JabRef is a graphical Java application for editing BibTeX
(.bib) databases. The application does not use an internal file format.
JabRef lets you organize your entries into overlapping logical
groups, and limit your view to a single group or an
intersection or union of several groups. You can customize the entry
information shown in the main window, and sort by any of the standard
Bibtex fields. JabRef can autogenerate bibtex keys for your entries.
JabRef also lets you easily link to PDF or web sources for
your reference entries.
JabRef provides sorting and searching functionality for
getting the overview of your databases' contents. Add new database
entries without having to remember what information is required.
JabRef can import from and export to several formats, and you
can customize export filters. It can be run as a command line
application to convert from any import format to any export format.
JabRef runs on all platforms and requires Java 1.5 or newer.
| JabRef 2.6
Free to download
GNU GPL v2
Morten O. Alver, Nizar N. Batada, Michel Baylac,
Frédéric Darboux, Guillaume Gardey, Cyrille d'Haese, S M Mahbub
Murshed, Raik Nagel, Christopher Oezbek, Ellen Reitmayr, Gert Renckens,
Andreas Rudert, Michael Spiegel, Ulrik Stervbo, Dominik Waßenhoven,
Joerg K. Wegner, Michael Wrighton, Egon Willighagen, Wenbo Yang, Jörg
Java Runtime Environment
- Advanced BibTeX editor
- Classification of entries - group entries by keywords or
- Add additional fields to any BibTeX entry type
- Search functions
- Search Medline, Citeseer, IEEExplore and arXiv
- Automatic key generation
- Export to HTML, Docbook, BibTeXML, MODS, RTF, Refer/Endnote
- Import from BibTeXML, CSA, Refer/Endnote, ISI Web of
Science, SilverPlatter, Medline/Pubmed (xml), Scifinder, OVID, INSPEC,
Biblioscape, Sixpack, JStor and RIS
- Add additional functionality by plugins
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