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Using BibDesk Citations in Editors and Word Processors
Applications like Microsoft Word, Apple's Pages, TextEdit, and other word processors do not natively use .bib files the way LaTeX does, but BibTex can be used for automated citation and bibliography creation within their documents by means of special scripts.
BibDesk 
january 2016 by arnow
Using BibDesk - A short tutorial.
This excerpt of A. Fischlin *Latest additions to the literature management system of Terrestrial Systems Ecology group ETH Zurich* (2009) guides a new user of BibDesk step by step through the typical use of BibDesk. Although the tutorial is targeted at members of the Systems Ecology Group of ETH Zurich, Switzerland, it is of general interest, since it describes typical working steps using BibDesk. Simply skip over any sections that are too specific. After the tutorial this excerpt describes in detail how to customize BibDesk, which may also be of interest to other BibDesk users, notably since no official BibDesk tutorial exists. The excerpt also contains some possibly useful tables relating BibTeX/BibDesk and EndNote reference types and fields together with the FileMaker based data base for the members of the Systems Ecology group at ETH Zurich.
BibDesk 
january 2016 by arnow
BibDesk / Wiki / Main_Page
BibDesk is a graphical bibliography manager for OS X, providing powerful BibTeX file management for Mac users. It is free and open-source. It is under active development by a small group of volunteer Contributors and more are always welcome.
BibDesk 
january 2016 by arnow
BibDesk
Use BibDesk to edit and manage your bibliography. It will keep track of both the bibliographic information and the associated files or web links for you. BibDesk’s services will simplify using your bibliography in other applications and are particularly well suited for LATEX users.
ref_managers  software  latex  BibDesk 
january 2016 by arnow

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