(Bibcut update: March 15th, 2014, update of pages: December 21st, 2019)
Bibcut is a free Linux/Windows program, which helps to arrange and modify BibTeX libraries in several ways and in the daily life:
- Referencing BibTeX files to LaTeX files
- Cleaning authors strings
- Comparing BibTeX files
- Removing strange characters in BibTeX files
- Translating BibTeX files into plain text and LaTeX (\bibitem based) files
- Modifying tags of BibTeX entries
- Changing the names of journals (full and abbreviated names)
- Etc. ...
To make life easier, Bibcut comes with a graphical user interface. In first place, Bibcut is interesting for scientists, who publish regularly in scientific journals and who use LaTeX and BibTeX as a text processing system. The Bibcut functions are explained on the Wiki page with help of some examples.
|Linux design (version 3.81)
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