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Pybliographer

Pybliographer

Pybliographer is a high quality tool for working with bibliographic databases. It provides a general framework to manipulate this type of database, with a friendly graphical interface. It is also extensible with a scripting language to tailor the applicaiton to a user's requirements.

Pybliographer supports BibTeX, Medline, Ovid and Refer files. Use this software for viewing, editing, and searching bibliographic databases, as well as to convert them into different formats such as HTML.

Yelp (part of GNOME) is required to view the Pybliographic manual from within the graphical user interface.

It is a simple framework that provides easy to use python classes and functions. It can therefore be extended for many different functions (generating HTML pages according to bibliographic searches, etc).

 Pybliographer 1.2.12

Price
Free to download

Size
0.8MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
The Pybliographer Team

Website
www.pybliographer.org

System Requirements
Python 2.3 or higher
Glib 2.0.x or higher
GNU Recode 3.5 or 3.6
Pygtk 2.4 or higher
gnome-python 2.5 or higher
Gnome 2.4 or higher
python-bibtex  1.2.2 or higher

Support Sites:
Manual, Developers' Mailing List, Users' Mailing List, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Gnome interface for editing, searching, inserting citations in OpenOffice.org, LyX, and Kile
  • Search external databases such as PubMed, Citeseer and more
  • Supports: BibTeX, ISI, Medline, Ovid and Refer
  • Powerful API

Pybliographer in action

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Last Updated Sunday, April 17 2011 @ 08:33 AM EDT


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