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nlp-private:instructions-for-using-the-bibliography-template [2015/04/22 20:46] (current)
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 +Templates are invoked in mediawiki using <​nowiki>​{{<​name of template>​}}</​nowiki>​. Parameters are named and are separated using the pipe character (|) like so: <​nowiki>"​|<​parameter_name>​=<​parameter>"</​nowiki>​. Note that usually a pipe immediately follows the template name and each parameter will start on a newline (the pipe comes first). The template we are using is called "​Bibliography Entry" and the parameters specific to the bibiliography page are:
 +* papername: the title of the "​pdf"​ as specified when uploaded
 +* annotations:​ the text you want to include (you can use wiki markup)
 +* bibtexentry:​ the bibliography entry
 +
 +For example:
 +<pre>
 +{{Bibliography Entry|
 +
 +|papername=Non-existent paper
 +
 +|annotations=
 +*Here is some sample annotation
 +*<​math>​f(x)=x^2</​math>​
 +
 +|bibtexentry=
 +@inproceedings={my proceedings,​
 +   ​title="​Yet another title",​
 +   ​author="​Me"​
 +}
 +
 +}}
 +</​pre>​
 +
 +which would look like this:
 +
 +{{Bibliography Entry|
 +
 +|papername=Non-existent paper
 +
 +|annotations=
 +*Here is some sample annotation
 +*<​math>​f(x)=x^2</​math>​
 +
 +|bibtexentry=
 +@inproceedings={my proceedings,​
 +   ​title="​Yet another title",​
 +   ​author="​Me"​
 +}
 +
 +}}
 +
 +For a working example see [[Classifier Combination for Improved Lexical Disambiguation]].
  
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