On-the-fly processing of author list to render one (me) bold?

Hello,

For CVs it is quite useful to be able to provide a publication list with
one’s name boldened. Is it possible to create a *.csl that will do that?
Match the author list with hard-coded name and than make the corresponding
author name bold?

I’d appreciate any pointers you may be able to give.

Sincerely, Joh

CSL can’t do that, no. There is neither the possibility of matching to
arbitrary strings in CSL (in any place) nor an option to format
different authors differently.
I don’t really see this happening, either.
The way to go would probably be to post-process be in the webpage
(say, with some php) or in the word processor. Might be hard to do
with pandoc, though, if that’s what you want to use.

The Abbreviation Filter can be used for that, by setting boldface
markup for the target name in the Nickname list.

The Abbreviation Filter can be used for that, by setting boldface
markup for the target name in the Nickname list.

(Sorry, I should have said that the Abbreviation Filter can do that in
the Zotero environment - it’s not a feature of CSL, but a form of
post-processing, similar to what adamsmith describes.)

… which implies that in my pandoc (rmarkdown)-driven environment this is
not going to help, no?

Sincerely, Joh

Frank Bennett wrote:> On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 6:06 PM, Frank Bennett > <@Frank_Bennett> wrote:

The Abbreviation Filter can be used for that, by setting boldface
markup for the target name in the Nickname list.

(Sorry, I should have said that the Abbreviation Filter can do that in
the Zotero environment - it’s not a feature of CSL, but a form of
post-processing, similar to what adamsmith describes.)

On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 4:42 PM, Sebastian Karcher >> <@Sebastian_Karcher> wrote:

CSL can’t do that, no. There is neither the possibility of matching to
arbitrary strings in CSL (in any place) nor an option to format
different authors differently.
I don’t really see this happening, either.
The way to go would probably be to post-process be in the webpage
(say, with some php) or in the word processor. Might be hard to do
with pandoc, though, if that’s what you want to use.

On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 1:31 AM, Johannes Graumann >>> <@Johannes_Graumann> wrote:

Hello,

For CVs it is quite useful to be able to provide a publication list
with one’s name boldened. Is it possible to create a *.csl that will do
that? Match the author list with hard-coded name and than make the
corresponding author name bold?

I’d appreciate any pointers you may be able to give.

Sincerely, Joh



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… which implies that in my pandoc (rmarkdown)-driven environment this is
not going to help, no?

Sincerely, Joh

That’s right.

FWIW, I manually format my CV.