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Turns bibtex keywords into an academic summary table

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labels2tables extracts keywords from a bibtex file, and uses them to generate an academic summary table comparing the articles.



         keywords = {game:soccer, model:network:centrality, open-access}}
         keywords = {game:soccer, model:network:scale-free, open-access}}
         keywords = {game:basketball, model:sequence, open-access}}


import labels2tables
labels = labels2tables.bib2labels("examples/")
labels2tables.labels2txt(labels, "examples/sport.out.txt")


game       model       open-access reference
soccer     network
            centrality Y           duch_quantifying_2010
            scale-free Y           yamamoto_common_2011
basketball sequence    Y           yaari_hot_2011


The intermediate labels format encodes table data using standard Python dictionaries, lists and tuples. See examples/*.spec.txt for example tables, and how to describe them as a labels dictionary.


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