JIRA lets you prioritise, assign, track, report and audit your 'issues,' whatever they may be — from software bugs and help-desk tickets to project tasks and change requests. ·
BibDesk is a bibliographic reference manager for Mac OS X. BibDesk is designed to help organize and use bibliographic databases in BibTeX .bib format. In addition to manual typing, BibDesk lets you drag & drop or cut & paste .bib files into the bibliographic database and automatically opens files downloaded from PubMed. BibDesk also keeps track of electronic copies of literature on your computer and allows for searching your database through several keys.
BibDesk integrates well with TeX for creating citations and bibliographies. This integration includes a Citation search completion service, and drag & drop (cut & paste) support for adding citations to TeX files. ·
Many scientists now manage the bulk of their bibliographic information electronically, thereby organizing their publications and citation material from digital libraries. However, a library has been described as “thought in cold storage,” and unfortunately many digital libraries can be cold, impersonal, isolated, and inaccessible places. In this Review, we discuss the current chilly state of digital libraries for the computational biologist, including PubMed, IEEE Xplore, the ACM digital library, ISI Web of Knowledge, Scopus, Citeseer, arXiv, DBLP, and Google Scholar. We illustrate the current process of using these libraries with a typical workflow, and highlight problems with managing data and metadata using URIs. We then examine a range of new applications such as Zotero, Mendeley, Mekentosj Papers, MyNCBI, CiteULike, Connotea, and HubMed that exploit the Web to make these digital libraries more personal, sociable, integrated, and accessible places. We conclude with how these applications may begin to help achieve a digital defrost, and discuss some of the issues that will help or hinder this in terms of making libraries on the Web warmer places in the future, becoming resources that are considerably more useful to both humans and machines. ·
reStructuredText is an easy-to-read, what-you-see-is-what-you-get plaintext markup syntax and parser system. It is useful for in-line program documentation (such as Python docstrings), for quickly creating simple web pages, and for standalone documents. reStructuredText is designed for extensibility for specific application domains. The reStructuredText parser is a component of Docutils. reStructuredText is a revision and reinterpretation of the StructuredText and Setext lightweight markup systems. ·
On this page First Author* explains and reviews new software, Internet tools, and databases designed to facilitate data retrieval and organisation. Follow the links on the right hand side for articles, which can be read on this page or downloaded free of charge by clicking on the PDF icons next to each title. For updates on new web tools and technology by month, see Deba tes. ·
SumoBrain is FREE! SumoBrain offers cross-collection searching, portfolios, alerts, and other collaboration tools, as well as bulk PDF download capabilities. Sumobrain caters to intellectual property professionals, attorneys, and users in the corporate world. While SumoBrain was conceived as a subscription service, we have decided to take the radical step of making SumoBrain completely free. As long as we can support its costs without subscription fees, it will remain free indefinitely ·