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Embedding citations using natbib and chicago or APSR

I'm trying to embed citations using natbib and chicago style but I keep coming up short. The errors I get include: 'Cite should not be used with natbib. Use Sort instead; Latex Error: Somethings wrong ...
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How to make the author and year show when citing a source

I am trying to cite a source in my file. I want it to come out as "(see Author et al. (Year) for a discussion)". I already have the natbib package in use, and I set my \bibliographystyle to ...
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Natbib Chronological Parenthetical Citations

I'm using the natbib package along with the chicago bibliography style, however when creating a parenthetical citation in-text, the citations are ordered alphabetically instead of chronologically. Is ...
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abbrvnat without natbib package

I need to use the abbrvnat style for citation without including the natbib package because there is incompatibility between this package and a journal class I'm using. The problem is that when I have ...
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Bibtex-Natbib-Failure to change in-text citations from numerical style to “author-date” style

I am having a difficulty inserting my references in the text in the "author-date" format. I have read all possible blogs and documents and haven't figured it out yet. I am new to this software, so ...
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Too many commas in name: Using Jabref and Texmaker

I'm using the natbib package in Latex with the \bibliographystyle{apalike}. I'm getting errors from my citations and it's due to how I'm listing the authors. The error I'm getting is "Too many commas ...
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Order referencing by appearance AND number (natbib)

I am currently trying to get the references to be listed in order of appearance in my document, rather than order in bibliography. Some info: I am using natbib: ...
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Correct way to cite the page number (only) at the end of the citation

It seems it is NOT correct to include the page number before the citation: According to Ferris [2007, p. 166-167]: "To get an accurate indicator of commercial viability, don't ask people if they ...
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How can I use full citations in footnotes using natbib, chicago style?

I tried using the bibentry package as many people mention on here, but for some reason it will not work with chicago style. I am using BibDesk with a bbl bibliography. This is what my header looks ...
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“Author et al., submitted”, is that possible with \citep?

Is it possible to have "Author et al., submitted" using the package natbib? e.g.: @article{papersubmitted, title = {{I love LaTeX, and you?}}, author = {Author1, Name and Author2, Name and ...
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“and” in citation in the end of row

I write my article in Czech language where "and" = "a" and this little word can't be in the end of the row... how can I force bibtex not to write "and" (or anything else) in the end of the row in ...
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hyperref trouble with natbib citation inside of tabular

I'm using latex->dvips->ps2pdf to create pdf documents. Using natbib's \cite command inside of a tabular environment, I run into trouble that hyperref does not creates a box reference around the ...
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citet vs cite using natbib

this one looks like a question that should be solved just reading the package manual, but oddly I couldn't solve it neither that way. I'm using natbib for a Author-Date bibliography style. I ...
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How to use Harvard style citation in body of text in Lyx?

I am using Lyx 2.1 with Harvard style referencing (Documents > Settings) but when I cite in the body of text, it renders something like following: In Canada, the for-hire trucking activity ...
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Change appearance of natbib \cite locally [duplicate]

I am sorry if this question has already been addressed somewhere; it appears my Google Fu is weak with respect to this question. The Problem I am trying to create a table that compiles experimental ...
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Biblatex: Attach “'s” to author name in citations [duplicate]

I am using biblatex with biber as backend and natbib loaded. What I am trying to achieve is appending an author's name with 's, e.g. in a situation like: [...] as outlined in Krugman's (1989) ...
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Using Harvard Style

Hi I'm using the Havard Style and want to cite a journal, not the author. I'm using natbib and har2nat (because hyperlink didn't work with harvard.sty, and there are some problems with german ...
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Make citation publishing date appear in square brackets when cited in parentheses

I know there are already an answers to the question How to make citations appear within square brackets [ ] instead of parentheses ( )? but there is something else I'm looking for. When I cite a ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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how to do auto-complete in multiple citation

How can I make my multiple citation does auto-complete for the 2nd, 3rd etc in 1 bracket. For single cited eg: \citep{Howard1990} it is ok with autocompletion. But my problem is when I add the ...
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161 views

Specify which of multiple citations is preceded by a prefix in BibTex/natbib/BibLaTeX

