{cross-referencing} is about making connections from a point in a document to related information elsewhere, usually within the same document. Standard commands are \label and \ref. For questions about citing or bibliographies, use {bibliographies} instead.

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Reference part of a figure (with or without cleveref)

I have a figure with multiple parts (a, b, c, etc.) and in the text I would like to have a reference to the figure with the letter of the part (i.e. fig 1(b) ). Is there a way to pass this to \cref{} ...
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IEEE Conference style citation

I am starting to need to some help with references. I'm writing a paper using IEEE citation style and I'm trying to refer to a conference paper. These citations should follow this style: ...
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Place parentheses around a cross-reference

Is possible to surround a cross-reference with brackets or parentheses? For example when I write a command like some text \ref{some label} then when compiled the output was some text (12) without ...
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Cross referencing between chapters of a thesis

Hi I am new to the forum and fairly new to Tex, if I miss anything out please let me know and I will be glad to post it. I am writing up my PhD thesis using Texmaker on a windows system. I have my ...
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Texmaker isn't matching my labels

I'm currently editing a latex file together with a colleague. She's uses technixcenter as editor and I use texmaker 4.1.1. My compiler refuses to match the references with the labes when I insert ...
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Referencing tables in pandoc

Pandoc allows referencing images via inline Latex commands. However, it seems it does not work for tables. I'm aware of several workarounds, including manipulating a resulting TeX file manually, but ...
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Find point of page break in an external document

I am creating multiple versions of a document from a single LaTeX source. Specifically, I have a series of lessons that have an instructor version (with notes and answers) and a plain student version. ...
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Can eledmac's xxref be used with non-arabic linenumbers?

I am using polyglossia and eledmac to typeset a Tibetan document. I'm running into problems when using eledmac's xxref. It seems the numbers it expects are not in the right format, since they are ...
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Is there a way to reference your numbered equations?

Here is an excerpt document \begin{align} f(x) &= g(x) + h(x)// &= 3x + 8x^2 + 1// &= 3 + 8 + 1// \end{align} So when I compile this (assuming this is the only thing I Have), LaTeX is ...
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Displaying authors in color bibtex

If I call a reference by \citet{xxx}, it appears in my document as Author [number], where the number appears in the color I defined in \hypersetup{citecolor=red} while Author and [] appear in black ...
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Show graph of references inside a document

I have quite a lot of labels and references (around 250 labels, 600 references to those) in my document. As I need to re-arrange parts of the document, I'd like to know which labels are referenced ...
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References in Chapter Titles

I am currently writing a manuscript using \documentclass{book}. I would like to devote one of the chapters in the manuscript to a proof of an earlier result. I have named the Chapter: ...
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Use label to refer to text and print it

I want to make requirements in a latex document and I would like to refer to them. What I have so far is this: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{lipsum} ...
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Is there such a thing as `\sectionref{}`?

My sections are labeled, for example, as "5.3," where the 5 is the chapter number and the 3 is the section number. Using \ref{} to refer to that section would produce "5.3"; however, I would only like ...
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Some table references sometimes not working

I'm having a problem with \ref to some of my tables. I have lots of tables via several \input{} commands. Some files contain only one table, others multiple tables. The problem is that some of the ...
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Cross-reference of custom environments created with environ and TikZ package

Problem: I want to create an environment named Example, and the environment has a counter (number within chapter). I want to refer to the counter for illustration just as the table, figure and ...
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Figure reference \ref{fig:result} renders as ?? in PDF

I have an article with the following figure (there are 2 small charts near each other, horizontally): \begin{figure}[h] \centering \includegraphics{left-graph} \includegraphics{right-graph} ...
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Referencing a table vs. a figure in LyX, format

Currently, when I reference things using labels I have setup LyX simply inserts the table number. I would like it to insert Table N where N is the table number. Similarly, I would like it to insert ...
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Hyperref cross-references across splitted documents

Say I have a document of type \documentclass{article} \usepackeage{hyperref} %\includeonly{Chap1} %\includeonly{Chap2} \begin{document} \include{Chap1} \include{Chap2} \end{document} Where ...
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Referencing wrong appendix in chapter. Should reference A.1 instead references A

My problem is when I reference a piece of document which is in my appendix it states the wrong one in my chapter content. I.e blah blah in 'A'. When it should be 'A.1'. Every document in the appendix ...
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How to number subequations separately from the main equation?

I would like to produce in report class the following style for numbering subequations: The main equation has its own number, and can be referenced. Each subequations are labelled with lower case ...
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Combining \autoref and \eqref

Say the equation is \begin{equation} r^2 = x^2 + y^2 \text{.} \label{eq:circ} \end{equation} Now, if I use \autoref{eq:circ} I get Equation 1. How do I get Equation (1) (the parenthesis that we ...
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Using math mode in a label

How can one use something like $\mathbb{R}^k$ in a label? I.e. \label{three equivalent properties of $\mathbb{R}^k$}. Currently when I try this I get an error. Here's a MWE: \documentclass[a4 ...
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Why might I not want to set naturalnames and hypertexnames both equal to false in hyperref?

