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with Mendeley

Henri Heintz 7 years ago updated by Christian Fritz 5 years ago 1

Using the Mendeley My publication is absolutely wonderful, in particular because it is easy to upload your own paper--via mendeley--and then make them accessible on your own page via Bibbase. However, the bibtex file that bibbase generates is not clean.

Here is what I get: http://christophe.heintz.free.fr/publications.htm

1. the biggest problem is that the names of editors are not printed

2. the bibtex info for each publication includes too many completely irrelevant information, such as:  isauthor = {1}, and url_mendeley= ...

3. the last information "url_mendeley" leads bibbase to display a link to Mendeley for each paper ... it would be better not to have this link (which only lead to redundant information).


I have generated myself a bibtex file using Mendeley and it gives something clean with no mistakes (even though it still includes info about where the paper is stored on my own computer):

http://christophe.heintz.free.fr/MyPubli.htm

The problem is that the pdf version stored on Mendeley are not made available any more ! I could not generate a bibtex file that would include

url_pdf_0 = {http://www.mendeley.com/download/public/ --ID of the paper in question---.pdf}


Is it all right to ask here for a fix, or should I rather write to Mendeley?


Thanks a lot.

Christophe


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Does problem 1. still exist? Your publications list looks OK right now, except that unicode characters don't seem to render well. You may need to add the utf-8 meta tag to your page.

Problems 2. seems to be a matter of personal preference. It would be hard to tell which mendeley fields are useful to users and which are not.


Problem 3.: you should be able to hide those links using CSS.


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Does problem 1. still exist? Your publications list looks OK right now, except that unicode characters don't seem to render well. You may need to add the utf-8 meta tag to your page.

Problems 2. seems to be a matter of personal preference. It would be hard to tell which mendeley fields are useful to users and which are not.


Problem 3.: you should be able to hide those links using CSS.