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Good Emacs Packages
7 projects | /r/emacs | 14 May 2023
If you're a researcher, I highly recommend citar.
Org-roam, zotero, and org-noter workflow for scientific research and citations (+bibtex)?
5 projects | /r/emacs | 21 Mar 2023
If you have info on what you're looking for there, post 'em here.5 projects | /r/emacs | 21 Mar 2023
I use Citar (along with the Vertico+Marginalia+Orderless stack) to insert/manage inserting citations and citar-org-roam to take longer-form notes on papers with org-roam.
Org-noter is under new maintainership with the first MELPA update since 2019
3 projects | /r/emacs | 20 Mar 2023
I maintain citar and have had some questions (this is the recent one) about org-noter integration. Let us know if any input!
Org package recommendations for Cross Referencing
5 projects | /r/emacs | 8 Mar 2023
I recently decided to try switching to more built-in options such as the new built-in org-cite syntax. I am using the package citar for this (yes, I know org-ref can also be changed to use the new built-in syntax).
Why use Emacs for LaTeX instead of Overleaf?
4 projects | /r/emacs | 4 Mar 2023
If you need citations, having Citar at your disposal is crazy nice.
2 projects | /r/orgmode | 28 Jan 2023
OK, I just pushed a commit that allows one to configure that default function to leave the space out.
Emacs and knowledge management for scientists
7 projects | /r/emacs | 21 Jan 2023
The citar package, which I created, has note integration packages available for both org-roam and denote (along with zk).
org-cc: Custom completions for Org (WIP)
9 projects | /r/emacs | 22 Nov 2022
Hi, I started this project since I like the completion interface of citar so much. The basic idea is that it would be fantastic to have a citar-like interface for arbitrary structured subsets of Org entries.
can org-capture-ref replace zotero?
3 projects | /r/emacs | 26 Oct 2022
Per summary here, it cannot and will not by default (citar will only ever support org-cite), but one can configure it to do so if you'd like.
What are some alternatives?
org-ref - org-mode modules for citations, cross-references, bibliographies in org-mode and useful bibtex tools to go with it.
helm-bibtex - Search and manage bibliographies in Emacs
doom-emacs - An Emacs framework for the stubborn martian hacker [Moved to: https://github.com/doomemacs/doomemacs]
consult-bibtex - Emacs bibtex-completion through consulting-read
org-roam-bibtex - Org Roam integration with bibliography management software
biblio.el - Browse and import bibliographic references from CrossRef, DBLP, HAL, arXiv, Dissemin, and doi.org from Emacs
org-bib-mode - An Emacs minor mode for literate & annotated bibliography
scimax - An emacs starterkit for scientists and engineers
pandoc - Universal markup converter
citar-org-roam - citar/org-roam integration
dotemacs - My emacs configuration.
citar-capf - Completion at point for citations using citar