User talk:Angelo Porciuncula
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Exporting a .bib file from Papers
Hello Jakob, Thanks for the PhD template that you uploaded. Being new to LaTeX, I don't know if it is possible to use a .bib library file exported from a PDF organizer program called Papers (by Mekentosj). Have you encountered this before? I tried replacing the contents of the references.bib file you had in your template with those exported from Papers. I changed the citations and all but the changes don't reflect in the References page. Thanks a lot and any help would be greatly appreciated! Angelo Porciuncula SPAIN
- Hi Angelo, this should be possible. I, personally, haven't used Papers this way but I'm aware of the BibTex export function. Instead I used BibDesk since Papers wasn't sufficiently well developed at this point. So, unfortunately, I can only tell you that it should work in principle. You would need to exchange the .bib file and the references to the bib file in the text itself. Then, after re-compilation, you should see the changes. Sorry, don't have time to go into more detail. Ask friends from computer sciences or physics at your uni. Saludos, --- JS 09:29, 22 September 2011 (EDT)