So I'm working on a presentation that will be given to a very small group of people (3-5 people) that has a lot of citations (100-200), any one of which could be interesting to the audience at a given time. I was thinking that it would be nice to create a separate page (well, multiple pages) of references that the audience could refer to during my presentation. Can beamer do this? Can I use bibtex at all with beamer? The citations must be numbered in order that they are used, since sometimes I will reference 20 or 30 articles at once, and I need to be able to use the dash notation (i.e. 35-56 to cite all references from 35 to 56 at once). Obviously, putting references on a slide at the end or at the bottom of the slides is not an option. I'd like to be able to apply a citation style file to the bibliography if possible. Also, numbering by hand isn't really an option, since I would have to renumber every time I added a citation.
Yes, you can use Bibtex with Beamer.
I guess something along these lines might work reasonably well: