On 25/06/2012, Fabian Rodriguez <email@example.com> wrote:
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I have a database of ~3000 entries that I would like to export to Zotero.
Is this an OO bibliography?
What would be the recommended way of doing this? I can't seem to find
such information in Zotero forums. I thought I'd ask here as I know my
way around LibreOffice better than Zotero.
Have you tried jabref, to import from OO to jabref and then export
from jabref to zotero?
This seems like a similar problem although it describes importing from
the bibliography *text*, not the OOo/LibO database:
At ~3000 entries, it's impractical to create a new document with *all*
entries, not to mention (most possible) data missing when reimporting that.
A friend mentioned using RDF as an intermediary format, or .bib, but
again I would have to have a document with all my references (this
doesn't import all refs from the database AFAIK):
You should re-consider using LO; LaTeX is _far_ superior.
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