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Possible approaches


CiteProc is a common approach. A beneficial aspect of using CiteProc is that you can use any of thousands of citation styles:

A bunch of open source projects already use CSL/CiteProc:

There is a JS library, but no Perl library (yet):

Here is some information about how LBCC uses CiteProc in its discovery layer:


Eprints displays citations prominently, and is also written in Perl. It might be worthwhile to learn more about Eprints does citations.

Here's an example of the Eprints interface including citations:

In fact, the browse and search interfaces use citations as the search result display:

Nice examples

student_success_working_group/citation_generation.txt · Last modified: 2022/02/10 13:34 by

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