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Chapter 13. Bibliography Generation > 13.3. On-line bibliographies

13.3. On-line bibliographies

If you search the Internet you will find a large number of bibliography entries for both primary and secondary publications in free as well as commercial databases. In this section we mention a few free resources on scientific publications that offer bibliographic data in BibTeX and some other formats.

Nelson Beebe maintains nearly 400 BibTeX databases related to scientific journals and particular scientific topics.1 These range from “Acta Informatica” and “Ada User Journal” to “X Journal” and “X Resource [journal]”. All are available as .bib source file, .html, .pdf, and .ps listings.

1 The bibliographic databases and support programs for maintaining and manipulating them can be found at http://www.math.utah.edu:8080/pub/tex/bib/index-table.html.


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