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Use Aigaion instead of this section of the Wiki - but a few are still here, see at the bottom.
You can store your papers, including PDFs, add notes, import/export BibTeX entries to use in LaTeX or LyX, etc.
A nice one-page introduction on searching, from UC Berkeley: Recommended Search Strategy
- Group archive
- Google Scholar
- Catalogue of Documents for the Researcher
- arXiv mirror at Wits or US main site
- The American Physical Society
- Physics Today
- IoP Electronic Journals
- American Institute of Physics
- Online Journal Publishing Service
- ScienceDirect Web Editions
Web editions provides basic electronic access to the current year (plus one) of journals
- Online or Invisible?
- Writing - How to write articles, reports, etc.
- Latex etc - The software used to write
- see Latex etc
- http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6375468.html - A review of online bibliography/archival tools
- http://www.fauskes.net/nb/bibtools/ Another review of bibliography tools
- Online tools:
you can import/export BibTeX entries from Aigaion
It extracts data from text copied directly from the web page and outputs BibTeX records that contains much more information than citations exported using the export functionality provided by the bibliographic services.
If it works well we could install a local copy.
- CiteULike - online bibliography service. Nice to see other people's bibliographies. Very good import tools from a number of online services. The search is not working in this moment - I hope it's a temporary glitch. It allows to upload a private copy of the PDFs, but I don't see a way to share it with other people.
- QCite is not as nice as CiteULike, but the source is available on request, so one could install it locally and add functionality like uploading PDFs. But I don't see any of us having the time...
- Standalone BibTeX programs:
Please note that download of articles etc. from this section of the Wiki is restricted to the PSI group, to avoid copyright concerns.