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  • betterbib

    :green_book: Update BibTeX files with info from online resources.

  • .config

    NeoVim configuration optimized for writing in LaTeX

    But maybe I've misunderstood the primary use case you envisioned for improving .bib files in one's workflow. For instance, I have included in my NeoVim config a key-binding which generates a local .bib file from my central .bib file by scraping all citations which occur in the present paper. I run this before submitting a paper for publication along with all necessary files to get the pdf to generate accurately. One way I could include BetterBib in the workflow would be as a check on the local .bib file since it is not going to be replaced by Zotero, correcting any errors in the local .bib file which have been inherited from the central .bib file. I'd be curious to hear what you think, and how you make use of this tool in your workflow. Thanks again!

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