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Problem organising Harvard bibliography

Please help! My thesis bibliography is formatted in a modified Harvard-esque style (natbib). My examiners have requested that multiple papers by the same first author are cited in date order, but I ...
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Multiple references

I have several references like \cite{a,b,c,d,e} which produces an output like [1], [2], [3], [4], [5]. Is there a way to automatically generate the above as [1]-[5]?
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Error with \footnote{\bibentry{foo}} when using beamer

I am making a beamer presentation and having the following problem: When I use \footnote{\bibentry{foo}} to cite an article, I get the following error message: Undefined Control Sequence} And the ...
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Superscript page numbers with natbib

I'm with an annoying problem with natbib. When the super parameter is used, the citation happily goes superscript but the page or chapter number doesn't. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[numbers, ...
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How do I print the cite key along with the entire .bib file?

I am trying to print an entire *.bib file. I would like to print the citation key along with all the entries in the .bib file. I can print my bibligraphic data file (.bib) but cannot get it to print ...
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\cite only returning link to bibliography and not author details

I'm new to LaTeX, and I'm having some issued with \cite. When I use \cite, the only thing that appears in the text is a number in squared-brackets with a link to the bibliography page. E.g: \cite{...
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Adding a space before each item in a multi-item citation

I am using JabRef with Lyx, and currently when I insert a multi-item citation in my document, it shows up something like this: [8,10,23] in the output, without any space before each item (except for ...
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Missing \endscname inserted citation

I am new to LaTeX, and I have encountered an error that I couldn't fix myself. Error: "Missing \endcsname inserted Три \cite{Бідюк2009}" Неre is a simple document to recreate an error. \...
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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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\nocite{*} problem using moderncv with multibib

I am recently using the moderncv template with multibib package for writing my cv. The problem that I encounter is as the following: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper,sans]{moderncv} \moderncvstyle{casual}...
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biblatex footcite and footnote

In a document, I am using \usepackage[style=mla,babel=hyphen,backend=biber]{biblatex} together with the \footcite command, and everything is perfect. There is a difficulty when I want to include a ...
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Create version of report with local links to referenced articles

I have the following set-up in mind, and I hope someone could help me achieve this: I cite entries from my .bib file. I use the hyperref package (manual) with the pagebackref option set to true, so ...
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Unexpected citation behavior: biblatex with biber and authoryear

The citation style authoryear-comp is designed to output citations of the form '(Doe, 1992)'. (See p. 62 of the biblatex documentation.) This has worked as expected for me, even when using Biber as ...
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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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How to cite one bibentry in full length in the body text?

I am using the natbib package. Now I want to have a bibliography entry cited in full length in the text. That should also appear in the bibliography are. For example Text text... Mr. ABCD (...
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Authors are not found for citation by natbib

I am trying to use Natbib to print et al. for authors, for instance "Jeannet et al. [1]". \documentclass[runningheads,orivec]{llncs} \usepackage{natbib} \begin{document} \cite{jeannetmine09} % ...
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Use citeauthor with a bibliography style other than plainnat

I am trying to use \citeauthor from the natbib package with a bibliography style that is provided by a journal. Is this possible? I looked at plainnat.bst, but I didn't see any instances of \...
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Error when using \autocite within \section

When I load hyperref and use the \autocite{...} command within a \section{...}, my .log file reveals the following warning: Package hyperref Warning: Token not allowed in a PDF string (PDFDocEncoding)...
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Adding both number and authors at citation's place?

When reading papers I find useful to have citations numbered instead of a key or the author name, since then it's easier to look them up in the bibliography at the end of the document. On the other ...
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Getting natbib to follow IEEE numeric citation format

I'm wondering if anyone can suggest a better way to tweak natbib to generate numeric references that follow IEEE's citation reference guide and style manual. Specifically, IEEE wants each of a group ...
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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 get (Reference1; Reference2; see Reference3 for review)?

I'm using natbib package (\usepackage[round,authoryear]{natbib}) and I want something like: (Buhusi, 2009; see Bueti, 2011 for review) If I do \citep[see][for review]{Buhusi,Bueti}, I can get, ...
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Citations in captions as separate argument

Whenever I include a table of a figure in my research papers, I cite the source of the information in the caption itself. However, I don't want this citation to appear in the List of figures/tables. ...
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Can I place citations in captions using Tufte?

