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I would like to create a document containing a list of publications and patents using LaTeX. This could be a companion to a CV/Resume.

Ideally, I would like to use a bib file, but would also like to be able to give sub-headings (ie Journals, Peer Reviewed Conferences, In Review, etc...)

I have found a few examples online, but had no success compiling them...

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I recommend to use biblatex. A compilable example that shows how to print separate bibliographies for certain entry types can be found here. It is also possible to subdivide the bibliography by keyword (to be defined in the bib-file) or category (to be defined at the document level).

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looks like a little bit of a learning curve, but seems to be what I was looking for. Thanks! – 1yen Apr 6 '11 at 6:27

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