Publication-lists-4-Your-Website

Reading time ~1 minute

We already explained here how you can use Latex to keep your CV up2date. Today I want to show you how the same bibtex sources and style-files(!) can be turned into a simple html-file that can be any department webpage. All you need is the excellent command-line program bibtex2html.

Merci!

Once this is installed, the following three steps to write all to file.

  1. Set the current directory as directory for temporary files. (This is only a workaround and may not be necessary): export TMPDIR=.
  2. Convert individual bibtex files to html and gives them a header: bibtex2html
  3. Merge them all together and delete the different temp-files: cat and rm

Here is a short shell scricpt that accomplishes these steps.

export TMPDIR=.
./bibtex2html -a -s plainyr.bst --revkeys --no-abstract --no-keywords -nodoc --header "<h1>Artikel mit Peer-review</h1>" paper.bib
./bibtex2html -a -s plainyr.bst --revkeys --no-abstract -nodoc --header "<h1>Kommentare</h1>" commentary.bib
./bibtex2html -a -s plainyr.bst --revkeys --no-abstract -nodoc --header "<h1>Buchkapitel und Proceedings</h1>" chapters.bib
./bibtex2html -a -s plainyr.bst --revkeys --no-abstract -nodoc --header "<h1>Konferenzen</h1>" conferences.bib
cat paper.html commentary.html chapters.html conferences.html > all_pubs.html
rm bib2html*

The world is flat F(1,18) = 39.200; p = .335 - or p < .01 or p <.001? - Check your stats!

A reviewers dream has come true. The new __statcheck__-package for [R](r-project.org) automagically checks the accurate __reporting__ of ...… Continue reading

Relaunch on Jekyll

Published on June 04, 2015