Tired of editing bibtex files with a half-thousand lines?
I suggest you use a bibtex manager: such as JabRef.
A feature list includes:
- Advanced BibTeX editor
- Detailed editing of BibTeX entries.
- Search functions
- Search a pattern in the whole bibliography.
- Classification of entries
- You can group entries explicitly, by keywords or any other fields.
- Import of various formats
- BibTeXML, CSA, Refer/Endnote, ISI Web of Science, SilverPlatter, Medline/Pubmed (xml), Scifinder, OVID, INSPEC, Biblioscape, Sixpack, JStor and RIS.
- Customization of BibTeX fields
- You can add your own fields to any BibTeX entry type.
- Integrates to your environment
- Launch external applications: PDF/PS viewers, web browser, insert citations into LyX, Kile, LatexEDitor, Emacs, Vim and WinEdt… (I think no support for LEd, but have to search more)
- Automatic Key generation (nice one…)
- Search Medline, Citeseer, IEEEXplore and arXiv