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2answers
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Citation with DOI that has underscore breaks functionality in BibDesk

One functionality of BibDesk that is nice is the ability to click on a link at the end of the Doi entry field, which will open up the link http://dx.doi.org/DOI-HERE in a browser. One problem I've ...
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0answers
144 views

Including DOI field in bibliography while using multibib package

I am new to Latex and I used multibib package and .bib file. Every thing works great except there is no DOI at the end of entities. All my entities in the bib file have DOI filed and url and I use ...
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1answer
204 views

Omitting fields in Bibliography

When building my bibliography using the \bibliographystyle{plainnat} The output looks like [88] G. R. Ruetsch and M. R. Maxey. Small-scale features of vorticity and pas- sive scalar fields ...
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1answer
326 views

Customizing BibDesk's preview style to include DOIs

I often use the preview feature of BibDesk to generate citations I can cut & paste into other documents (e.g. for those colleagues of mine who can't let go of their lowly Microsoft word ...
3
votes
1answer
262 views

Alphadin BibTeX: DOI displayed twice

I'm not quite sure how to explain my problem. Please telle if you need more information. My document is very large and has a lot of settings. I'm using TeXnicCenter with the BibTex-Compiler 2.8. When ...
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8answers
4k views

Automatically dereference DOI to .bib?

Is there an established way to, given a list of DOI identifiers, produce a .bib file containing the citation information?
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2answers
1k views

Automatically adding DOI fields to a hand-made bibliography

Is there a tool that will read a .bib file and add the correct DOI fields for all the entries that don't have them? My current workflow is to just add citations as and when I need them with auctex in ...
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4answers
1k views

Redundancy in bib file: conditionally suppress url if same as doi?

Mathscinet gives bibtex entries with both a doi and a url field included. Typically they look something like @article {some-article, […] DOI = {10.1016/j.apal.2008.12.003}, URL = ...
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Bibliography entry containing <>

Using BibTeX, I'm trying to add a DOI 10.1002/(SICI)1097-0118(199902)30:2<71::AID-JGT1>3.0.CO;2-G to my bibliography. However, the presence of the < and > characters causes problems. Is ...