09:29 UTC 2013

it runs on windows and osx. it manages resources and metainformation. you
can add new sources easily with one click for example from firefox (as soon
as you are on amazon, google scholar or any page that contains a pdf or
bibliography information)
zotero will create bib entries if you work with latex or you can add your
sources from within ms word (or open office) and create a bibliography
inside your document. it supports all kinds of formats for your sources.

2013/9/6 mail at stefankasberger.at <mail at stefankasberger.at>

> Hello,
> a question arose today:
> Which open source and/or open data tools do you use for scientific
> writing and citation management? And how is your workflow for it?
> Cheers, Stefan
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