完整的參考書目,科學論文降價

[英]Complete bibliography with markdown for scientific papers


I was wondering whether there is a way for me to completely use Markdown language for writing a scientific paper along with R. I gave up on using Latex with knitr a while ago, since most of the journals need .docx files for submission, and converting from Latex to docx with pandoc is not always easy, especially when you get long scientific papers and you end up wasting hours debugging pandoc for trivial errors that Latex (and pdflatex) can easily pass. Anyway, I would like to use the power of knitr with flexibility of pandoc, markdown seems to be a good common ground. The only problem seems to be the bibliography and different citation styles that journals require. My question is: does markdown provide a simple to use (similar to biblatex, natbib, etc) bibliography engine? If not, what do you recommend for me to have a seamless transition from analyzing my data to submitting my papers? I'm sick of converting Latex to docx.

我想知道是否有一種方法可以讓我完全使用Markdown語言和R一起編寫科學論文。我不久前放棄了使用Latex和knitr,因為大多數期刊需要.docx文件提交和轉換從Latex到帶有pandoc的docx並不總是那么簡單,特別是當你得到很長的科學論文時,你最終會浪費時間調試pandoc來解決Latex(和pdflatex)可以輕易傳遞的瑣碎錯誤。無論如何,我想用pandoc的靈活性來編織knitr的力量,降價似乎是一個很好的共同點。唯一的問題似乎是參考書目和期刊需要的不同引用風格。我的問題是:降價提供了一個簡單易用(類似於biblatex,natbib等)的參考書目引擎嗎?如果沒有,您建議我從分析數據到提交論文進行無縫過渡?我厭倦了將Latex轉換為docx。

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I basically use this setup, i.e. markdown in emacs but the concept is editor-independent. You can use a latex-like way to cite your paper in markdown and then use pandoc and the *.csl files. Check out this post for more details.

我基本上使用這個設置,即emacs中的markdown,但這個概念與編輯器無關。您可以使用類似乳膠的方式在markdown中引用您的紙張,然后使用pandoc和* .csl文件。查看此帖子了解更多詳情。


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