Tag Archives for Zotero
I’ve joined Mendeley as Community Liaison.
Reference managers and I have a long history. All the way back in 20041, when I was writing my first paper, my workflow went something like this: “I need to cite Drs. A, B, and C here. Now, where did … Continue reading →
18. March 2009 by Mr. Gunn
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: big data, citation management, citeulike, connotea, mendeley, open access, publishing, reference manager, science20, semantic web, social networking, Zotero | 4 comments
How to write a post containing references to journal articles.
I’ve written an article recently about how to cite webpages in scientific articles. Here’s how to do it the other way around.
01. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: COinS, firefox, greasemonkey, metadata, open access, open science, writing, Zotero | 8 comments