User talk:Ryszard.czerminski

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you name the section a note and than use the reflist, maybe you want to have a look at Wikipedia:Footnote3. Mion (talk) 14:54, 31 March 2008 (UTC)
but {{ref|<name>}} {{note|<name>}} does not work for me as illustrated below... ?

How to create an article with large number of references, many of them cited multiple times?

I looked through different citation styles used in Wikipedia, but none of them seems to be quite right for this purpose. The one which seems to come closest is {{ref|REFERENCE}}::{{note|REFERENCE}} style, but this has its own problems as well. Please take a look at included below stub for the article and in particular note that when "P.J.Goodford:1985" is cited second time in a rendered page it refers to [5], which does not exist in the list of references.

Inline citation style (<ref>...</ref>) is not well suited for this.

What would be the best way to accomplish this? Ideally something similar to BibTeX... Best regards and than you,

Ryszard, actually, I think <ref>...</ref> is the best method in this case. Please read WP:FN#Naming a ref tag so it can be used more than once and look at my changes below. Hoof Hearted (talk) 15:33, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks a lot! Few more questions:
  1. where can I find description of {{cite}} syntax?
  2. how does it handle multiple authors?
  3. are there any tools to convert .bib files (from BibTeX) to this syntax?
No problem.
  1. see {{cite}}. Personally, I prefer the more specific templates {{cite book}} and {{cite web}}.
  2. {{cite book}} has a field for multiple authors, "|coauthors= "
  3. I have no idea what .bib is or any tools to convert. You may want to post your question in the Technical Village Pump.
Happy editing! Hoof Hearted (talk) 20:00, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

From Technical Village Pump I have learned about Wikipedia:Tools#Importing (converting) content from other formats to Wikipedia (MediaWiki) format there are some pointers to converting tools - e.g., but none of them is really up to the task currently.

THE STUB illustrating the problem:

Automated de novo drug design attempts to provide solutions for rapid generation of drug-like molecules ideally with good binding affinity and pharmacological properties


Molecular de novo design have been an active research field since early 1990...

De Novo design[edit]

The most important components of any de novo design method are:

Structure generation[edit]

Structure scoring[edit]


Published and commercial applications[edit]

Year Method Description
1985 GRID [1][2] small probes interactions with the protein on the grid
1989 CAVEAT [3][1] bond-orientation-based database searching program



See also[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b Goodford, P.J. (1985). "A computational procedure for determining energetically favorable binding sites on biologically important macromolecules". 
  2. ^ Yang, Y. (2005). "Virtual Hydrocarbon and Combinatorial Databases for Use with CAVEAT". Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling. 
  3. ^ Bartlett, P.A. (1989). Molecular Recognition: Chemical and Biological Problems. Royal Society of Chemistry, London. 


  1. ^ P.J. Goodford "A computational procedure for determining energetically favorable binding sites on biologically important macromolecules" J. Med. Chem. 28(7), 849-857, 1985 (GRID paper) DOI:10.1021/jm00145a002 (GRID paper)
  2. ^ P.A. Bartlett and G.T. Shea and S.J. Telfer and S. Waterman "CAVEAT: A Program to Facilitate the Structure-Derived Design of Biologically Active Molecules", title = {Molecular Recognition: Chemical and Biological Problems}, publisher = {Royal Society of Chemistry, London}, year = 1989, volume = {}, pages = {182-196}, note = {Editor: S.M. Roberts}
  3. ^ Yang, Y.; Nesterenko D.V.; Trump R.P.; Yamaguchi K.; Bartlett P.A.; Drueckhammer D.G. "Virtual Hydrocarbon and Combinatorial Databases for Use with CAVEAT" Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, 2005, 45(6), 1820-1823