[science-at] Open source and scientific writing

Harry Krishna whiskeybull at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 7 01:02:48 UTC 2013

Thanks for the tip @marius ... i was searching for a good open source 
citation tool and this one seems to be really handy! let´s see if i can 
integrate in my workflow :)

Sunny greetings,

Am 06.09.2013 11:09, schrieb marius schebella:
> zotero.org <http://zotero.org>
> 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.
> marius.
> 2013/9/6 mail at stefankasberger.at <mailto:mail at stefankasberger.at> 
> <mail at stefankasberger.at <mailto: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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