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Is it possible to change the \cite command in the following way?

I know this does not follow very good citation guidelines, but I want to change the cite command so that in addition to whatever the current bib file dictates, it will also print in the name of the ...
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Biblatex custom cite macro

I don't really understand how to use macros, but this would be a good way to learn. Currently, I simply use \cite, which prints Author, Year. When I have this in a sentence, I want the year to be in ...
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Macro for formatting names (initials or full name)

I want to write full names of authors in the LaTeX source, but assign different roles to them, and then via macro decide whether to print the full first name or just initials: In the work of ...
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Cite in theorem environment argument

When I try to cite a book in such a way \begin{theorem}[\cite[p.~90]{bibitem}] Theorem body. \end{theorem} I've got an error because of multiple use of [ and ]. Is it possible to cite in such a way ...
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Can you employ \unskip to automatically place a non-breaking space before \cite or \ref?

It is recommended to place a non-breaking space before \cite, \ref, inline math and perhaps at few other locations. The question is whether you can design an improved version of \cite (say) which ...
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Performing String Manipulation on result of \cite{}

I would like to perform some string manipulation (using the xstring package) on the result of a \cite{} (the bib package is given to me, and wouldn't allow what I want to do without a major rewrite). ...
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Suggestions for Including Confidence Rating in a Citation

As I write, edit, and review my document, I'd like to flag how related a claim and the supporting citation are. For example, if a reference Foo speculates on a topic (and therefore I give it a low ...
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\renewcommand{\cite} does not work

I'm using \cite a lot in my document, but now I discovered that I really need \citep instead (from natbib). No problem, I thought, just redefine the \cite command: \renewcommand{\cite}[1]{\citep{#1}} ...