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For a paper I am working on, I am managing my citations with biblatex. I don't use in text citations, so I am currently using the command \nocite{*} to print all references.

However, the output is numbered. Since I am not actually referring to any of them in the text, I would prefer if it were simply an alphabetical list, with no numbers next to each reference.

Is there a simple way to do so? I couldn't find anything in the documentation that seemed like it would help.

Update: Just found this. However, biblatex doesn't seem to use @biblabel. Looking into it.

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Why not use a non-numeric style? authortitle generates the same bibliography entries as the numeric styles, but without the label numbers. –  Audrey Nov 29 '12 at 18:57
    
@Audrey You mean authoryear? I was trying to avoid authoryear because in another section I do use the numeric style. If I can't figure it out, that might be what I end up doing though. –  kyryx Nov 29 '12 at 19:08
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No, authortitle. You can't use multiple styles in one document, but you can use different bibliography environments via the env option to \printbibligraphy. –  Audrey Nov 29 '12 at 19:15
    
@Audrey I was not aware of that style, but that seems like exactly what I was looking for. Thank you –  kyryx Nov 29 '12 at 19:27

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