season/issue in chicago-fullnote-bibliography?

While I used biblatex in my last book, for my next book I’m using
pandoc+csl . I plan on using chicago-fullnote-bibliography.csl as that
seems the most extensive Chicago system.

First, is there a way to not get the bibliography? (The notes are
sufficient.)

Second, I’ve always placed the issue in the biblatex issue variable.
This appears to be the season variable in CSL? It appears to be
ignored in chicago-fullnote-bibliography…?

Also, are the values it accepts only of the {1…4} or ‘season-{1…4}’?
What about the names of special issues, or issues like ‘Fall/Winter’?

Thanks for any help!

I think you’ll have better luck on the pandoc forums with these rather
implementation-specific questions, but let me try to help out a
little.

First, is there a way to not get the bibliography? (The notes are
sufficient.)

With Zotero and its word processor plugins, you always have to
explicitly add the bibliography to the document (the CSL specification
also doesn’t require the bibliography to be rendered). Doesn’t pandoc
rely on a biblatex command to place the bibliography, or at least
provide an option to suppress it?

Second, I’ve always placed the issue in the biblatex issue variable.
This appears to be the season variable in CSL? It appears to be
ignored in chicago-fullnote-bibliography…?

Also, are the values it accepts only of the {1…4} or ‘season-{1…4}’?
What about the names of special issues, or issues like ‘Fall/Winter’?

That doesn’t seem right. Nick Bart on the pandoc forums did a lot of
work mapping biblatex to CSL, so he might know. See this discussion
which touches on the season/issue mapping:
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/pandoc-discuss/-SajbqoPX8k/RyEQAqEUHPsJ

Rintze

First, is there a way to not get the bibliography?
not in the native CSL style - we assume that implementations allow
users to insert a bibliography or not. But It’s trivial to remove in
the CSL style, of course, simply by deleting everthing between
and

Second, I’ve always placed the issue in the biblatex issue variable. This appears to be the season variable in CSL?
Not sure about biblatex right now, but why wouldn’t that just be
"issue" in CSL? “season” isn’t actually a variable in CSL, it’s a
date-part (which is why it has to be, well, a season).
Special issue handling in CSL is a bit iffy, there may not currently
be a great solution: https://github.com/ajlyon/zotero-bits/issues/36

This is what I though until I noted my bibliographies (via
chicago-fullnote-bibliography.csl) had bugs like “no. Winter.” Since
seasons itself seems to take {1…4} I was (and am) confused as to how it
knew whether one was giving an issue-number or issue-season…?

I’d input that not as an issue but as a date, that’s how the citation
style is written. Beyond that, Rintze is right, this better at pandoc
as it really is implementation specific. CSL doesn’t “take” anything.
Various citeprocs take different data. CSL is just a set of rules.

So an entry in YAML should look like below?

  • id: BrynjolfssonRenshawvanAlstyne1997mc
    type: article-journal
    author:
    family: "Brynjolfsson"
    given:
    • "Erik"
      family: "Renshaw"
      given:
    • “Amy”
    • "Austin"
      family: "Alstyne"
      given:
    • "Marshall"
      non-dropping-particle: "van"
      issued:
      year: 1997
      season: 4
      container-title: "Sloan Management Review"
      number: "2"
      title: "The matrix of change"
      URL: "http://ccs.mit.edu/papers/CCSWP189/CCSWP189.html"
      volume: “38”

http://gsl-nagoya-u.net/http/pub/citeproc-doc.html has an example of
the use of “season” in citeproc-js JSON (which has become rather the
de facto standard input format for most CSL processors).

Rintze

if the YAML is supposed to correspond to citeproc-JSON or CSL, it
should be issue: “2” instead of number: “2” - the label “number” for
an issue number is only used in BibLaTeX, never in CSL. Otherwise,
yes.

Ah, okay. And in the CSL vernacular, what would be the labels for “8(8):
e69841”? “volume(number): ?”

Kross E, Verduyn P, Demiralp E, Park J, Lee DS, et al. (2013) Facebook
Use Predicts Declines in Subjective Well-Being in Young Adults. PLoS ONE
8(8): e69841. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069841

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.006984

volume(issue): page