Create a Healy-style CV in latex without having to tweak latex files. This fork uses biblatex to generate the bibliography and includes links to philpapers and Google Scolar citation counts.
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README.md

Structured data curriculum vitae

Produces my CV in various formats from a bibtex bibliography database and a yaml file containing non-publication data, using pandoc templates.

This is based on Benjamin Schmidt's CV-pandoc-healy. See additional info there.

The resulting PDF can be viewed here.

Major changes to bschmidt's setup:

  1. Obvs, it's my CV and not his; so there's different sections and organization.
  2. Also generate CV in other formats (eg, MarkDown).
  3. Bibliography is done using biblatex, using keywords instead of categories (see rz-vita.sty).
  4. Bibliography includes links to PhilPapers
  5. Bibliography also prints number of Google Scholar citations. zach.bib contains scholar fields that contains the Google Scholar cluster ID corresponding to an entry. The Makefile produces a file cv-zach-scholar.tex from this. It issues, for each entry that has citations, a command \defscholar{<clusterid>}{<citations>}. It is generated in the Makefile using a little script citecounts, which in turn uses scholar.py to query Google Scholar. rz-vita.sty loads that file and prints the citations.

scholar.py is included as a submodule. After you clone this repository, you also have to say

$ git submodule init
$ git submodule update

To get find the Google Scholar cluster ID, click on the "cited by x" link for the paper in Google Scholar. It'll take you to an URL like

https://scholar.google.ca/scholar?cites=5523213711320200321&as_sdt=2005&sciodt=0,5&hl=en

The cluster ID is the number after cites=. If Google Scholar has more than one version for it, put all the cluster IDs in the scholar field, separated by commas but no spaces.