Using Zotero to manage OpenOffice.org bibliographies – kort artikel på Linux.com.
“If OpenOffice.org’s own bibliography feature doesn’t really cut it for you, you have several choices. One popular bibliography solution is Bibus, a cross-platform tool that integrates nicely with OpenOffice.org. It is, however, not the only bibliographical tool out there. In fact, there is another nifty tool called Zotero that turns Firefox into a powerful research tool. More importantly, it comes with an OpenOffice.org extension that allows you to use Zotero as a bibliography database. Zotero also sports a few clever features that make the process of creating and managing bibliographies much more efficient.”
“Zotero is a boon for users looking for an easy-to-use bibliography tool that plays nicely with OpenOffice.org. Also, Zotero’s ability to automatically extract bibliographical data from Web pages as well as save and manage other types of data makes it an excellent all-around research tool. The Zotero extension for OpenOffice.org still has the few annoying bugs, but once they are squashed, the Zotero/OpenOffice.org combo will be an appealing proposition.”
Zotero er iøvrigt tidligere omtalt her på bloggen, men jeg har endnu ikke fået afprøvet dette research værktøj…