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I have BibTex citations taken from ADS which look like this:

@ARTICLE{1996ApJ...462..672T,
  author = {{Tolstoy}, E. and {Saha}, A.},
   title = "{The Interpretation of Color-Magnitude Diagrams through Numerical Simulation and Bayesian Inference}",
 journal = {\apj},
keywords = {STARS: HERTZSPRUNG-RUSSELL DIAGRAM, METHODS: STATISTICAL},
    year = 1996,
   month = may,
  volume = 462,
   pages = {672},
     doi = {10.1086/177181},
  adsurl = {http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1996ApJ...462..672T},
 adsnote = {Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System}
}

This looks like this in the Bibliography:

Tolstoy, E. y Saha, A. The Interprettion of Color-Magnitude Diagrams through Numerical Simulation and Bayesian Inference. The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 462, página 672, 1996.

What I would like is for that reference to take me to the url specified in the field adsurl when clicked on the title or maybe even the whole reference. Is this possible?

I use JabRef by the way.

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Assuming that you are using (a) a bibliography style file that knows what to do with a field named url in an entry of type @article and (b) the natbib citation management package, all you would have to do is (i) change the name of the field from adsurl to url and (ii) load the hyperref package.

After some poking around on the web, I've come across the bibliography style apj_hyperrefstyle which purports to know how to process fields named adsurl; however, I have no idea if that file meets your other reference formatting needs.

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