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Citing in Latex

I would like to cite something in a very specific form. For example, I want in my text to have exactly this ....for further details see Diamond(1965, Appendix B) This is my MWE ...
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How to find citation tag in bibtex

I am using Zotero to collect my references then exporting them as a BibTex file and then I cite them in Latex. This is all fine but I often struggle to find the relevant citation tag. I would like to ...
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Error: Unicode char \u8 when importing bibliography

I have a LaTeX document in which I improt .bib database \bibliography{LagrangianRelax} \bibliographystyle{alpha} I am getting an error (I know its quite common): ! Package inputenc Error: Unicode ...
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Read references from a .bib file in IEEEtran [duplicate]

I am new to Latex. I am trying to put the references as well as cite them. I am doing the following: 1. Created a refer.bib file with following content @String{j = {Journal}} @String{jof = {Journal ...
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multiple citation with specific pages biblatex-apa [duplicate]

I'm using biblatex-apa and trying to get a multiple citation wit specific pages What i want to get: (Author1,p.1; Author2,p.2) my (working) workaround right now is this: (\cite[][1]{author1}; ...
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Append text to biblatex footnote citation

Does biblatex allow to append arbitrary comments to footnote citations? For example, I now have this code: Lorem ipsum.\autocite[2]{foobar} And it gives this at the bottom of the page: Foobar, ...
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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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biblatex numeric style with author last name?

I am currently usign the numeric style in biblatex. This gives me the obvious result of [22] when I call \cite{Someone}. I would like to stick to the numeric style but also include the last name in ...
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LyX sync document settings of child documents with master especially concerning citation style

How can I make sure, that the document settings of a child document are compatible to the master document? Today I had a big hassle concerning citation: If I choose "citation style standard ...
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Biblatex: Improving Dynamic Quotation Command

In Biblatex: Automatic Vgl. & automatic quote indenting (depending on quote length) lockstep creates a quotation command based on previous contribitions by lockstep and Martin Scharrer that ...
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How do you remove a space before a citation in LaTeX?

I have something like \documentclass{article} \usepackage{cite} \begin{document} Blah Blah (\cite{All14}) \bibliography{Ref} \bibliographystyle{alpha} \end{document} But LaTeX keeps placing a ...
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multiple citations with individual page numbers using natbib

I am struggling to combine multiple citations with individual page numbers. I have used this natbib reference sheet, but I am stuck (with what is displayed below). It seems as I cannot combine ...
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Biblatex: Combining Dynamic Compare Command with a '\citetitle' Command

In How to create a \citejournal, \citebooktitle, \cite… command in biblatex? Gonzalo Medina and Audrey provided code that works like \citeauthor{}e.g. when you put in your document it creates just the ...
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Citation style: pages punctuation

Look at following \autocite-example: \autocite[15]{kant} Immanuel Kant: Freizeitparks im Harz, S. 15. How can I change the comma into a period? For the bibliography it's easy. I can use: ...
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NatBib plainnat with [round]: Get printed indirect citation look like citation

I have to use natbib (\usepackage[round]{natbib}) with plainnat style, because it is for lecture notes. (So I can't solve the following problem by using numeric or superscript options) When I have a ...
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Adding a citation inside a citation with natbib

I want to get the following kind of citation using natbib, is that possible? "some guy said this" (SomeGuy, 2010, as cited in SomeOtherGuy, 2013) I can do this manually by writing: "some guy ...
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change citation style ( [1-4] to [1]-[4], and [5, 8-9] to [5], [8]-[9] ) with natbib?

I have spent a whole day trying to solve the following problem. Please help if you know how to do this. I am using natbib (\usepackage[sort&compress,square,comma]{natbib}), and my current ...
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Biblatex-nature \textcite with superscript reference number

My question is related to this question (shameless copy pasta of MWE). I would like to obtain the same citation style, so a \textcite that results in the author followed by a superscript reference. ...
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Using normal IEEEtran bibliography style, but also citing with author names

I would like to use the IEEEtran bibliography style as usual, but I would also like to write sentences like "Doe and Smith used X Y Z". I would like that to be automatic. ie, I will write ...
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American Anthropologist Association (AAA) citation style in LaTeX using BibLaTeX

I'm writing a paper for my Anthropology class and the American Anthropologist Association citation style is required. I've been reading through the BibLaTeX documentation but I don't believe any of ...
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Auto-complete feature for Texmaker citations

I have Texmaker 4.1.1 and autocomplete feature for citations doesn't work in it. I have my .bib file in the correct directory (the same as my .tex file), use biblatex, have added the command ...
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Author not showing with IEEEtran and natbib

I am using a template for a conference. See file icmcsmc2014.sty. They define IEEEtran as bibtex environment. Now I really want to display the name of the author on some citations. Normally I would ...
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grouping the citations from [1],[2] to [1,2]

I am citing some papers in my tex file. I use \cite command and it works fine. In cases that there are two citations together for example \cite{paper1,paper2} then the result is un-grouped. ...In ...
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How to cite an exhibition catalogue with bibtex

I'm trying to cite an exhibtion catalogue, but I cannot find the right entry type for the bib file. I'm using Texmaker 3.5.2 to write the source code, Tex Live 2012 is my distribution and the command ...
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Choose citation style when using child documents

