Bibliograph is a powerful open source web application for the collaborative collection, editing and publishing of bibliographic data.
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- is an application that lets you collect, edit, and publish bibliographic data collaboratively on the web;
- has a modern and intuitive user interface that makes the daily life of working with bibliographies and library collections easy and fun;
- allows researchers, librarians, teachers and students work together online without having to install software locally;
- is fully open source and free to download, install, use and adapt to your particular need.
Bibliograph can be used by
- scholars and librarians who want to publish a library collection or a thematic bibliography online;
- groups of researchers who work together in a research project and want to collect and share bibliographic references;
- professors and teachers who want to share bibliographic information with their students.
- Organize bibliographic records in static folders or dynamic collections based on queries;
- Rich metadata, Autocompletion and duplicate detection;
- Allows natural language queries like "title contains hamlet and author beginswith shake";
- Fine-grained access control system with users, roles, groups and permissions allows flexible user management and contol of who is allowed to view, enter, edit and delete data;
- Unlimited amount of separate databases;
- Imports data from library catalogues (through Z39.50 interface), from various file-based data formats (RIS, BibTeX, Endnote, MODS, and more), and from RSS feeds.
- Export into various open formats and publish folders as RSS feeds;
- Formats bibliographic records with various citation styles (APA, Chicago, ...) using CSL templates and the citeproc style processor (http://citationstyles.org);
- Ability to create and restore snapshot backups of individual databases;
- LDAP integration to connect to existing LDAP servers;
- Optionally provides a user forum;
- Fully open source, can be easily adapted and extended by plugins.