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On this page you can define commonly used notes for RefNotes plugin. Every note is defined as collection of data fields. There are number of ways to organize the note definitions:

  • Group a number of notes into single data table (sheet). The first row of the table is used to specify which field the corresponding column contains.
  • Use separate table for each note (card). The table should have two columns where the first column is used to specify the field names.
  • Define notes using BibTeX syntax. BibTeX entries have to be wrapped into a <code> section. The key of BibTeX entry serves as name of the note. The namespace can be either specified as part of the key or in a separate comment (see example below) for all entries that follow.
  • Store one note per page as Data plugin entry. This way the notes are stored in a database, which allows to make queries against the bibliography data, for example, see all books of a certain author. Unfortunately Data plugin allows only one dataentry section per page.

For sheets and cards plugin does not make a distinction between normal table cells and header cells. The field name cells are identified only based on their content. The names are case insensitive and can also be specified using locale-specific labels. BibTeX and dataentry sections support only field names. The full list of field names is provided in reference database documentation.

Note sheet example

Note name Note text
:ref:sample1 A sample reference.
:ref:sample2 A sample reference with some formatting.
:ref:sample3 A sample reference with a link.

Note card example

Note name :ref:knuth-aop-2
Author Donald Knuth
Title The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 2: Seminumerical Algorithms
Edition Third Edition
Published 1997
Publisher Addison-Wesley
Pages xiv + 762 pp.
ISBN 0-201-89684-2
URL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Art_of_Computer_Programming
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