[Numpy-discussion] [OFFTOPIC] Reference management for articles

Geoffrey Ely gely at usc.edu
Wed Jun 10 16:21:24 EDT 2009

If you use LaTex and Mac OSX, I recommend BibDesk:


Quite nice, and open-source.


On Jun 10, 2009, at 12:23 PM, Gökhan SEVER wrote:

> Hello,
> I am very off-the-topic, sorry about that first, but I know most of  
> the people in this list are students / scientists. Just want to know  
> a few opinions upon how you manage references (following the list of  
> references in the end of articles, books, etc... or building your  
> owns). Some articles are really goes beyond limits on this. I have  
> seen a couple articles titles with at least 200 citations attached  
> in the end, and makes me confused easily while trying to focus on  
> the core of an article.
> What is your solution for this issue? Do you use a web-based system  
> a tool like Zotero? An open-source recommendations are more  
> appreciated.
> Thank you...
> Gökhan
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