Figuring out org-roam-bibtex

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So I'm reading academic papers more of late, and storing them in Zotero.

However I'm taking notes on them (and books, online articles, etc) in org-roam.

I think Org Roam BibTeX can gain me something here. But I've never quite got my head around what it actually does and if I need it. I'll try and get to the bottom of it.

1. [2022-12-11 Sun]

OK, so first foray in to this.

I have a bibtex file exported from Zotero (with Better Bibtex).

I set org-cite-global-bibliography to point to that .bib file.

I insert with org-cite-insert.

I get a little cite link that when clicked pulls up the details of the citation in the bib file.

So I think probably what org-roam-bibtex will add to the mix is that I will be able to cite my notes files on a particular resource. And still have it exported as citations of the referenced resource, when exporting the file that has the citations in it.

2. Resources

3. Elsewhere

3.1. In my garden

Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).

3.3. Mentions

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