publication_list

Easily manage publication list.

To install, run nikola plugin -i publication_list

Publication List

A Nikola plugin to easily manage publication list.

This plugin provides a directive publication_list, which reads a BibTeX file and display the references in them on the web page.

The publications are displayed in the following way. All publications are sorted by year in reverse order, i.e., recent publication first. Publications in the same year are grouped together with a year subtitle. Within the same year, publications are sorted by order they appear in the BibTeX file. Finally, each publication is formatted with the designated style.

Options

The publication-list directive accepts multiple options.

• :bibtex_dir: indicates the directory where the bibtex file of each publication is generated. If empty, no bibtex file will be created for each publication. The default is bibtex.

• :detail_page_dir: indicates the directory where the details pages of the publications are stored. If empty, no details page will be created. The default is papers.

• :highlight_author: indicates the author to highlight. Usually this is the owner of the website. This can be a list of names separated by “;” if there are several optional names.

In the BibTeX file entries, the following fields have special meanings.

• abstract is the abstract of the paper. If it is present, the abstract will be available in the details page.
• fulltext is the URL to the full text of the paper (usually a PDF file). If it is present, a "full text" link will be shown below the publication and the PDF file will be embedded in the details page.
• Fields starting with customlink will add custom links below the publication. For example, customlinkslides will add a link [slides] to the URL of the value of the field.

If you need math support, please add the following to your EXTRA_HEAD_DATA option in your conf.py file, then every math equation surrounded by $$ and $$, e.g., the ones in the abstracts and titles, will be rendered properly.

r'<script type="text/javascript" src="https://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML"> </script>'


Example

A simple example:

Publications
------------

.. publication_list:: my-publications.bib
:style: unsrt
:highlight_author: Nikola Tesla


where my-publications.bib contains:

@article{a2015,
title = {One Article in 2015},
author = {Nikola Tesla},
year = 2015,
journal = {Great Journal},
volume = 1,
pages = {1--10},
fulltext = {/pdf/a2015.pdf}
}

@book{b2010,
title = {One Book in 2010},
author = {Isaac Newton and Nikola Tesla},
year = 2010,
isbn = {000-0000000000},
publisher = {Nikola Tesla Publishing Group},
fulltext = {http://example.org/b2010.pdf}
}

@inproceedings{p2015,
title = {One Conference in 2015},
booktitle = {Nikola Tesla Conference},
author = {Nikola Tesla},
year = 2015
}


If you have multiple bibtex files, you can specify them in one line, separated by spaces. For example:

... publication_list:: my-novels.bib my-research-papers.bib my-collections.bib


Live examples:

• https://www.hong.me/
• http://www.shudan.me/
• https://bishesh.github.io/publications/

Customize Details Pages

You can also customize details pages. To do that, simply create files named publicationlist_label_after_abstract.html or publicationlist_label_after_fulltext.html in your template directory (usually named templates). The contents in these files will be inserted into the details page of the paper with that BibTeX label. For example, for a paper with a BibTeX label a2015, you can create files publicationlist_a2015_after_abstract.html and/or publicationlist_a2015_after_fulltext.html to customize its details page.

Screenshot

Requirements:

• pybtex>=0.21 (Python package)

Issues? Questions?

You can report issues with this plugin and request help via GitHub Issues.