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Die letzten Beiträge des Themas

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Ansicht erweitern Die letzten Beiträge des Themas: [biber] characters of junk seen at toplevel

von MoonKid » Fr 26. Apr 2013, 14:56

Ich denke das ist eine Frage für das Zotero-Forum.

Meine Erfahrung: Es geht nicht. Der bibtex-Export in Z lässt sich nicht entscheident beeinflussen.

Und kann man was dazu tun?

von Paul » Fr 26. Apr 2013, 10:30

Ich habe das auch (nach BibTex export von Zotero). Wie kann man die Warnungen weck machen ohne die Komman manuell wech zu machen (enschuldigun mein Deutch...)

von u_fischer » Do 18. Apr 2013, 15:58

Die Kommas hinter den letzten schließenden Klammern sind der Junk: },

[biber] characters of junk seen at toplevel

von MoonKid » Do 18. Apr 2013, 15:52

WARN - BibTeX subsystem: /tmp/9LL54K56Rf/pl.bib_18369.utf8, line 11, warning: 1 characters of junk seen at toplevel
WARN - BibTeX subsystem: /tmp/9LL54K56Rf/pl.bib_18369.utf8, line 23, warning: 1 characters of junk seen at toplevel
WARN - BibTeX subsystem: /tmp/9LL54K56Rf/pl.bib_18369.utf8, line 45, warning: 1 characters of junk seen at toplevel
Was bedeutet diese Meldung? Ich kann an meinem Bib-File nichts ungewöhnliches erkennen.
@misc{pediatrics_2013,
    title = {Pediatrics {\textbar} Editorial Policies},
    url = {http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/site/misc/policies.xhtml},
    publisher = {American Academy of Pediatrics},
        language = {English},
        urldate = {2013-02-20},
        howpublished = {http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/site/misc/policies.xhtml},
        file = {Pediatrics | Editorial Policies:/home/user/.zotero/zotero/23atxv3f.default/zotero/storage/3IDF56JB/policies.html:text/html}
},

@book{polit_2004,
        edition = {1., Aufl.},
        title = {Lehrbuch Pflegeforschung: Methodik, Beurteilung und Anwendungen},
        isbn = {3456839375},
        shorttitle = {Lehrbuch Pflegeforschung},
        language = {german},
        publisher = {Huber, Bern},
        author = {Polit, Denise F. and Beck, Cheryl Tatano and Hungler, Bernadette P.},
        month = apr,
        year = {2004}
},

@article{cabana_2008,
        title = {Selective Provision of Asthma Self-Management Tools to Families},
        volume = {121},
        issn = {0031-4005, 1098-4275},
        url = {http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/121/4/e900},
        doi = {10.1542/peds.2007-1559},
        abstract = {{OBJECTIVE.} Providing asthma education in a primary care setting can be challenging because of time and resource constraints. The purpose of this work was to determine factors associated with the provision of different asthma self-management tools.
{METHODS.} We conducted a cross-sectional survey with 896 parents of children with asthma (age 2–12 years). We collected information regarding demographics and asthma care, including parent receipt of an asthma action plan, a symptom diary, and asthma information materials; whether an asthma management plan was sent to the child's school; and whether the physician reviewed written instructions on use of a metered-dose inhaler. We used multivariate logistic regression methods to determine factors associated with receipt of different asthma self-management tools controlling for demographic factors.
{RESULTS.} For families where parents only completed high school, there was greater likelihood of receipt of an asthma action plan and physician review of written instructions about how to use an inhaler. For families with a household income less than twice the poverty line, there was greater likelihood of receipt of an asthma action plan, the physician sending a letter to the child's school regarding the child's asthma, and receipt of an asthma symptom diary.
{CONCLUSIONS.} In our sample, primary care pediatricians do not routinely provide asthma education in accordance with National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute asthma guidelines and “triage” which families receive additional asthma education. We believe that the use of targeted asthma education is a symptom of the limited time and competing demands during a typical visit. As a result, those involved in quality improvement need to help physicians become more efficient and effective at providing asthma education within such time constraints or develop alternative systems of providing asthma education.},
        language = {en},
        number = {4},
        urldate = {2012-12-29},
        journal = {Pediatrics},
        author = {Cabana, Michael D. and Chaffin, D. Curt and Jarlsberg, Leah G. and Thyne, Shannon M. and Clark, Noreen M.},
        month = apr,
        year = {2008},
        keywords = {asthma action plan, asthma diary, physician guideline adherence, physician practice patterns},
        pages = {e900--e905},
        file = {Cabana2008_Exzerpt.pdf:/home/user/.zotero/zotero/23atxv3f.default/zotero/storage/UIATKM27/Cabana2008_Exzerpt.pdf:application/pdf;Cabana2008_org.pdf:/home/user/.zotero/zotero/23atxv3f.default/zotero/storage/Q4IXA8HQ/Cabana2008_org.pdf:application/pdf}
},

@article{trollvik_2011,
        title = {Children's Experiences of Living With Asthma: Fear of Exacerbations and Being Ostracized},
        volume = {26},
        issn = {0882-5963},
        shorttitle = {Children's Experiences of Living With Asthma},
        url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0882596310001569},
        doi = {10.1016/j.pedn.2010.05.003},
        abstract = {The aim of the study was to explore children's experiences of asthma to tailor a learning program based on their perspectives. Fifteen children (7–10 years) were interviewed, and they narrated the meaning behind their drawings; a phenomenological hermeneutical approach was used in the analysis. The findings are described in two themes with five subthemes: fear of exacerbation (bodily sensations, frightening experiences, and loss of control) and fear of being ostracized (experiences of being excluded and dilemma of keeping the asthma secret or being open about it). Drawings are a good tool for initiating a dialogue with children.},
        number = {4},
        urldate = {2013-02-05},
        journal = {Journal of Pediatric Nursing},
        author = {Trollvik, Anne and Nordbach, Reidun and Silén, Charlotte and Ringsberg, Karin C.},
        month = aug,
        year = {2011},
        keywords = {asthma, Child health, Drawings, Health promotion, Qualitative research},
        pages = {295--303},
        file = {ScienceDirect Full Text PDF:/home/user/.zotero/zotero/23atxv3f.default/zotero/storage/7TMR333X/Trollvik et al. - 2011 - Children's Experiences of Living With Asthma Fear.pdf:application/pdf;ScienceDirect Snapshot:/home/user/.zotero/zotero/23atxv3f.default/zotero/storage/F4KCMEP8/S0882596310001569.html:text/html}
}

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