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add support for a literature cited section #300

mbjones opened this issue Apr 25, 2018 · 0 comments

add support for a literature cited section #300

mbjones opened this issue Apr 25, 2018 · 0 comments


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@mbjones mbjones commented Apr 25, 2018

Data papers as described in #269 and other uses of metadata need to make reference to external works through citations. Add a literatureCited element to contain these reference lists, and support both Docbook and Bibtex syntax for them.

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These include a new ability to use Bibtex citation format both within
the `citation` element, and within a new `bibtex` element, to create
lists of refs using these in a literatureCited element (#300), as well
as in usageCitation (#259), and referencePublication (#277) elements.
All of this helps support data papers (#269), for which pandoc-style
citation keys can be used to cite these references in the text of
Markdown blocks in the EML document.  Added these features as
demonstrations in the eml-data-paper.xml sample document.
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