reepicheep wrote:The one major problem with Scrivener for academic work is its lack of any true bibliography features. Sure there's a Preference for setting a Bibliography Manager but that is rather simplistic. One could compile the document to Word and then use a citation manager such as EndNote. One could compile the document down to LaTeX and then outside of Scrivener use the standard LaTeX workflow to use bibref. Equally one could use MMD and achieve much the same result as with LaTeX.
Hi there again
I've started to use Zotero for citations, where I make a footnote, and then paste the full note citation in. Is this a good way to do it? It gives me a bibliography at the end, along with numbers throughout the text.
I've seen things about using RTF/ODT scanning plugin for Zotero, but don't really understand why it's needed if I can do it the above way.