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[EP-tech] Re: EPrints Bibtex output and ORCID

I¹m pretty sure that it¹s the Bibtex that¹s the problem. Actually that
example you gave is very helpful - I¹ll take a look at the example Bibtex
file that I¹ve got and see if I can see any glaring issues.

Yuri, in principle the Jabref app seems like it should work fine however
it¹s causing me issues on my Macbook - I¹m going to try and get it running
on a Windows machine. Thanks for the links, though.

On 13/05/2015 10:26, "Ian Stuart" <Ian.Stuart@ed.ac.uk> wrote:

>On 13/05/15 09:34, Andrew Beeken wrote:
>> Hello all! We¹re currently having a big push on ORCID signup at
>> Lincoln and have been getting some very positive movement from our
>> academics. However, we are having some issues with getting EPrints
>> records into ORCID ­ every now and then we will get a Bibtex file
>> that runs into problems when uploading to ORCID. The specific error
>> is that there is a problem with the Bibtex structure, rendering it
>> unreadable. Has anyone else encountered this? I¹m wondering if the
>> records have some unescaped characters in them that are causing the
>> Bibtex to break, however I¹m unsure of how to go about testing the
>> syntax of a Bibtex file. Any pointers would be most helpful!
>My first thought would be "are you sure its the ORCID that's the problem?
>BibTek is based on LaTeX, and LaTeX is a 7-bit ASCII construct with
>encodings: (José Joaquín Mira => Jos{\'e} Joaqu{\'i}n Mira)
>Could this be the basis of your problem?
>Ian Stuart.
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