[linux-audio-user] [OT] bibliographic database [wasRe: [OT] OODBs
Eric Dantan Rzewnicki
rzewnickie at rfa.org
Tue Feb 3 15:23:38 EST 2004
I figured there proabably wasn't anything novel about what I wanted. ;)
citeseer is cool. I want to have a list like this for the documents
I've read: http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/mostcited.html
That one gives most cited authors. I'd also like that list for most cited
I'll check out pybliographer and bibtex as well. That should be more
than enough to accomplish what I want to do. I'll store these away in my
bookmarks for later.
On Tue, Feb 03, 2004 at 08:32:50PM +0100, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Eric Dantan Rzewnicki hat gesagt: // Eric Dantan Rzewnicki wrote:
> > I don't have any formal computer science training and little pratical
> > experience with database or content management systems. Is there an
> > existing system or program I could use to do what I want? Or what
> > direction would you recommend looking into if I manage to try to code
> > something in python for myself? I'm willing and interested to learn
> > about this stuff, but don't know where to start. I don't have time for
> > this project right now, but since you guys are on the topic I was
> > hoping to get some pointers to store away for later.
> As bibliographies are used a lot in science, it might be good to use a
> standardized more format. Bibtex comes to mind, which is used in
> Physics *everywhere*. If you look at a random Citeseer entry like:
> you'll see the Bitex reference on every page.
> You could of course generate bibtex entries from other sources, like
> the mentioned RDF or store things in a database. But I would say, that
> a bibtex-import is important as well.
> If you look at the wonderful Pybliographer you get a lot of Python
> code to copy and paste.
> Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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