I'm trying to add a prefix to a particular citation in LaTeX using BibTex/natbib/BibLaTeX in the context of multiple citations. Here's what I want to appear: Claim made by several authors ...
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120 views

comma separated Lyx Ieeetran bibliography citations

How do you setup Lyx with the ieeetran template to produce citations that are comma separated? for instance: "foo is reported to be bar percent in [1,2,3]". or equivalently: "foo is reported to be ...
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\citet and \citep in texstudio using natbib

I am new with respect to using Texstudio and I have just written my article in Texstudio, but I cannot get the citations right(?) I use the natbib in usepackage in the preamble, it is stated before ...
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1answer
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LaTeX, '&' or 'en' instead of 'and' in references

In the references I want to cite like this: (Author1, author2 en/& author3). So far I only manage to get: (Author1, author2 and author3). Does anyone know how to put en/& in the reference? I ...
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'proper' clickable hyperlinks with biblatex, natbib and hyperref — (Author, Year) style

Based on some experimenting and some reading (here on http://tex.stackexchange.com) I might have solved first issue I had. I have kept a strikeout-version of the first issue so that people have a ...
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1answer
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How to add the citation keys to the bibliography?

How can I add the citation key to the bibliography? Let's take this entry as an example: @book{Fowler1999, address = {Boston, MA, USA}, author = {Fowler, Martin}, description = ...
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Reference style in between author-year and numbers and its LaTeX implementation [closed]

I am at a technical university where there are no templates and rules for writing a dissertation, especially not regarding the bibliography style. My supervisor prefers the author-year style, as it is ...
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.bbl file confusing order

I am using TexShop on the Mac with BibDesk as my citation manager. Here's the short version of my question, if you can answer this then no need to read on: how do I amend my .bst to sort by author, ...
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What is the reason for the following error with natbib?

I keep getting the following error when using natbib for all of the cite commands I have in the document: ! Extra \endgroup. \@cite ...#3\fi \NAT@@close \else #1\fi \endgroup l.183 models: some ...
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1answer
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Styling references using natbib

This should be a really simple question, but I really wasn't able to find it in this forum. The editor of a publication that I'm writing for (Cambridge Journals) asks me to use harvard-style ...
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1answer
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citing inside underline/strike out :tex

I am working on an article, where I need to strike out or underline some of the sentences with citations. I try to do this as \uline{sentence1 \citep{reference1}, sentence continued ...
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1answer
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What is the proper bibliography format to use with natbib? [duplicate]

I have recently asked this question and comments there helped, but I still can't get the result that I am looking for. I reduced my problem to a simple case: Here is my test_bib.bib: ...
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1answer
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Bibligraphy ordering - ignore entry

I am using BibTeX with natbib. My style file orders my bibliography in the order in which articles were cited. Occasionally, however, I want an \cite to be ignored for the purposes of the bibliography ...
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votes
1answer
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Automating order of citations within parenthesis

I'm using chicago style with natbib and am generally happy with the results. What I'm hoping for though is a way to automatically order the appearance of references within each parenthetical citation ...
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votes
1answer
224 views

Lowercase in \citet{}, uppercase in \citep{}

My institute's format standards require that author's name in \citet{} citations should appear with first letter in uppercase, whereas in \citep{}, all letter should be in uppercase. For example: ...
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votes
1answer
362 views

customize insert citation to use \citep{key} in LyX

I am using LyX and would like to know if it is possible to specify which citation command should be used by default for the "Insert -> Citation" function from the menu. Specifically I am using natbib ...
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Classicthesis citation style (author,year instead of numerical)

I'm using classicthesis 4.1 in LyX to write my thesis and I need help with natbib's citation style. I can't seem to change the natbib numerical citation style to (Author et al., XXXX; Author2 et al., ...
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vote
1answer
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How to reformat in-line citations when \nameyeardelim is undefined?

As per the second part of this question, I want to remove the comma from the end of the authors in my in-line citations, e.g., Doe et al., 2013 -> Doe et al. 2013. The solution is to redefine ...
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1answer
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Using \citep{} leads to “! Missing \endcsname inserted.” error

When I am trying to compile my document I get the following error ! Missing \endcsname inserted. if there's a ":" in my cite key. This is my MWE: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,twoside]{article} ...
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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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votes
1answer
227 views

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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votes
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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 ...