Emacs calibre client - An Ebook Management Solution in Emacs.
I use calibredb to manage my ebooks (mainly epubs) and I'm quite happy with it. I was wondering if there was an emacs package that would do the same for research papers. Namely, allowing to
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, annotate, cite, and share your research sources.
I use the free and open source Zotero which I think you'd find very calibre-like and manage notes and concept linking with org-roam in emacs.
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Zotero plugin providing some additional editing features
I also like the zutilo plugin for zotero so I can follow links from emacs to the entry in zotero.
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