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I'd like to have two bibliographies in my document. The first one is the bibliography with some references from the text. I'd like to have the second bibliography just as a list output with alphadin-style without references from the text. I'm using LYX and all my references are labeled as \cite{...} which works quite well with one bib. Is there a possibility to keep the references in the text without modification (\citefirst e.g.) and have a second bibliography which is just visible at the end of the document?

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Related (resp. a duplicate if biblatex solutions are permitted): tex.stackexchange.com/questions/6967/… – lockstep Aug 30 '12 at 15:16
I have no idea whether it's supported by LyX, but the amsrefs package might be of use. – mbork Sep 5 '12 at 18:21
Definitely check out the biblatex package. It works very well. – Marc van Dongen Sep 5 '12 at 18:24

I was looking for this earlier in the year. The most user friendly (not that is was greatly) was the multibib package. Another package, which is a bit more difficult to use, but perhaps more understandable is the bibtopic package.

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