I've long been searching for some bibliographic solutions within TiddlyWiki
(search this group for bibtex and bibliography, and you'll see some threads
I've started / contributed to over the years).
I actually made some progress today and would welcome thoughts /
suggestions / etc. to move this effort forward.
I am now able to import a bunch-o-references from Google Scholar into a
JabRef dbase, export my dbase into a spreadsheet, make some modest edits,
convert to JSON, and import into TW.
At https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/index.html is:
<https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/bibliography.html> - a TW with
100+ references directly imported from Google Scholar plus some
documentation about steps taken
<https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/first-jabref-bibtex-db.bib> - my
- bib3.ods <https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/bib3.ods> - export
from jabref to ods (spreadsheet) format
- bib3.csv <https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/bib3.csv> - csv
- bib3.json <https://stevesunypoly.updog.co/bibtex/bib3.json> - json
Ideally, TW should read the .bib file directly, of course. But, one step at
(FWIW: note use of updog.co to serve TW via Dropbox - easy, free, reliable!)
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