This function creates bibliographic information by reading the Metadata and
text of PDFs stored in a user specified directory using Poppler
(https://poppler.freedesktop.org/). IF requested, the function
first searches for DOIs and downloads
BibTeX entries from
ReadCrossRef if DOIs are found. If this is not requested or
a DOI is not found for an entry, an attempt is made to build a BibTeX
entry from the metadata and text.
character; path to directory containing pdfs or filename of
character; text encoding to use for reading pdf and creating
BibEntry object. Available encodings for Poppler can be found using
logical; same as
logical; should an attempt be made to download bibliographic information from CrossRef if any Document Object Identifiers (DOIs) are found?
logical; should the PDF metadata also be used to help create entries?
logical; should progress bar be generated when fetching from CrossRef?
This function requires that the
pdfinfo utility from Poppler PDF
https://poppler.freedesktop.org/ be installed.
This function will create only
The absolute path to each file will be stored in the bib entry in a field
called ‘file’, which is recognized by
BibLaTeX (though not printed by
any standard style) and can be used by the
open.BibEntry function to open the PDF in the default viewer.
If the keywords metadata field is available, it will be added to the bib entry
in a field ‘keywords’, which is recognized by
An object of class BibEntry.
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