I know from these questions that you can solve a lot of internal linking problems in your PDF by setting naturalnames and hypertexnames both equal to false (naturalnames being set to false by ...
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\@currentlabelname and custom counter

Suppose I have a counter, say, count. I can do something like this \setcounter{count}{0} \refstepcounter{count}\thecounter{count}\label{cool} \ref{cool} This will give me "1" in the end. Now, I ...
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Giving a custom environment a name

I have defined a custom environment: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[table,hyperref]{xcolor} % Better control over color \usepackage[colorlinks=true, linkcolor=DarkBlue, ...
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Splitting a caption and cross-referencing

I'm currently writing my thesis and I'm struggling with my redefinition of the caption command. I've got large captions which I don't want to show up in my list of figures. Of each caption I want ...
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Where will a theorem be used?

I have once seen a book (Graph Theory by Reinhard Diestel) where the author flags his theorems by adding on the left/right of the page the reference number of later theorems where said theorem will be ...
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LaTeX Printing reference identifier along side reference number

I am wondering if it is possible to turn on (or create) a feature that would cause all reference numbers to be printed with the variable name that defines that reference? For instance: ...
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How to put numbers in parenthesis using cleveref

I am using the cleveref package for cross-referencing. When I use \cref{tab1} and \cref{fig1} I got the output as table 1 and fig. 1 respectively. I would instead like to get table ...
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Cross-references in eledmac [closed]

When I create an \edlabel{} in a critical text made with eledmac, the result I get from referencing the label with either \edpageref, \lineref, \sublineref or \pstartref don't seem quite intelligble ...
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Labeling part of an equation

How do I label part of an equation using the same counter as for equations? For example, \begin{align} x^2+bx+c&=x^2+bx+\frac{b^2}{4}-\frac{b^2}{4}+c \label{eq:1}\\ ...
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How to check whether two labels fall on the same page?

I'd like to have something like 5--10 in the header of an article (my document is a journal issue) if it spans the pages 5-10, and 5 (as opposed to 5--5) if it is short and fits on one page. I use ...
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Referencing the section of an equation

I'm wondering if there's a way to reference the section that an equation is in. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \section{section 1}\label{sec:first} \begin{equation}\label{eq:eq1} 1+1=2 ...
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biblatex: inherit shorthand

UPDATED MWE I want to cite articles from an encyclopedia, with using the shorthand of the encyclopedia: Like Lastname, Firstname. Art. articltitle. In: NG, Vol. 11, pp. 30–40, p. 35. I want to ...
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referencing in subfloat not working

\documentclass[journal]{./IEEE/IEEEtran} \usepackage{cite,graphicx} \usepackage{url} \usepackage{float} \usepackage{subfig} \begin{document} \begin{figure}[H] ...
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Smartly omit chapter number in equation numbering

In my thesis I use chapters, sections and subsection. I like to have my equations numbered with respect to section, but I want the displayed equations numbers not to include the chapter number. ...
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Keeping the definition of tables/figures separated from main text

Disclamer: This is not a question regarding the micromanagement of tables/figures placement during typesetting, but rather about organization of the original latex file itself. Prologue: During the ...
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How to get caption of figure/table using table reference?

How can I get the caption of figures and tables using their references? Something along the lines of \refcaption{tab:mytable} would print This is a pretty table., which is the caption of the table ...
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biblatex-chicago, backref, and crossref

Using biblatex-chicago with backref=true and longcrossref=false, the list of backreferences of cross-referenced items appears with the parent item, not the child. How can I make it appear with the ...
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How to diagnose a permanent “Label(s) may have changed” warning?

I'm getting the following warning: LaTeX Warning: Label(s) may have changed. Rerun to get cross-references right. The problem is, it doesn't go away after rerunning (any number of times). The ...
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How to get a list of all the labels in a LaTeX document in WinEdt

I am writing a large document using LaTeX and WinEdt. I have labeled each chapter, section and so on. I would like to print out a list of just the labels (so that I don't duplicate one later on, and ...
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LaTeX - Reference Help

I have some problems, when I try to use the command \ref{}. When I compile my LaTeX code, It will not show me any number at all in the final pdf-document eventhough that I am using the correct ...
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Cross reference the equation: number are not consistent [closed]

I have a very weird problem in Latex. I have an equation: \begin{equation} \label{eq:eq1} \end{equation} This equation has the number (1) at the end of it. This is correct and what I want. ...
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Figure labels with custom captions

Currently I am writing a paper for a specific journal which however has a unique style thus causing some malfunctions in LaTex. Let me be more specific. The following is the first figure of the paper. ...
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using tag within align

I have the following code: \begin{align} [m] &= [n] \nonumber \\ &= b \refstepcounter{equation} \label{eq:m} \tag{\theequation,~tag} \end{align} If I cross reference the equation, with ...
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Why can't I renew the \label command in math mode?

When I'm writing a paper and want to refer to a section, figure or equation in a different part of the document, I end up spending a lot of time scrolling through my source code so that I can see what ...
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pageref to label in last page in resume.cls

I am using the class resume.cls for writing my curriculum. I would like to use as page numbers the text "page k out of n", but I seem not to be able to get a reference to the last page. If I add a ...
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Help with cross-referencing an equation

I am trying to learn how to use the \eqref commands instead of just doing tag{1.1}, so I don't have to go back and renumber. I'm having trouble: in problem 3b, I say Now \eq{y(t, \epsilon)= y_0(t) ...
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Cross-referenced equation never becomes defined

I have a strange problem with cross-referencing my equations: no matter how often I run pdflatex they stay undefined. Other references do get resolved. Is there something wrong with the way I label ...