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Sun Oct 18, 2020 3:43 pm Post
MyersM wrote:(In practice, what I actually do is create one note and split it, since the pieces then inherit the bibliographical metadata.)
Can you describe that splitting workflow in more detail? The inheritance part is key.
Sun Oct 18, 2020 7:17 pm Post
Many of Scrivener’s tools, such as metadata, links, bookmarks and even project search and collections will become more powerful the more atomic a chunk of text is.
...if that essay is cut into a dozen smaller chunks of text, each pertaining specifically to one or two topics, then your project search efficiency goes through the roof.
Sun Oct 18, 2020 8:30 pm Post
MyersM wrote:In this workflow, is one "atomized" and annotated publication a single Scrivener Project, or could I store multiple such annotated publications in a Project? If my goal is to use keywords assigned to snippets derived from multiple related publications to generate a collection and perhaps an export, does it matter how the underlying publications are organized in the Binder hierarchy?
A keyword based on the citation – Author and Year – would not be sufficiently unique, but including some title words could be. I will have to experiment.
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