I've been writing articles with Google Docs and Zotero. Recently, I tried Org-mode with Org-ref package, but the output was not so good.
- The citation is verbose without any rule. I expected it will be concisely expressed in numbers, etc., following some rule or style of a certain scientific journals, but it was not.
- The bibliography is not numbered. It is difficult to find out which part of the text the reference is cited.
I don't use LaTex. What I want is only HTML output following some style of a specific scientific journal.
Question: Can my problems be fixed by some advanced configuration of Org-ref? If possible, how can it be fixed?
My "~/.emacs" configuration (Windows 10 pro 64bits)
(use-package org-ref :after org :init (setq reftex-default-bibliography '("C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/news.bib")) (setq org-ref-bibliography-notes "C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/notes.org" org-ref-default-bibliography '("C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/news.bib") org-ref-pdf-directory "C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/pdf/") (setq helm-bibtex-bibliography "C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/news.bib") (setq helm-bibtex-library-path "C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/pdf/") (setq helm-bibtex-pdf-open-function (lambda (fpath) (start-process "open" "*open*" "open" fpath))) (setq helm-bibtex-notes-path "C:/Users/k/Documents/emacs_practice/notes.org") :config (key-chord-define-global "uu" 'org-ref-cite-hydra/body) ;; variables that control bibtex key format for auto-generation ;; I want firstauthor-year-title-words ;; this usually makes a legitimate filename to store pdfs under. (setq bibtex-autokey-year-length 4 bibtex-autokey-name-year-separator "-" bibtex-autokey-year-title-separator "-" bibtex-autokey-titleword-separator "-" bibtex-autokey-titlewords 2 bibtex-autokey-titlewords-stretch 1 bibtex-autokey-titleword-length 5))