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What is does This Alfred workflow enables academic citing and publishing with any markdown app like iA Writer, Ulysses, or Scrivener. It does so by offering a Zotero Citation Picker for Pandoc Markdown Citations and by automatically converting Markdown files into `.docx`, `.pdf`, or `.html `with the proper bibliography. This workflow is made for academics like me who neither like Word nor LaTeX. As the name suggests, this workflow is basically a user-friendly interface for Pandoc, allowing you to make use of Pandoc's vast capabilities without ever needing to open the Terminal. Demo Image Download ➡️ Latest Release on GitHub Usage & Installation Guide ➡️ Complete Information on Usage, Installation, & Initial Setup
ZotHero Rapidly search your Zotero database and copy citations. https://github.com/deanishe/zothero Features Perform full-text search across your Zotero database, including only searching specific fields Copy citations using any CSL style you have installed in Zotero Copy citations either in citation/note style or bibliography style Copy citations in any locale supported by CSL Citations are copied in multiple formats, so the right data are automatically pasted into the application you're using Trigger search while you type using the Snippet Trigger (you must assign the snippet keyword yourself in Alfred Preferences) Download & installation Download the ZotHero-XYZ.alfredworkflow file from GitHub releases, and double-click the downloaded file to install. Basic usage These are the workflow's default keywords: zot <query> — Search your Zotero database (common fields). zot:[<query>] — Search a specific field. zotconf [<query>] — View and edit workflow configuration. See the README on GitHub for full instructions. Pasting citations When you copy a citation, ZotHero puts both HTML and rich text (RTF) representations on the pasteboard. That way, when you paste a citation into an application like Word, the formatted text will be pasted, but when you paste into a text/Markdown document, the HTML will be pasted. Licence & thanks The workflow is released under the MIT licence. The Zorro icon was created by Dan Lowenstein. Citations are generated by citeproc-js (AGPLv3). Workflow stuff is taken care of by Alfred-Workflow (also MIT licence).
Reference Importer: search for an article/book from a variety of sources and import the corresponding reference data (BibTex, PDF) into BibDesk, copy BibTeX to clipboard, go to the landing page for the article, or copy a formatted reference. Also supports reference lookup from a PDF file. (This workflow was formerly known as "Citation Search" and "AIAA Search") (follow link to GitHub for a more detailed README and download) Update 5/22/2013: added conversion of non-latin characters to proper LaTeX. also removed default cite-key so that BibDesk can populate citekey with user defined style. Update 5/28/2013: fix due to slight change of crossref.org API Update 12/4/2013: major update including improved parsing, getting PDFs in addition to BibTeX, Google Books, Google Scholar, reverse PDF lookup. more details in comments below and in README Update 12/6/2013: improvement to DOI parsing from PDF text Update 3/15/2014: minor fixes and improvements Update 4/2/2014: unicode fix Update 4/3/2014: another unicode fix, this one for google books