Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
Last revision Both sides next revision
kb:importing_formatted_bibliographies [2019/08/08 08:20]
dstillman
kb:importing_formatted_bibliographies [2019/10/17 05:19]
adamsmith Remove AnyAtyle website
Line 4: Line 4:
 For Microsoft Word "​.docx"​ documents with Zotero or Mendeley citation fields that were inserted with the Word plugins from these reference managers, you can use [[http://​rintze.zelle.me/​ref-extractor/​|Reference Extractor]]. For Microsoft Word "​.docx"​ documents with Zotero or Mendeley citation fields that were inserted with the Word plugins from these reference managers, you can use [[http://​rintze.zelle.me/​ref-extractor/​|Reference Extractor]].
  
-If you still have the references in a reference manager, you can export them from this program to a file format for exchanging bibliographic metadata, such as RIS or BibTeX, and then [[getting_stuff_into_your_library:#​Importing_Records_from_Other_Reference_Tools|import this file]] into Zotero.+If you still have the references in a reference manager, you can export them from this program to a file format for exchanging bibliographic metadata, such as RIS or BibTeX, and then [[adding_items_to_zotero:#​Importing_Records_from_Other_Reference_Tools|import this file]] into Zotero.
  
  
Line 18: Line 18:
  
 ==== Plain-text citations and bibliographies ==== ==== Plain-text citations and bibliographies ====
-If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can also use the [[:getting_stuff_into_your_library#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library.+If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can also use the [[:adding_items_to_zotero#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library.
  
-You can parse plain-text bibliography references using [[http://anystyle.io|AnyStyle]], ​an online bibliography ​parser (written by a Zotero developer) that can be trained for improved results. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CiteProc/​JSON and import into Zotero. Additional plain-text reference parsers are listed below.+If you know how to run commandline (ruby) tools, you can parse plain-text bibliography references using [[https://github.com/​inukshuk/​anystyle|AnyStyle]], ​abibliography ​parser (written by a Zotero developer) that can be trained for improved results. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CiteProc/​JSON and import into Zotero. (The previously available webservice for anystyle is currently unavailable,​ but a new release is planned). Additional plain-text reference parsers are listed below.
  
 Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references. Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references.
Line 28: Line 28:
   - [[http://​text2bib.economics.utoronto.ca/​|text2bib]]:​ A Web-based service by the economics department at the University of Toronto that can convert references in a text file to BibTeX format, which Zotero can import.   - [[http://​text2bib.economics.utoronto.ca/​|text2bib]]:​ A Web-based service by the economics department at the University of Toronto that can convert references in a text file to BibTeX format, which Zotero can import.
   - [[http://​freecite.library.brown.edu/​welcome|FreeCite]]:​ An open-source tool hosted by Brown University that converts formatted bibliographies to a format that the Zotero Connector browser plugin can detect. Import detected citations using the Zotero button in your browser toolbar.   - [[http://​freecite.library.brown.edu/​welcome|FreeCite]]:​ An open-source tool hosted by Brown University that converts formatted bibliographies to a format that the Zotero Connector browser plugin can detect. Import detected citations using the Zotero button in your browser toolbar.
-  - [[http://www.crossref.org/​SimpleTextQuery/​|Simple Text Query]]: A tool by CrossRef that tries to find the Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) of the journal articles, books, or chapters cited in a bibliography. If DOIs are found, you can follow the provided links to the publisher websites and import into Zotero.+  - [[https://doi.crossref.org/​simpleTextQuery|Simple Text Query]]: A tool by CrossRef that tries to find the Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) of the journal articles, books, or chapters cited in a bibliography. If DOIs are found, you can follow the provided links to the publisher websites and import into Zotero.
  
  
 {{tag>kb entry}} {{tag>kb entry}}
kb/importing_formatted_bibliographies.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/10/17 05:20 by adamsmith