citer #1

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opened 10 months ago by andy5995 · 1 comments

I don't know what your criteria is for which projects to list, but I found this little tool yesterday, generates citation markup for Wikipedia articles.

https://github.com/5j9/citer

Citer is especially useful for generating citations from Google Books URLs, DOIs (Any Digital object Identifiers) and ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers). Additionally, URLs of many major news websites are supported, including:

I'll add it to the site if you think it would be a good.. addition. :)

I don't know what your criteria is for which projects to list, but I found this little tool yesterday, generates citation markup for Wikipedia articles. https://github.com/5j9/citer >Citer is especially useful for generating citations from Google Books URLs, DOIs (Any Digital object Identifiers) and ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers). Additionally, URLs of many major news websites are supported, including: I'll add it to the site if you think it would be a good.. addition. :)

Well the criteria is somewhat broad. It's listed on the page.

This is a small list of utilities that I deem useful for my daily job and hobbies. These tools are usually quite easy in use, and are great for dataprocessing and usually unix based.

I don't think it matches multiple points in there :)

Well the criteria is somewhat broad. It's listed on the page. > This is a small list of utilities that I deem useful for my daily job and hobbies. These tools are usually quite easy in use, and are great for dataprocessing and usually unix based. I don't think it matches multiple points in there :)
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