Benutzer:Atlasowa/ref citation tools

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Belege (= ref) angeben (traditionelle Technik, in bengalischer Sprache)
(1) "Bearbeiten" anklicken
(2) Maus/Cursor an die passende Textstelle setzen und auf das Buch icon "Quellenangabe" klicken
(3) Im Fenster den Weblink + "Text des Einzelnachweises" eingeben/kopieren und "Einfügen" anklicken
(4) Einzelnachweis erscheint mit "ref" Code im Wikitext
(5) "Einzelnachweise" Abschnitt mit "ref"-Code einfügen (seit 2014 funktioniert die Anzeige der refs auch ohne diese Extra-Eingabe!)
(6) In der "Vorschau" den geänderten Artikeltext überprüfen, "speichern", fertig.

isbn2wiki (wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

  • You can enter an ISBN or call this script directly with '?isbn=...'
  • This script currently searches the following databases : Google books, DDB, Amazon, Biblio, Campusi, Library of Congress, WorldCat (deactivated : BOL, Buchkatalog, Froogle, ISBNDB) (website)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

OttoBib - Make a bibliography or works cited with just an ISBN. PMID URL Reference-Konverter (website)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]


reftag (website)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

source-templates-generator (website)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Wikicite[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

WikiCite ScreenShot

Wikicite is a program for Microsoft Windows that helps people to properly add inline references to Wikipedia articles. Wikicite was written by David Moss in Visual Basic .NET during 2006. It is open source, free software.

Wikicitator/wikiciter[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Wikicitator, website
Wikicitator, gadget

Cite4Wiki (Firefox add-on)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Cite4Wiki menu screenshot
Cite4Wiki window screenshot

Cite4Wiki is a free and open source Firefox add-on. It is a contextual menu ("right-click") citation generating tool for Wikipedia. It generates refs from opened websites (URL).

Wikipedia-References-Creator (Firefox add-on)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Wikipedia-References-Creator AddOn creates wikipedia references from websites by right click with mouse. It includes an automatic detection of Google-Books, Amazon, and each other website (as simple ref or web template reference). The result is automatic copied to the clipboard. Additionally an selected Digital Object Identifier (DOI) or PubMed ID could directly translated in an wikipedia reference by jump to a special website which knows all of DOI and PubMed ID with title, author, ... and provides a valid wikipedia reference.

WPcite (Firefox add-on)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

WP:CITE is a Firefox add-on that automatically generates footnote referencing citations for Wikipedia When the user right clicks and selects the WP:CITE menu option, a small window opens, populated with Wikicode that references the current web page, including: URL, Title, Publisher, and Accessdate. (by Jonathan Hochman, Diego Cadogan)

Zotero (Firefox add-on)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Zotero to wikipedia
Zotero dragndrop
video: Zotero demo for wikipedia

ProveIt (wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

ProveIt maximized screenshot

Chrome wikipedia citation (Chrome Extension)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Chrome citation extension automatically creates a wikipedia reference by creen-scraping from the most commonly referenced websites, saving you the hassle of hacking it yourself.

Bazzargh/citemark (bookmarklet)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

This citemark script is a Bookmarklet that extracts useful metadata from most webpages. Unlike more sophisticated tools like Zotero, it doesn't try to make data fit the citation template; it blindly dumps out a useful set of metadata in citation format, leaving you to edit the results. I find that it's easier to remove data that I've extracted by mistake rather than have to type in data that other tools failed to extract.

V111P/WebRef (bookmarklet)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

A text box with the Cite Web template is displayed on top of the page after activating the bookmarklet.

WebRef is a script automating the filling of the template:cite web. You run the script as a bookmarklet on the webpage you want to cite. A form will be displayed on top of that page with a text box containing the prefilled cite template. Not all the information can be autofilled on all sites, however it's easy to just drag or copy and paste the information from the page when the form with the cite template in on the same page. For some sites for the script to be able to fill all the information (including the name of the author and the date of the article) you have to configure the script to let it know where to find that information - to do that, press the Site setup button and follow the instructions.

Ark25/RefScript (bookmarklet)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

This Ark25/RefScript is a JavaScript bookmarklet, very useful if you want to create citations (references) with a single click. If the script doesn't know a specific website, it will capture at least the title of the article and the name of the website. For the moment, the script can only handle a few sites (BBC, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, The Daily Telegraph, Huffington Post, Huffington Post Canada, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Times of India, Financial Times, The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Ars Technica, TG Daily), but the good part is that everyone can teach the script how to handle a new website. If for example you are using a lot The New York Times for citations, you can teach the script how to find the key elements (title, author, date) into that newspaper's online articles and then you can save a lot of time by creating citations with a single click. I am not using often English newspapers for the citations I create, but I developed the script to handle about 30-40 most important Romanian newspapers and that's helping me a lot.

SnipManager[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]


SnipManager is a script which adds a toolbar to the top of the edit box for holding complex signatures, templates, or other pieces of text. Auto-generates reference names with author's last name and year.

  • Pro Good integration into WP via user script
  • Kontra No autocomplete functionality? except auto-generated reference names.
  •  Info:

MakeRef (tools.wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

"MakeRef" form (old toolserver version)

MakeRef is a tool to assist in the generation of reference tags. It was written by Magnus Manske and runs on the Tool Labs server. It can be configured through subpages of its meta page. Reference Generator: Depending on type of source, requires at least some part of citation, or a URL link, or some form of reference ID number.

Symbol support vote.svg Can be improved by editors via editing at meta!
Symbol oppose vote.svg No integration into WP via user script, gadget?

