bibcure

Bibcure helps in boring tasks by keeping your bibfile up to date and normalized...also allows you to easily download all papers inside your bibtex

Showing:

Popularity

Downloads/wk

0

GitHub Stars

133

Maintenance

Last Commit

4yrs ago

Contributors

3

Package

Dependencies

0

License

AGPLv3

Categories

Readme

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 <https://github.com/sciunto-org/python-bibtexparser>__. 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 <https://github.com/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

.. |image0| image:: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bibcure/logo/master/logo_64x64.png
.. |image1| image:: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bibcure/logo/master/sci_hub_64.png

Rate & Review

Great Documentation0
Easy to Use0
Performant0
Highly Customizable0
Bleeding Edge0
Responsive Maintainers0
Poor Documentation0
Hard to Use0
Slow0
Buggy0
Abandoned0
Unwelcoming Community0
100