I don't understand where the doctype on the following screenshot come from:
Can you please help me?
Thanks in advance.
I had a look at the image you sent but can't quite tell what you mean by doctype or what else you might thing is wrong with that screenshot. Or do you mean that appearance of "2019.tex.ids" on the last entry? Could you send me a link to your page so I can dig deeper?
In the screenshot, "billet" is for blogposts, but "Blog" is also for a blogpost.
But what really strikes me is that I don't know where the "MOOC" category comes from. (I see the mention in the title, but don't understand how it could be used as doctype.)
The link to my page is here: https://bibbase.org/show?bib=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.zotero.org%2Fgroups%2F2233096%2Fitems%3Fkey%3DrCy7E0GkmFhOXB78i3c8F8Sm%26format%3Dbibtex%26limit%3D100&msg=embed#
Hm, this is more of a question on how your papers are organized in your Zotero library than about BibBase. BibBase just receives whatever Zotero exports your data as. Since you group is public though I had a look and found that there "website" entries seem to have different website types set, and that's what the Zotero API seems to use for the "type" field you see in the exported bibtex entries.
You should be able to just change those website types to whatever you want the document type to be in BibBase.
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