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  • anystyle

    Fast citation reference parsing

    Failing that there are services like AnyStyle.io that will parse unformatted bibliography entries.

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  • bibtex-autocomplete

    Python package to autocomplete bibtex bibliographies

    I made a command-line tool to autocomplete bibtex entries in python : https://github.com/dlesbre/bibtex-autocomplete. It works by auto-querying a bunch of online databases (www.crossref.org, arxiv.org, dlbp.org, researchr.org, and unpaywall.org)

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