This is a curated list of some of the most useful third-party software that extends pandoc’s capabilities. For a more complete list, see the Pandoc Extras wiki page.
Charts and data
- zotxt is Zotero extension for working with pandoc
Numbering and cross-references
Academic publishing workflows
- Quarto is an open-source scientific and technical publishing system to make reproducible, production quality articles, presentations, websites, blogs, and books. It supports equations, citations, crossrefs, figure panels, callouts, advanced layout, etc.
- Manubot is a workflow and set of tools for the next generation of scholarly publishing, including citation support and support for multiple output formats. It’s especially suited for papers with a very large set of authors.
- pandoc-ext includes goodies such as putting the Abstract into a section, multiple bibliographies, support the Citation Typing Ontology (CiTO), etc.
Scholar is a set of utilities to make publishing of scientific
articles as simple and pleasant as possible. It simplifies setting
authors’ metadata in YAML blocks, allows to add semantic
annotation to citations, and only requires the programs
make. Please note that it is no longer maintained and refers to
(For a fuller list, see the lua-filters repository.)