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Different citation styles for different entry types in the footnotes (biblatex-dw)

Problem I am using biblatex together with the authortitle-dw style. As it is desired in most cases, citations show up in the footnotes in the form "name, shorttitle, pages (if indicated)". However, ...
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How to suppress Warning--empty author Message?

I am citing the IEEE-754 standard and it doesn't have an author. However, when I generate my PDF, the tool I am using (texnixcenter) provides a warning that there is no author. I would like to know ...
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How to line-break cites correctly (hanging-over problem)?

while using Bibtex, I experienced an frustrating issue with line-breaks on cites in my block text. I have chosen to use the following bibtex implementation: \bibliographystyle{plain} ...
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How can I use [Author Year] like new ACM Style?

I'm use the TeX ACM Style in my thesis: \bibliographystyle{acm} \bibliography{Anderson_EQM} And cite references using \cite{}, but it's different of the new ACM style: [Number] instead [Author ...
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Citation Style in LyX

I am using LyX on Max OS X. When I insert a citation and I compile the document I get a reference number between square brackets that matches the number of the reference in the bibliography section. ...
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Old style numeral labels and body text

Here's what I want to achieve with biblatex: The label and in the text, the year (four digits) in old style figures and everything in \small Prenote (see ~), if any, in \small Post Note, if any, the ...
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How to cite data?

Data can be cited. Citeable data has fully persistent DOI's that link to recognised data repositories. This ensures that the data used in scientific publications can be obtained and re-used in the ...
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Combine class and Biblatex citations

I have 3 articles that use biblatex citations and all of them have a reference-list in the end. Now I'd like to combine all three articles in a main document using the combine-class. However, how can ...
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Adjusting longnamesfirst to use et. al. on first occurence with more than 3 authors

I am making final adjustments to my thesis, ensuring that I am using the correct citation rules etc. Now it turns out I need to use all the authors' names in a citation on the first occurrence, as ...
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Brackets in citing-style? [duplicate]

I have the following LaTeX code: \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt, bibliography=totoc, index=totoc, abstracton, ...
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Cite multiple references with Bibtex? [duplicate]

So I use bibtex and I have set my \bibliographystyle to be unsrt. I want Latex to render something like this: ref [1]-[5] support this claim. but if i write: \cite{x1} - \cite{x5} blah blah ...
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Multiple reference citation: can the separator be a comma followed by a space?

When I use \cite{ref1, ref2} for multiple reference citation, there isn't any blank after the comma. I would like the reference citation to appear as follows: [1, 2]. How can I obtain that?
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Override default cite tooltip

I'm trying to add a tooltip to each inline citation. So far I've almost got it working using pdfcomment: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks=true]{hyperref} \usepackage{pdfcomment} ...
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Remove 'and' from biblatex' text citations

Since version 2.7, biblatex adds the word and before the last citation in a string of text citations. That's pretty nice, but this catch-all behavior is not always appropriate, as in the example ...
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Textsuperscript and linebreak problem

I got a problem when doing cites and linebreaks. I configured natbib the following way: \usepackage{babelbib} \usepackage[super,square,numbers,sort&compress]{natbib} Now, citing multiple ...
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(first author et al. 1999; first author et al. 2000)

I have downloaded MiKTeX and it works very well. However I am wondering if you could you help me about the citation style. I want to cite more than one reference as (First Author et al. 1999; First ...
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Automatically arrange citations in increasing number using biblatex

I have similar problem to this question The question is essentially the same, but I use biblatex. I have \autocite{b,c,a,d} which generates [2, 3, 1, 4]. Is it possible to automatically make them ...
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Biblatex-chicago endnotes instead of footnotes with autocite

I have been using the biblatex-chicago package in my essay to generate footnotes for citations using \autocite and \autocites... but now I wish to have endnotes rather than footnotes. I first load the ...
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How do I instruct \fullcite to use maxbibnames rather than maxcitenames?

For my PhD thesis, I am including a List of appended papers automagically. To generate the references, I used to use \bibentry, but now I switched to biblatex and headed for \fullcite hoping it to be ...
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\fullcite of only one member of a set causes the whole set to be cited

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[german=quotes ]{csquotes} \usepackage[backend=biber,style=chem-angew,subentry=true, ...
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bibtex and genitive: the proper way to obtain “Kuran's (1989) model”

Is there a way to attach a genitive apostrophe or "'s" to an authors name? Currently I use: \citeauthor{kuran1989}'s \citeyear{kuran1989} But since something like this comes up regularily I'd like ...
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autocite + mcite functionality in Biblatex

When using Biblatex's autocite command, I sometimes come across instances when I need to format the citations as a reference set. There is the option of using mcite, but then I lose the high level ...
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Citation colour vs parentheses colour [duplicate]

I have used Audrey's code to cite something of the form: \citet[p.~42]{smth}. This code is excelent if someone wants to have the parentheses affected as well. Now, I ask if it is possible to have the ...
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Different citation colour for page number [duplicate]

I try to cite a specific page in LaTeX using the following command: \cite[p.~42]{Friedberg1995}. I use colorlinks and I have set a blue colour for my citations. After the compilation takes place I ...
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How to make citations appear within parentheses () instead of square brackets [ ]? [duplicate]

I am using the vancouver.bst which conforms to the ICMJE (international committee of medical journal editors) How do I make the citations in the text appear in parentheses, e.g., (3), rather than in ...
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Extra author appearing in biblatex-apa (as if two publications with the same first author appeared in the same year)

I'm using biblatex v2.5 and the biblatex-apa style v5.7. I have a couple citations with the same first author, including one with six co-authors in 2008. This is the only publication with that first ...
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Multiple footnote citations of reference on same page

If I have multiple footnote citations of the same reference on the same page I get multiple footnote entries with exactly the same content. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{test, ...
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How can I use accents (like \"{o}) in \footnote?

