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Update (20-05-2022): Now also works with Multi-Markdown, and Latex citation syntax. Wikilinks and tags are supported as well. --- This is a citation picker for academics that write in markdown. I am proud to say that this is the most performant and most feature-rich citation picker that I know of! 💪 Inserts Pandoc Citation Syntax ("[@citekey]"). Works with page numbers & multiple citations. works systemwide, in case you also work in another Markdown app. smart search: search for citekeys, authors, title, publication, keywords (tags), include/exclude authors in et al, tab-completion, ... feature-rich: paste single-entry bibliographies, remove entries from your library without opening a reference management app, open URLs, open or create literature notes, search for .csl files online... Obsidian integration: When located in an Obsidian vault, literature notes will automatically be opened/created in Obsidian. (Otherwise, they will be opened in the default app for markdown files.) very performant: considerably quicker than other citation pickers (~200ms to fully reload a library with ~4000 entries on my machine) easy installation: no dependencies, no required plugins, no setup (other than entering the path to your .bib file, of course). ➡️ https://github.com/chrisgrieser/alfred-bibtex-citation-picker
Hello, I'm a user of Ubuntu as well, and I've been impressed by a Unity lens which allows to look into different academic databases (PubMed, JSTor, Google Scholar) directly via a simple search in the Unity Dash. Even better, you can search in your local Zotero database. https://plus.google.com/105012666183155576119/posts/ZmvMZBzTsH2 Could it be possible to reproduce this behaviour with an alfred workflow ? It would save me and many others a lot of time. Thanks.