I am writing my thesis in Lyx, and have used the "thesis" template with have several child documents. My referencing style is "elsarticle-harv". My problem is that I can not choose the citation style ...
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TextMate \cite syntax highlighting

When I open a LaTeX document in TextMate, the syntax highlighting makes the part in braces in any cite command colored red, as if there is an error: \cite{why-is-this-red} Is there an easy way to ...
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Generate uniform references

To generate references, I usually find the needed bibtex formats for references in Google Scholar, which may gives the following references: B.K. Chun, D.S. Ryu, W.I. Hwang, and H.G. Cho. 2006. An ...
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(semi)-Automatic pluralization around a citation

In my document, I will write something like this (using natbib, but that shouldn't matter too much): \citet{reference} show that ..... which would render as Jones et al (1990) show that.... ...
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Marking author's own work when citing them

There is a requirement for my PhD thesis: all my own works shall be marked with * when cited, like this: as I noted in [3*], something something All other works shall be cited as usual. In ...
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Universal `\cite` commands or defining new cite commands

I would like to know the best practice to get "universal" cite commands. Across the different articles, I have written, each has had a different template for a different publication venue. And, each ...
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Referencing a database

I'm looking for a template of how to reference a database, such as data.stackexchange.com. Should it simply be considered as an electronic source, or is there a certain way such items should be ...
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citeyearpar in latex that would compress the years together

So I have two articles that have the same main author. I found an answer in this website to how to make the \citeyearpar to become hyperrefed: \DeclareCiteCommand{\citeyearpar} {} ...
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Numerical AND Author-year modes for cites in the same file

I want to use two ways to cite references in the same file. One numerical, and another one in the author-year style. I also want that only the numerical references appear at the end of the document in ...
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Closed interval looks like citation in IEEE format

The IEEE citation format uses inline numbering like [1] or [1,13] to refer to cited works. This coincidentally can look a lot like mathematical closed intervals when there are two numbers. While the ...
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Should one cite a LaTeX package in a scientific publication?

R world has the convention of citing heavily used packages in a scientific publication (see for example this). You can get the reference to be used with citation() command. For example: ...
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Citation reference inside bibliography text style [duplicate]

When referencing inside bibliography to another citation (example title: Review of 'another citation title'), the cited title is italics or upright, but different to the style of the parent reference ...
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Automatically creating a table from datatool using references in the text

This question is based on Peter Grill's answer to "Table including rows of a master table".. The function \PrintDTLTable takes an optional list of rowIDs (first row of the data file) as its first ...
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which bibliographystyle would be adequate for LNAI?

For my bibliographystyle within a paper, splncs was used: \bibliographystyle{splncs} An editor sent me: the references are not in LNAI style Subsequently, I already merged the cites. For ...
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Citations when importing a .tex file into Lyx

I relatively new to LaTeX and Lyx. I am using the Scrivener -> MMD -> LaTeX workflow. For citations, I used Papers2, as it allows me to insert MMD-style citations into Scrivener. When compiling, the ...
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How do I cite LaTeX in BibLaTex?

I apologize if this question has been asked before, but I can't find any information on how to cite LaTeX in my documents. EDIT: My report contains an explanation of LaTeX, and how it has helped me ...
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Citations using biblatex together with Tufte style are producing weird results

I'm having some problems with the citations in the Tufte class. I have several questions related to this which i will post below, but first i will provide a minimum working example, test.tex: ...
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Make/Create AGU's style bibliographystyle

I'd like to make/create a bibliography style similar to AGU journals' style, which looks like this: In the main text: Recent studies have shown similar results [Smith et al. 2001; Christensen et al. ...
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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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Put from external file?

I need to write a command that read a line from a text file and expand to the content of this line, the next command read the next line and so on. ... \command{arg} ... \command{arg} ... ...
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citation with APA not working [duplicate]

I try to use the following code for citation but it is not working . \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{apacite} \usepackage{cite} \begin{document} ~\cite{Abuelyaman2008} ...
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Only last name for natbib citep

I want my citations to be shown as (LastName, year) instead of (LastName Initials, year). I am using the natbib package, with setting 'authoryear'. Below a minimilistic example: My .tex file: ...
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biblatex hack — how to remove parenthesis made by footcite in a footnote?

Although the biblatex-dw package should be more appropriate for citing in footnotes, I prefer the verbose-* styles built-in Biblatex because those do not use a See note n° system, which I do not like. ...
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white space before \citep Macro

I am working on big book and need to ensure that all citations have a white space before them. I tried \let\citep ~\citep But that does not seem the right thing to do. Could you please help. ...
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Citations with names instead of numbers

Let's say I have an entry in my bibliography that looks like @book{BOSCH, Author = {Bosch and Lutkebohmert and Raynaud}, Publisher = {Springer}, Title = {N{\'e}ron Models}, Year = ...
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BibLaTeX backref links to wrong page using hyperref

I'm trying to use the backref option of BibLaTeX for back-referencing, but the pages in the bibliography link to the wrong pages (even though the pages listed are correct). The link appears to be ...