I'm using LyX 220.127.116.11 on Windows 7 (MiKTeX 2.9.4813).
Since my thesis covers a very specific topic (QM of Retinal's Photoisomerization) I have to divide my Bibliography in two sections:
- Essential Bibliography
- Further Reading
First I looked up the package
biblatex, which I found very useful for this purpose, the only bad thing is that I have to use only LyX (I even searched http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex but the procedure described is too tricky).
After consulting the "Additional LyX Features" I searched the package
bibtopic and, after following to the letter the description on paragraph 3.1.2, I get this unexpected looking division:
The problem is that the citation numbering doesn't stop for each paragraph, even if two BibTeX Bibliographies have been generated; maybe it is determined by the absence of an appropriate Bibliography title: since
bibtopic removes it, I had to manually re-add that (as a
\section*, for instance).
I know that
biblatex offers a better result, since the citation numbering is divided properly, but to use this feature I have to switch to TeXworks:
So can I still use BibTeX (and the related extensions) and be able to generate the same result as
P.S.: I apologize fot the possibly bad English and the request itself, because on other forums I've been told to switch directly to
biblatex and forget about LyX.