ZoteroBib helps you build a bibliography instantly from any computer or device, without creating an account or installing any software. It’s brought to you by the team behind Zotero, the powerful open-source research tool recommended by thousands of universities worldwide, so you can trust it to help you seamlessly add sources and produce perfect bibliographies. If you need to reuse sources across multiple projects or build a shared research library, we recommend using Zotero instead.
KerkoApp is a web application that uses Kerko to provide a user-friendly search and browsing interface for sharing a bibliography managed with the Zotero reference manager. It is built in Python with the Flask framework.
Although this application may be deployed as is on a web server, it is primarily meant to serve as an example on how to integrate Kerko into a Flask application.
Basic configuration options can be set with environment variables, but for more advanced customizations one should consider building a custom application (possibly using KerkoApp as a starting point), and configuring Kerko through its Python interface.
Generation R is an online editorial platform for Open Science discourse across Europe.
Our guiding editorial question to approach Open Science is to take a ‘needs based approach’ to researchers and look for replicable models that the wider community can use, either on a conceptual level or in practical implementations.
This lead question makes up one part of our four lines of investigation:
- taking a ‘needs based approach’ to researchers,
- Open Science discourse,
- improving the making of Open Science software & systems, and
- addressing imbalances and problems in science knowledge systems.
The platform runs blog posts, as well an evolving and collaborative ‘Notebook’ format where we look to transfer our findings as learning resource to partner platforms, for example as content for: MOOCs, syllabi, guides, Software Carpentry resources, listings, or literature bibliographies.
We organize our postings by theme, but not exclusively. Themes can vary in time period that they will run for, but the standard time period will be six weeks. Using our Notebook we will pre-announce themes and look to collaboratively develop the ideas. Our launch theme is ‘Software Citation’ which will be followed by ‘The Decentralized Web’ in September, and by ‘Citizen Science’ for mid-October.
Generation R is brought to you by the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science.
JabRef is an open source bibliography reference manager. The native file format used by JabRef is BibTeX, the standard LaTeX bibliography format. JabRef is a desktop application and runs on the Java VM (version 8), and works equally well on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
BibTeX is an application and a bibliography file format written by Oren Patashnik and Leslie Lamport for the LaTeX document preparation system. General information can be found on the CTAN BibTeX package information page. JabRef also supports BibLaTeX.
Bibliographies generated by LaTeX and BibTeX from a BibTeX file can be formatted to suit any reference list specifications through the use of different BibTeX and BibLaTeX style files.