@COMMENTblock in the
.bib-file and are shared among all users. (Future versions of JabRef might support user-dependent groups.)
keywordsfield contains the keyword you specified).
author=smithas a search expression (replace
smithwith a name that actually occurs in your database) and click OK. Finally select the group to see its content (which should be all entries whose
authorfield contains the name you specified).
keywords) contains a certain keyword (e.g.
electrical). This method does not require manual assignment of entries, but uses information that is already present in the database. If all entries in your database have suitable keywords in their
keywordsfield, using this type of group might be the best choice.
NOT) and allows to specify one or more BibTeX fields to search, facilitating more flexible group definitions than a keyword search (e.g.
author=smith and title=electrical).
keywords) contains a specified search term (e.g.
electrical). Obviously, for this to work, the grouping field must be present in every entry, and its content must be accurate. The above example would group all entries referring to something electrical. Using the field
authorallows to group entries by a certain author, etc. The search can either be done as a plain-text or a regular expression search. In the former case, JabRef allows to manually assign/remove entries to/from the group by simply appending/removing the search term to/from the content of the grouping field. This makes sense only for the
keywordsfield or for self-defined fields, but obviously not for fields like
NOT) and allows to search multiple BibTeX fields. For example, the search expression
keywords=regression and not keywords=lineargroups entries concerned with non-linear regression.
distributionand a subgroup containing entries with the keyword
gaussthat refines this supergroup. Selecting the subgroup now displays entries that match both conditions, i.e. are concerned with Gaussian distributions. Note that items that only belong to the subgroup
gausswill not be shown, i.e. for an item to be displayed when selecting
gaussit is necessary to be assigned to both the subgroup
gaussand the supergroup
distribution. By adding another refining subgroup for
laplaceto the original supergroup, the grouping can easily be extended. In the groups tree, refining groups have a special icon (this can be turned off in the preferences).
Extremely Importantto which you assign all extremely important entries, you can view the extremely important entries in any other group by selecting both groups (this requires to have Intersection selected in the settings).
To Readthat contains all entries which you plan to read. Now, whenever you select any group, the group
To Readis highlighted if the selected group contains entries that you plan to read.
keywordsfield, you should have a basic set of groups at no cost.
laplace distributionto be recognized as a single semantic unit. (You cannot use this option to remove complete words. Instead, delete the unwanted groups manually after they were created automatically.)