I found only one relevant blog post about PDFs produced by scientific publishers.
Although PDFs are the main formal output nowadays (no more “papers”) there is basically no standardization which meta data should be included in scientifc PDFs. It’s largely due to the software in the production office what’s in the PDF document — a largely underused resource.
This is at least my experience when working on an image duplication pipeline in scientific papers. But test it yourself ….
The publishing industry complains about Sci-Hub, the Kzakhstan website that provides free PDF access by pulling them through some .edu proxies. This is not new while the publishing industry’ protest is getting louder and louder: Sci-Hub and Elsevier: like David and Goliath? weiterlesen
So far, spotlight indexing of Papers’ keywords is not possible (while being planned for a future release according to an email that I received today from one author). In the meantime, here is a workaround.
1. Export the whole Papers database as tmp.csv
Spotlight indexing of Papers keywords weiterlesen