Talk:PubMan Func Spec Bibtex Mapping

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Mapping non-standard entries[edit]

According to the mapping of common non-standard entries:

  • 'affiliation' to 'Creator.Organisation': This should be discussed.
  • 'date' to 'published in print': Which one to prefer? 'date' or 'year' and 'month'

Mapping ISSN[edit]

ISSN should be mapped to Identifier.ID only if genre = "journal". If not it needs to be mapped to source.identifier.ID (if source.genre = journal) --Inga 15:24, 15 May 2008 (CEST)

Genre of source[edit]

Some further logic can be applied for source.genre, e.g. if "publication.gerne = bookitem" than "source.genre = book" or if "publication.gerne = journal article" than "source.genre = journal"

Field "note"[edit]

According to the escidoc to bibtex mapping, source creator is mapped to the field "note". The following behaviour has been noticed though: if an item doesn't have a source at all, then the field is not exported. If an item has a source and a source author/editor, then the field is exported and contains a value. But it the item has a source and no information to its creator, then an empty "note" field is exported (note = "",). Is this behaviour correct?--despoina 07:42, 2 July 2010 (UTC)

BibTeX standard data entries[edit]

The meaning of the BibTeX "address" and "date" fields depends on the entry type. For the entry types "inproceedings" and "proceedings", "address" and "date" are not the address of the publisher and the date of publication, but the address and date of the conference. Consequently, they are typeset as

 Author. Title. In Editor (ed.), Conference, Address, Date, Pages. Publisher.

rather than

 Author. Title. In Editor (ed.), Conference, Pages. Publisher, Address, Date.

--UweWaldmann 17:25, 15 March 2011 (CET)

Mapping of Genres[edit]

Thesis should always be mapped to @mastersthesis or @phdthesis, even if the degree differs from "master" or "phd". For diploma or bachelor theses, set the "type" field accordingly, e.g., "type = {Diploma thesis}". --UweWaldmann 17:25, 15 March 2011 (CET)