Bibliography Management in R Markdown with CiteDrive and RStudio

CiteDrive + RStudio

Guide: Project preparation and connecting both Apps

Step 1: Create a new Project at CiteDrive

Step 2: Adding a reference

Google Scholar with the search term R Markdown.
Google Scholar with the first result under the search term R Markdown.
Adding References from Google Scholar with CiteDrive — via YouTube
CiteDrive project view

Step 3: Create a new R Markdown template at RStudio

File >New File > R Markdown.

Creating a new R Markdown project in RStudio
R Markdown settings for a new document

Step 4: Synchronize your references

Export your references to RMarkdown from your CiteDrive project.

Workarorand when using {rticles}

Workarorand when using {rticles} with download.fil(“url”,file)

Additional Information

1. About R Markdown and the Citation engine

2. Bibliography

---bibliography: bibliography.bib
csl: american-chemical-society.csl
---

3. BibTeX and CitationKeys

@book{REFERENZ_ID,
title = "Title of the book",
author = "Gareth Doe and Josh Doe",
year = "1988"
...
}

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. [@CITATIONKEY]

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. [@CITATIONKEY1, @CITATIONKEY2]

4. Changing styles

---...
csl: american-chemical-society.csl
...
---
---...
csl: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/citation-style-language/styles/master/american-chemical-society.csl
...
---

5. Other CiteDriveIntegrations

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