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Aug
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revised BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
fixed hyperlink to wikipedia tags
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accepted BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
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Aug
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comment BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
"Tagging" as I want it to work in JabRef is possible! Here are the quick steps: View > Toggle groups interface. Create a New group and name it with the classification you want, e.g., empirical study. Assign Dynamically group entries by searching a field for a keyword and leave Hierarchical context as Independent group. Under Options specify Field with tags (for arbitrary keywords). Under Keyword put the corresponding tag value, e.g., empirical study. Dragging entries to the Group will add the keyword to the tag field. Clicking the group shows tagged entries.
Aug
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comment BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
I edited my question to reflect that "tagging" is an operation to easily add non-hierarchical classification metadata. The suggestion you gave allows me to manually edit those keywords in a field, but "tagging" as I'd like to use it doesn't seem to work in JabRef with that method.
Aug
21
revised BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
Clarified the question as being about tagging (adding tags easily)
Aug
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asked BibTeX non-hierarchical keywords (tagging) for classification
Aug
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comment Markup a citation (\citep) with pdfcomment's \pdfmarkupcomment
It seems there are some things to do, at least when it is \cite
Apr
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comment Is there a way to make standard LaTex PDF output look good *on screen* as well
+1 (huge difference) for \usepackage{lmodern} when rendered in Adobe Reader in my Windows environment. Without that, in my pdfTeX (TeXStudio software) environment, I was getting the LaTeX modern font embedded into PDF as Type 3 Custom fonts, e.g., F18; Type: Type 3; Encoding: Custom; Actual Font: F18; Actual Font Type: Type 3. With your options, I now get Type 1 embedded fonts, e.g., LMMono12-Regular; Type: Type 1; Encoding Custom. They render much nicer in Adobe Reader X. The other fonts were rendered very "thin" and wash out. Even zoomed reading was taxing due to lack of robustness.
Mar
20
comment \emph or \textit
Is this analogous to the differences between <em> and <i> tags in HTML? For example...
Mar
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comment Markup a citation (\citep) with pdfcomment's \pdfmarkupcomment
@egreg I attempted to do that - see the edit
Mar
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awarded  Editor
Mar
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revised Markup a citation (\citep) with pdfcomment's \pdfmarkupcomment
added MWE (fixed bib entry)
Mar
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asked Markup a citation (\citep) with pdfcomment's \pdfmarkupcomment
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
27
comment Style-independent way in BibTeX to cite a web page as a source
@JosephWright Thanks again. I only use (tolerate!) LaTeX because of the publications that require it... The path of least resistance is to keep hacking my @misc entries.
Aug
27
comment Style-independent way in BibTeX to cite a web page as a source
@JosephWright Thanks. biblatex might be an option, although I'm not sure what it entails when 1) using TeXworks and 2) writing papers for conferences/journals that impose their own tex formats.
Aug
27
asked Style-independent way in BibTeX to cite a web page as a source
Aug
27
comment How can I use BibTeX to cite a web page?
+1 for the way to include the access date (very important!). There's an alternative way that uses howpublished to include the \url{} and [Acccessed: 30 September 2009], but that might not be style-independent. It's a little frustrating that BibTeX didn't officially keep up with web pages as an entry.