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Feinerleiser implements cite rules from the humanities for jabref

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Feinerleiser (speak finalizer) takes an odt file that has citations inserted by jabref and expands them according to rules set by the user in an xml file.
Contrary to the style of citation used in engineering, psychology or medicine [Doe 1985; 123] the user can create complex citation-styles, that satisfy the needs and expectations of researchers from the field of humanities.
Features Include Ibidem-Cite, full citation on first cite and others. It also supports sorting and selective printing of bibliographies.
It is written in python3.x. As of external libraries only lxml is required. It has been tested on Linux/Debian, WindowsXP and Windows7, Mac should work too, though.

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Science/Research

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2012-09-28

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