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how to cite a report and working paper?

I'm facing following errors. I want to cite a certain report in my paper but it is not workinging. There were undefined references. Citation 'jeff2000' undefined. Here's the MWE: ...
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extract cited entries from bibliography with biber [closed]

According to the manual and many posts I should be able to do: biber --output_format=bibtex test.bcf And I'll get a new .bib file called test_biber.bib containing all cited entries in test.tex, ...
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Citation in externalized pgfplots

I have a few \cite commands in my pgfplots which are not being displayed properly when externalization in on. As soon as you turn off the externalization, the references will be displayed correctly. ...
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References numbering [duplicate]

Latex is numbering my references from the very document beginning including the List of Figures. As a consequence, the first reference to be cited (in the introduction) is already number 5. How ...
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Show reference label when it is undefined

When a reference is undefined, LaTeX shows simply [??] which doesn't give much information. I would like it to show the label instead. This is useful when more collaborators work on the same preprint ...
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1answer
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Number equation with previously used (auto-assigned) number [duplicate]

Assume you have a long text (i.e. a thesis/book/etc) with a lot of equations per chapter. At some point later in the text, you not only want to reference an equation but actually spell it out again, ...
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How to list citing papers under each of my paper?

I have papers p1, p2, p3, .... Under each of them, i'd like to list papers that cite them: p1 [1] c11 [2] c12 ... p2 [1] c21 [2] c22 ... ... I can build *.bib files for each of my papers, but I ...
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Is it possible to refer some equations or theorems between several working drafts with right numbers automatically?

I am writing several independent drafts. Each of them may turn in a separate paper. I need to cite some results from one draft to the other one. Since non of them is finished, the numbers may change. ...
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Fast solution to unidentified citations and references

I'm working on a medium size document, with lots of citations and cross references (Latex inserts ?? where it can not find the citation or crossed reference). What is the way to find the unidentified ...
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PDF links generated by \cite do not work when using project component files

When using the project files shown below, links generated by \cite[…] are displayed as links, but when I click on them nothing happens. But when \completepublications[…] is directly written in ...
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\ref and \cite stopped working

My WinEdt version had to be reinstalled and now I can't use PDFTexify or Texify. That wouldn't be a problem since I still can use PDFLaTeX. So I try that, what happens? Now, all \cite{} show [?] and ...
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What is the difference in citing/referencing with or without tilde?

I've seen examples referencing a table as follows: Table~\ref{table:overview} shows an overview of all the elements. What is the use of the tilde in front of \ref or \cite and when do you have to ...
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How to refer a section in another chapter?

To begin its not a LaTeX query but related to writing a report. What is the best way to refer a Section in another Chapter in the report ? I am using something like this, As explained in ...
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State where within the book a reference was cited

I am using a plain sort in my thesis. However, ordering the authors by last name does not help the reader find where the author/reference was cited within the book. Using the unsrt option would not ...
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Extended draft mode which includes source information for manual print-out to source synchronisation

I'm looking for a kind of extended draft mode which places the source code position of paragraphs, sectioning commands and figures etc. as marginpars or similar in the PDF, so that they appear on a ...
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Citations across tex files

I have a strange problem that I can't resolve. In my main *.tex file I have \input{Chapter1VB.tex} \input{vbq.tex} \newpage \input{Chapter2VB.tex} In the first tex file I have ...
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Why should I put a ~ before \ref or \cite?

My question is in the title of this post, but extends to other referencing commands like \eqref, \citep, \citet (and the like) as well.