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BibApp

BibApp

BibTeX is an open source reference management software for formatting lists of references. The BibTeX tool is typically used together with the LaTeX document preparation system.

BibApp allows librarians to:

  • Better understand research happening in a departments
  • Facilitate conversations about author rights with researchers
  • Ease the population of your institutional or other repository
  • Get a clearer picture of scholarly publishing trends on the campus

BibApp allows researchers to promote their research, find collaborators on campus, make your research more accessible, and reuse their publication history in other applications.

BibApp is a Ruby on Rails 2.3 web application.

 BibApp 1.1.2

Price
Free to download

Size
16.9MB
License

University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License

Developer
Yusuke Kamiyamane and contributors

Website
bibapp.org

System Requirements
Ruby 1.8.7
RubyGems 1.3.5 or higher
Java 1.5
MySQL or PostgreSQL
Web server

Support:
GitHub

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Customizable faculty profiles
  • Batch-import citations
  • Assess publisher copyright policies for self-archiving
  • Automatic import packages for your IR
  • Third-party import and editing of citations
  • Automatic flagging of duplicate citations on import
  • Name disambiguation for authors
  • Authority control for author, publisher, and journal names
  • Book cover images via Google Books
  • Redirection to licensed articles in your local library
  • Faceted search

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