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Citing a group of functions in a centered block [closed]

My professor told me that my citation is not placed rightly (see the "[8]" in the picture). I wonder what is the best way to cite a few functions? These functions are centered in my text as you can ...
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Configuring footnote position and spacing

(A) How do I shift the footnote vertically down 1 mm or so? (B) I want to introduce some additional space in between one foot note and the next one, and between the first footnote and the line that ...
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biblatex verbose style @article bib— remove parenthesis around year and month

I'm using biblatex with verbose-ibid style. For one of the @article entries, I have the following: @article{ref_133, title = {IBM wants Minneapolis to become a 'smarter city'}, author = ...
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unaltered citation in theorem

I would like to keep the way my citations are presented to be uniform. When I enter a citation after I declare my theorem it's in italic just like the text for the theorem. Whereas the citations in ...
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Biblatex \autocite in case of would-be nested footnotes

I have the same situation as the following user: biblatex: Enhancing \autocite in case of would-be nested footnotes I want to use \autocite within a \footnote. This results in the citation being ...
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Citation within caption => avoid italics (biblatex)

In my document, the captions are set in italics. I use a customized biblatex author/year citation style. If I \cite within a caption, the citation is set in italics as well. How can I avoid that?
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References into the tables in different style of the text

I would like to do one question concerning to references into the tables. So, I am writing my Phd thesis and I have so many tables with theoretical and experimental values. For the experimental values ...
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Non superscript citations for figures

Is it possible to reference figures like so taken from \emph{ref. \cite{reference}} with non superscript numbers, while leaving the rest of the references in the bulk of the document untouched? ...
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Biblatex's citesetup and citetext

I am using biblatex to make the citation numbers bold by redefining \citesetup to include a \bfseries: \renewcommand*{\citesetup}{% \bfseries \biburlsetup \frenchspacing} This makes the reference ...
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Italic citation reference for author name using natbib

I'm trying to get italics for the author name within the citation using natbib with agsm style. My MWE: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @BOOK{Smith2011, author = ...
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How to cite authors in small cap with \citet?

I followed Natbib reference sheet and \citet works as expected. I would like the author's name to appear in small caps, how can I do that? I guess I should do: Define \citenumfont to be a font ...
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Modifing bibliography and citation display

I put all my references in a file PaperBib.bib, and call \bibliography{PaperBib} in the end. I have several questions: For the references part, is it possible to make my own style? For instance, I ...
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How can I automatically abbreviate page ranges in citations (biblatex)

I am using biblatex for my citations, and I was wondering if there was a way to automatically abbreviate the page ranges in citations. (The reason I ask is because I have them all in long-style, and I ...
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Bold citation number

Is there a straightforward way to produce bold citation numbers with the \cite command (I'm using amsplain bibliography style)? Essentially I want something like this: [1] rather than [1].
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Custom .bst style and reformatting \cite entries

I have created a custom .bst file with makebst. I managed to reformat the thebibliography-environment entries look by editing the .bst file by hand. This wasn't a hard task. But, now I would like to ...