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Joos Buijs
implementation [2017/10/17 16:30]
Joos Buijs
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 +===== BibTex Cleaner =====
 +While writing my PhD thesis I had 2 issues:
 +  - My references were messy: citations were mixed, styles were mixed, name suffixes ('​van',​ '​de',​ 'van der Aalst'​) were messed up, etc.
 +  - I was looking for anything to do, in order to evade writing.
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 +Therefore I hacked together a tool which takes a .bib file (LaTeX bibliography file) and looks up the matching entry in the [[http://​dblp.org/​|DBLP]] database. It then merges the two entries, resulting in one nice bib file. You should then once spend time and effort to setup the citation style you want.
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 +The code can be found here: https://​github.com/​joosbuijs/​bibcleaner (use at your own risk!)
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 During my master project (2009/2010) I developed a generic tool to convert data to the event log format. During my master project (2009/2010) I developed a generic tool to convert data to the event log format.
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 Most notable additions are the '​live'​ view of the development of a Pareto front (see my publication entitled '​Discovering and Navigating a Collection of Process Models using Multiple Quality Dimensions'​). ​ Most notable additions are the '​live'​ view of the development of a Pareto front (see my publication entitled '​Discovering and Navigating a Collection of Process Models using Multiple Quality Dimensions'​). ​
  
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-==== BibTex Cleaner ==== 
-While writing my PhD thesis I had 2 issues: 
-  - My references were messy: citations were mixed, styles were mixed, name suffixes ('​van',​ '​de',​ 'van der Aalst'​) were messed up, etc. 
-  - I was looking for anything to do, in order to evade writing. 
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-Therefore I hacked together a tool which takes a .bib file (LaTeX bibliography file) and looks up the matching entry in the [[http://​dblp.org/​|DBLP]] database. It then merges the two entries, resulting in one nice bib file. You should then once spend time and effort to setup the citation style you want. 
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-The code can be found here: https://​github.com/​joosbuijs/​bibcleaner (use at your own risk!)