BiTeX is something I’ve learned as little about as possible doing just enough to “make it work right”. Glad to know about this for when I don’t know how to do that.
There are plenty of ways to do it and this article is one of the best.
It’s checklist is worth reviewing nearly every time you work directly with your BibTeX file.
Here is a copy of the checklist:
The collaboration features look really nice.
Reflecting upon the little model tonight, it occurs to be that although I took significant efforts to simplify the model down the the smallest thing possible, it was still too big. Not the model itself, but the question. It is a probably good question, “How do endometrial cells survive and reproduce outside of the uterus?”, but where does it lead? What does it reveal? I don’t know. Perhaps a better question is how to predict endometriosis without surgery.
Thank you Vigneswari, Dr. Corliss, Dr. Merrill, and the scientists already researching this disease.
Here is my poster as of midterm for the MSCS and Sigma Xi poster sessions.