You might be using the Bib2HTML plugin and CiteULike to present your publications on your wordpress blog. Playing around a bit with both tools today, I found a way to present only a selection of your entire CiteULike bibliography which I have not seen documented elsewhere.
- The following code snippet will present your entire bibliography
- You can use the following snippet to select only your own work
- And you can use use tags to present only a selection of articles appropriate to a single blog entry
[bibtex file=http://www.citeulike.org/bibtex/user/greger/tag/20110817?fieldmap=posted-at:posted-date&clean_urls=0]example. In this case, I used the tag “20110817” to indicate articles which I referred to in a blog post on that date.
A better way for your own pubs is http://www.citeulike.org/bibtex/user/greger/publi… assuming you have flagged your own articles properly. Your way is not too reliable if one's name is John Smith 🙂
Thanks for the speedy feedback! I will indeed try your method. I guess I am lucky that my name isn't John Smith…
I had some problems with the URL you provided until I realized that there was an extra \”,\” at the end of it. Instead of
http://www.citeulike.org/bibtex/user/greger/publications?fieldmap=posted-at:posted-date&clean_urls=0,it should be