I'm trying to get Tufte marginal material (citations, footnotes, and captions) to support incorporate citations as they do in the Tufte books. What I'm looking for is the "conversational" style that's ...
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biblatex citation format

I have started using LaTeX with biblatex to format my dissertation. I need my citation to look something like: (johnson, 2010:29), which is (author, year:page). Then there are some citations that I ...
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\cite[page]{book} inside \caption[…]{…}

Is it somehow possible to put a citation including page specification, as in \cite[page]{book}, inside the list-of-figures-relevant caption of a figure, i.e. \caption[*HERE*]{...}? I can do \caption[...
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What is the difference between \cite and ~\cite? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why I should put a ~ before \ref command? I see the two used fairly interchangeably but have never read what the difference is between them...
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How do I get full or abbreviated citations to appear automatically in Tufte footnotes (sidenotes)? [closed]

I'm experimenting with a promising approach to generate generate abbreviated citations in Tufte documents automatically using \cite alone, once a reference has already been used. But I've encounters ...
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Can I automatically generate abbreviated citations in Tufte documents after the first occurrence?

In documents using Tufte document classes (tuft-handout or tuft-book) \cite is replaced by a footnote (which appears as a sidenote) corresponding to the full bibliography entry for the cited work. ...
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biblatex: is it possible to add a text directly after the reference number (without a comma)?

I'd like to add a certain marker after some bibliographic entries, e. g. superscript star *. It should appear directly after the references number and should not be separated by a comma (as normal ...
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How to add an academic title before the author name with \citeauthor?

In French legal citation, one is supposed to refer to "professor X" or "Dean Y" when referring to an author in a sentence. Using biblatex and Biber, this would mean that \citeauthor{key} should ...
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bibtex with multiple aliases for the same reference

Is this something that I can do with bibtex? I have a few different manuscripts with some other collaborators and it would be easier for me if I could make \cite{foo} and \cite{bar} point to the same ...
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biblatex, full citation and short citations

I have this problem. After the last modification, I have the following Biblatex part in my preamble: \usepackage[style=verbose- ibid,firstinits=true,sorting=nty,sortcites=true,useprefix=false,...
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Citing the initials of one author and the full names of other authors

In some academic circles, such as theoretical physics, during a presentation it is customary for the talking author to cite himself using only his initials, while leaving the remaining author names ...
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harvard - modify \possessivecite

I am writing reports in norwegian, and I would like to modify the \possessivecite command of the harvard package to automatically add the possessive ' (just an apostrophe) in citations when the author'...
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Cite a standard, specification or data sheet from a company/institution but without an author

As an electronic engineer I often cite technical standards, specifications or data sheets. They come usually from a specific company or institution but do not have a specific author. I like to have ...
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Custom prefix in footnotes with biblatex

I have another question about customizing footnote-citations with biblatex. For common citations of facts or observations from some article, I want to add a prefix to my footnotes. It's meant to ...
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Citations: Sort and Compress with superscript (Nature style) using non-superscript dash (xetex+Linux Libertine) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to change parameters for \textsuperscript{} in french? solution: How to change parameters for \textsuperscript{} in french? I passed the no-sscript option to xltxtra. ...
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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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Simple citation footnotes

I'm writing a paper and I would like to add some citations. I would like to put references (like [21]) in the text that, when clicked, point to the relevant link in the bibliography section at the end ...
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Separation by semicolon instead of comma in biblatex' \cites

I am using biblatex+biber for the bibliography of my thesis. I use the numeric-comp citation style. Overall this works perfectly. I generally use \cite to cite references; but occassionally also \...
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biblatex, authoryear-icomp: brackets around the year in footnotes

I use biblatex with the cite-style authoryear for footnotes, which results in Chang et al. 2005, p. 1116. Faculty guidelines require Chang et al. (2005), p. 1116. though. Which files need ...
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Hyphenate a series of consecutively numbered references [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Citing a range of papers (using numeric keys)? I am using the package bibentry and the \cite command to include numerical references to a bibliography. If one cites ...
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Need to change citation format from [1] to (a)

I need to change the format of citations for my bibliography items to look like: "See Reference (a)" instead of "See Reference (1)" I have used code like: \renewcommand\@cite[1]{Reference~(#1)} ...
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Biblatex: Per-entry changes to citation field

This should be a relatively quick question. I'm using Biblatex's authoryear(-icomp, not that that really matters here) citation style, but there are a small number of works where the author-year ...
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Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text

I have to prepare a beamer presentation on the topic of citations and bibliographies. So I should be able to display selected bibliographic items in the slides as examples in most of the slides. I ...
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In-text citation: list all authors for pieces with three (or fewer) authors?

I'm preparing a manuscript for submission to a journal that uses a citation format similar to natbib's authoryear, but that requires full author lists for in-text citations when there are three ...
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Footnote and square brackets in biblatex

I'm a TeX beginner and I've been trying to sift through the biblatex manual in order to get the citation style I want, but with very little luck. What I have now is this: \usepackage[ natbib=...
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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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How can one cite theorems of references?

I would like to cite the item (iii) of proposition 3 of a reference. How can I do it? Which ways do you suggest? This is a question not only about LaTeX, but also about style. One option I have seen ...