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should a BIBLIOGRAPHY keyword supercede org-cite-global-bibliography?

From: CHARPENTIER Emmanuel
Subject: should a BIBLIOGRAPHY keyword supercede org-cite-global-bibliography?
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 17:29:57 +0000

> It seems like that should not be the case, i.e. if you define
> BIBLIOGRAPHY keywords it means you do not want to use the ones in 
> org-cite-global-bibliography. Is there a scenario where the union of 
> those makes sense?

Yes indeed: you may have
  - A library for background issues (e. g. methodology)
  - A (or several) subject matter-specific library (e. g. a 
    subdiscipline, a method, etc...)
  - A library specific to the question you are discussing (e. g. 
    results of a bibliographic search specific to your question).

The first one is a perfect target for org-cite-global-bibliography. The
last one is of course a target for #+BIBLIOGRAPHY ; I'd tend to let the
subject matter library as a file-specific #+BIBLIOGRAPHY (my subject
matters tend to vary...), but this depends on your field.

You may also think of this typology as books, reviews and research
papers respectively...


Emmanuel Charpentier

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