A translator of BibTeX to HTML.
Convert BibTeX .bib files into a directory of HTML files.
The created HTML provide individual HTML pages for publications by year, publication type (category), author, keyword, and funding. A single-page view is also available. pybib2web provides semantics and easy customizability of each BibTeX element through HTML ids and classes.
This makes it easy to choose the data to display and style the bibliography to your needs.
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You can find a raw example in doc/example/index.html. This example is generated with:
pybib2web --config doc/example/config.yml --output doc/example doc/example/db.bib
Two pages that use pybib2web with styling:
- Webpage of the Software and Computational Systems Lab (SoSy-Lab) at LMU Munich uses full pybib2web directory structure with individual pages for author, keywords, etc..
- Personal webpage of Thomas Lemberger uses
--singlepageto display a single page with all entries.
- python 3.8
detex is required to detexify BibTeX-entries that use LaTeX commands,
detex is not installed, these LaTeX commands will be visible
in the HTML output.
After cloning the repository, run
pip install -e . to install pybib2web and its dependencies.
pybib2web --help to show all available command-line options.
This will write a directory of HTML files to
The index of these files is
This will, among other things, create an individual publication page for all authors that appear in the given BibTeX files. Often, one only wants to create these author-centered pages for individual authors- for example for oneself or a specific group of people. pybib2web can be configured through a config file to do this:
pybib2web --config CONFIG_YAML BIBFILE(s)
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