Templator Vorlagen-Generator (tools.wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Templator Vorlagen-Generator is a tool run by Magnus Manske on WMF Labs. It provides an easier way to find relevant templates and enter the appropriate data.

Diberri/Template filler (tools.wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Screenshot of the Greasemonkey user script in action.

Holek/cite-gen (toolserver)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]


Universal Reference Formatter (toolserver)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Universal Reference Formatter results

Verisimilus's Cite generation or Universal Reference Formatter tool lets you find articles using built-in Google Scholar interface and automatically produce an appropriate cite template. It also features a BibTeX to cite converter.

Citation bot[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

You can type or paste in only the ISBN, DOI, PMID, or the Google Books URL, and let the Citation bot do the rest. The only requirement is to use templates for citations: {{Cite book}}, {{Cite journal}} and others. These templates are generally placed within <ref> tags. Just type {{cite doi|10.####/whatever}} or {{cite pmid|12615090}}, , save the page, and set the bot on it – then the bot will fill in all the details you missed! For example the title, journal, page numbers, digital object identifiers, etc.

  • Nov 2015: running again after the https change, updated it, and fixed some outstanding bugs, including handling multiple author names.

RefToolbar[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

RefToolbar: Cite web
RefToolbar Video Anleitung

RefToolbar refers to a series of JavaScript/jQuery scripts that help editors add citation templates to articles. It works in conjunction with the MediaWiki extension WikiEditor. The newest version, RefToolbar 2.0 is turned on by default for new users. Originally an opt-in Wikipedia Gadget, Reftoolbar was moved to a site-wide script on February 25, 2011, and to an opt-out gadget on April 2014.

  • toollabs:reftoolbar/lookup.php Provides the autofill capability used to auto-complete forms based on ISBN, DOI, and PMID values. (source code)
  • Pro Per Standard gadget Integration in WP, für user/ IPs
  • Kontra Hinweis, dass dieses Tool heimlich Kontakt zu einer externen Website außerhalb der WMF aufnimmt, dadurch die Möglichkeit hat, die Zuordnung von der IP zum Benutzernamen festzustellen sowie die E-Mail-Adresse des Anwenders und seine Beobachtungsliste auszulesen[5]

Yadkard (tools.wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Yadkard tool can be used to create shortened footnote/named reference for a given: Google Books URL, DOI (Any Digital object Identifier) or ISBN (International Standard Book Number). Additionaly, URL of many major news websites are supported. That includes: The New York Times, BBC, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, The Daily Telegraph, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times, and The Guardian.

Dispenser/Reflinks (toolserver)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

A screenshot displaying the Reflinks link at the bottom of the toolbox.

reFill by Zhaofeng Li (tools.wmflabs)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]


<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Example Domain|publisher=}}</ref>

reFill converts bare references (red) into complete ones (green)

mw.loader.load( "" );

Zhaofeng_Li/CiteGen (browser addon)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

CiteGen on Chrome

Mvolz/veCiteFromURL[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

veCiteFromURL is a VisualEditor dialog that will insert a citation given a URL. It will display in "cite" drop down list as "Cite from URL."

To use, insert this code into Special:MyPage/common.js: mw.loader.load('//');

Salix_alba/Citoid[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

The user interface: Citoid client (ex. [1])

Salix_alba/Citoid is a client for the mw:citoid service, used to generate citation templates from a URL. Its heavily based on en:User:Mvolz/veCiteFromURL. Its very much a quick hack and comes with no warrantees. It will create a toolbox link 'citoid' clicking on that brings up a dialog where you can input a url and get a filled in citation template.

To use, insert this code into Special:MyPage/common.js: mw.loader.load('//');

citoidWikitext (PerfektesChaos)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]



VisualEditor/Reference Dialog / Citoid[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

VisualEditor - demonstration of auto-cite creation, flat
Auto-citing a source using VisualEditor, small.gif

Wikidata sourcing tool development[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Primary sources tool mockup
Sourcerer screenshot

CitationHunt (gamification)[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

CitationHunt screenshot

Librarybase[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Citing as a public service: presentation by User:DarTar at the 2015 Wikipedia Science Conference pitching Wikidata as an open bibliographic and citation data repository.

BILBO : Automatic reference labeling[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

  • BILBO : Automatic reference labeling: "BILBO is an open source software for automatic annotation of bibliographic reference. It provides the segmentation and tagging of input string. It is principally based on Conditional Random Fields (CRFs), machine learning technique to segment and label sequence data. As external softwares, Wapiti is used for CRF learning and inference and SVMlight is used for sequence classification."
  • BILBO is released under the terms of the GPL version 2.

See also[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

  • ((citation needed)): Filling in Wikipedia’s Citation Shaped Holes Kris Jack, Pablo López-García, Maya Hristakeva, and Roman Kern, In Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval, ECIR. Amsterdam 2014. (data via the #Mendeley corpus)
  • intelwiki [6] [7]? "This thesis investigates whether an intelligent system that automatically generates resource recommendations could make the process of editing Wikipedia articles easier. This investigation involves the following research questions: 1) How should a system generate resource recommendations? 2) In what way should a system present the recommended resource materials to the user? 3) Does having streamlined access to recommended resource materials make it easier for users to edit Wikipedia articles?" [8]
  • meta:Grants:IEG/find sources 2.0 by hanteng (more integrated approach that provides human collaboration and contextual knowledge on sources, online and offline, beyond just English language, is needed beyond the current sporadic use of template en:template:Find sources.)