Citations of documents:
Papis has support for downloading and exploring citations that documents reference, and also cited-by type references.
If your document has a
doi associated and you use the updater from
doi, or you added information from the
doi when you added the
document, then chances are that the
info.yaml file has a
key within it.
In this case, papis can actually get metadata from these dois and
store it in a
citations.yaml file, for references that the document
has within it.
You can generate this file either from the web application or
papis citations command. Refer to their respective
documentations in order to know more about it.
As of version
v0.13, it is also possible to generate a
cited-by.yaml file with the information of other papers that cite
your document. This is done by scanning your papis library for
documents that cite said document. You can also generate this
file from the web application or from the
papis citations command.
The citation files try to include always first information already existing in the library. This is, before doing any online query, papis tries to find the relevant information in your library.
Notice that papis copies most of the metadata to the
cited-by.yaml files. Even though this might seem quite heavy on
disk space, as a rule of thumb all the
citation.yaml files of a
library with 2k papers containing physics papers will amount to only