I get following error when I use in my tex file \footnote{Shr\"{o}dinger}. When I change to \footnote{Shrodinger} there is no error. Can you give me an advice what should I do? I use BiBTeX for ...
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The quote environment and the typographically correct notation of reference

This is a typography and latex related question. I have seen various examples of how the quote environment and the belonging reference to the quote are used. What is correct in the following minimum ...
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How to change the reference appearance in paper and after paper? [duplicate]

A journal editor asked me to change my reference format in my paper. For example, in my paper, reference numbers appear as [10, 8, 11, 1, 13, 16], and he wants it to be [1, 8, 10-11, 13, 16], how do I ...
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Resolve the citations but do not include the list of references

I need to prepare a separate abstract file without the list of references. However, I do have some citations in the abstract and I want them to be resolved, but without producing the list of refs in ...
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Use \ae ligature in bibliography [duplicate]

I have a reference containing a name: Hornbaek. The author's used a ligature when writing their name. The citation uses Hornb\aek, which doesn't work in the bibliography, but does work in text. Here's ...
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latex code in bibtex entries

Suppose you have a mathematical paper titled All functions are $C^\infty$ What is the best way to deal with such a situation when citing such a title in bibtex? Does bibtex cope with mathematics ...
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Biber and Biblatex: Reference within the Bibliography

I have a problem, where all my googeling has left me standing alone. Currently I am preparing my thesis and I am using biblatex in conjunction with biber. When dealing with the entrytype set ...
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Inline citations with only author, title and year

I would like to put a few reference inside a beamer presentation. Adding a full fledge bibliography is certainly awkward but the output of the \fullcite command from the biblatex pacakge is too ...
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Replacing ? with citation key and/or making list of unresolved references in natbib?

I have a question about unresolved references (I'm using natbib and pdflatex/bibtex) and the default behavior to print a (?). What I would like is the following: The (?) replaced with ...
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Improve footnotes citation with Biblatex

While using biblatex I want to display the full citations in footnotes, and in the text the following format author (year)^citation number. For now I am using as it is in the MWE. Is there a better ...
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Biblatex: How to get the information in note field

I use the following format for my bibliography. @thesis {RefKey, AUTHOR = {LastName, F.}, TITLE = {Thesis Title}, NOTE = {Ph.D. thesis}, SCHOOL = {University}, YEAR = {Year}, } I can receive ...
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Printing Article and Author Name In Text from .bib

Is there a way to tell BibTeX/natbib to print the name of an article and the author's name in text? For instance, where I would usually use \citep{cite-key} to deliver the in-text citation ...
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two different kinds of citations in the same document

I am using LyX with the default "article" document class. All the citations look as bracketed numbers [1], [2], etc. I want to have two different citation formats in the same document, according to ...
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Springer manuscript class natbib not showing references

I can't find a solution anywhere and I am in a hurry :( MWE: \documentclass[natbib,smallextended]{svjour3} \begin{document} \citep[e.g.][]{rodenbeck2003co} \citet{rodenbeck2003co} ...
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Separation of last author with \citep

I came across a solution on how to make an author list where the last author is preceded by "and", as shown in this code: \newcommand\MidSep{, }% separator for two elements, not the last two (for ...
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Invisible citations

Is there a simple way to make citations created by \cite{ref1} invisible in the final manuscript (so that you can produce one version with the citations and a separate one without them)?
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Author year citation

I have looking for how to cite the author and year in a sentence with reference to my bibliography list. I already used some Natbib styles, but no result of what I want. This is my main file: ...
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citestyle=authortitle-icomp, but including year?

I am nearly totally happy with \usepackage[citestyle=authortitle-icomp,bibstyle=authortitle,dashed=no,datezeros=no]{biblatex} because it shows the author and the (short) title in citations, but I ...
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Cite the appendix to a paper in bibtex

I would like to cite the appendix, written by Dr. X, of a published paper written by Profs Y and Z, and I am using bibtex. Unfortunately I am confused about how to do this. Of course both the appendix ...
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bibtex: Problem in Reference number Order

I am having problem with my bibtex reference number. The number does not increase in order as you can see from the screenshot below. The index goes from 1 to 3, 4, 5, and back to 2. Sorry in ...
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How to use citation in a figure

Goal: Use \cit{...} e.g. in a circle or box, etc., when drawing a figure. And then include this figure and compile it with pdflatex. With Xfig, we can do similar things with math mode, but how to do ...
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Automatically cite all author names instead of “et al.” on first occurrence?

I am using BibTeX and Natbib (author-year) for citing references in my document. Whenever there are three authors or more for a given paper, the citation will be "First author et al. (year)". This is ...
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Print only the name of first author without the 'et al.' when citing?

If one wants to replace 'et al' with something else, eg, "and co-workers" for some instances only, a citation mode that only produced the name would make that possible. Unfortunately, the ...