Re: Customizing Citeline

From: MacKenzie Smith <kenzie_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2012 10:21:11 -0700

Hi Ulrik,

The way for you to customize your bibliography is to use Exhibit
which is the open source software platform that underpins Citeline. If
you download your data file and the javascript that is currently
displaying it from Citeline, you can make whatever changes you want to
the javascript and run it on your own website.

We're actually going to decommission Citeline later this year since we
can no longer support it, so I encourage you to try out Exhibit and see
if that meets your need. The Exhibit user community (who you can ask
questions of via the google group) is very active and ready to help.

Thanks, and good luck with your project!


> Dear Citeline People:
> I'd like to use citeline to exhibit a bibliography of Explicit
> Mathematics. I'd really like to customize the display a little bit by
> adding annotations to be shown in a popup both in the list and the
> timeline view. I'd also like to add links to reviews at Math Reviews
> and Zentralblatt Math besides the [doi] and [link] elements. You can
> see my data on your site here:
> Since the fields from the my bibtex file are already stored on your
> site, I hope this will be a simple change to the javascript code. Is
> there a way for me to grab all the javascript, host it on my site, but
> still have the data stored on your site? Or is there a way for me to
> run a customized version of citeline wholly on my site? If so, where
> can I grab a distribution bundle of citeline?
> Yours sincerely,
> Ulrik Buchholtz
Received on Tue May 01 2012 - 13:20:17 EDT

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