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Helps you to have a better bibtex file

Project description

Description(Beta version)

image0 Bibcure helps in boring tasks by keeping your bibfile up to date and normalized.

Requirements

Bibcure uses the wonderful Bibtex parser. In this moment we waiting for new release of bibtexparser to solve some bugs.

Install

$ sudo pip install bibcure

scihub2pdf(beta)

image1 If you want download articles via a DOI number, article title or a bibtex file, using the database of libgen or sci-hub, see

bibcure/scihub2pdf

Features and how to use

bibcure

Given a bib file…

$ bibcure -i input.bib -o output.bib
  • check sure the Arxiv items have been published, then update them(requires internet connection)
  • complete all fields(url, journal, etc) of all bib items using DOI number(requires internet connection)
  • find and create DOI number associated with each bib item which has not DOI field(requires internet connection)
  • abbreviate jorunals names

doi2bib

Given a DOI number…

$ doi2bib 10.1038/s41524-017-0032-0
  • get bib item given a doi(requires internet connection)

You can easily append a bib into a bibfile, just do

$ doi2bib 10.1038/s41524-017-0032-0 >> file.bib

You also can generate a bibtex from a txt file containing a list of DOIs

$ doi2bib --input file_with_dois.txt --output refs.bib

title2bib

Given a title…

$ title2bib An useful paper
  • search papers related and return a bib for the selected paper(requires internet connection)

You can easily append a bib into a bibfile, just do

$ title2bib An useful paper --first >> file.bib

You also can generate a bibtex from a txt file containing a list of “titles”

$ title2bib --input file_with_titles.txt --output refs.bib --first

arxivcheck

Given a arxiv id…

$ arxivcheck 1601.02785
  • check if has been published, and then returns the updated bib (requires internet connection)

Given a title…

$ arxivcheck --title An useful paper published on arxiv

search papers related and return a bib the first item. You can easily append a bib into a bibfile, just do

$ arxivcheck --title An useful paper published on arxiv >> file.bib

You also can interact with results, just pass –ask parameter

$ arxivcheck --ask --title An useful paper published on arxiv

scihub2pdf

Given a bibtex file

$ scihub2pdf -i input.bib

Given a DOI number…

$ scihub2pdf 10.1038/s41524-017-0032-0

Given a title…

$ scihub2bib --title An useful paper

Location folder as argument

$ scihub2pdf -i input.bib -l somefoler/

Use libgen instead sci-hub

$ scihub2pdf -i input.bib --uselibgen

Sci-Hub vs LibGen

Sci-hub:

  • Stable
  • Annoying CAPTCHA
  • Fast

Libgen

  • Unstalbe
  • No CAPTCHA
  • Slow

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