A Digital Object Identifier, or DOI, is a persistent means for identifying content online. They are commonly used with academic articles and allow the document to be found, even if its URL is changed. The DOI of a document does not change, and online databases store metadata, including location, of ...

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Parsing error in bibliography when combining revtex + DOI + @incollection

When I try to cite an @incollection with a DOI using revtex, I get some nonsense in the output: "emph "bibinfo-booktitle- appear spontaneously. Here's a minimal example: I have the following ...
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Including DOI field in bibliography while using multibib package

I am new to Latex and I used multibib package and .bib file. Every thing works great except there is no DOI at the end of entities. All my entities in the bib file have DOI filed and url and I use ...
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How to elegantly break long doi field

This is a code snippet from my paper. \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{bib.bib} @article{baumert62, author = {Baumert, Leonard and Golomb, Solomon W. and Hall, Jr, Marshall}, ...
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Biblatex: Change color of journal title without removing DOI links

I want to change the colour of all journal titles (the ones with hyperlinks and those without) to a blue colour but at the same time keep the hyperlink that uses the DOI of the journal article to link ...