{natbib} is a package for bibliographies and citations. It is especially designed for the author-year type citation styles that are common in the natural and social sciences.

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natbib bibliography/references section SPLIT into sections

I have a Bibliography section which I'd like to split into sections, like this: References Conference and workshop proceedings Reference 1 Reference 2 Journal articles Reference 3 Reference 4 ...
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Using different bibliographic styles in the same document [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can I have two different styles of bibliography in the same document? I'd like to use in the same document: the numerical style in natbib to list my own bibliography ...
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Implementing \bibhang in multibib

I have been using moderncv as a template for several years, but I am now trying to solve a problem that has long bothered me: being able to use \bibhang in my list of publications. The moderncv ...
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multibib and links to bibliography (with hyperref, natbib)?

I'm using the multibib package but cannot get links to work with it and hyperref. Is this combination possible? A sample document follows: If I add a \usepackage{natbib} in the preamble then links do ...
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Natbib package error? Bibliography not compatible with author-year citations

I'm trying to write an article for a journal using it's LaTeX class and there seems to be an issue with the bibliography. I'm getting the following error message: Package natbib Error: ...
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question marks instead of citations / extended problem

I am having trouble with generating references. For some citations instead of authors names the file generates question marks. I tried the suggested found in this forum and already I am aware for the ...
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Is it possible to italicize journal names and book titles through the .bst file?

I am working on an article for a Springer journal, and the specifications for manuscripts clearly ask to italicize all journal names and book titles. Doing it manually feels stupid, so I wonder if ...
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Combining citations for two different sets of authors with Natbib when they share a common lead author

I use natbib and bibtex. I have 2 different articles as follows: Article 1- Written by authors A, B, C, and D in year 2000. Article 2- Written by authors A, C, E, and G in year 2003. I want to ...
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Harvard style citations with numbered bibliography [closed]

I have exactly the same question as here: Natbib + BibTeX: How can you show the bibliography in order of appearance AND numbered? i.e. I want Harvard-style citations in the text but just to add ...
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How to get () instead of [] in bibliography list? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use 1. (number followed by dot) format instead of [1] format in bibliography I would like to use round parentheses () instead of square brackets [] for citations ...
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Redefine \defcitealias{key}{text} to include optional arguments?

Among a hundred or so citations in my thesis only one misbehaves. It is a book with four authors, say Abraham, Barminton, Cetralini and Durman (2008), that never appears as Abraham et al (2008) --- ...
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Modifying natbib \citep

I need to use a "modified Harvard" citation style for one of my papers, in which the citation should look like (Jones, 1990:99) where the author is Jones, the year is 1990 and the page is 99. ...
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biblatex: only use ibid in certain situations

biblatex has the option of using "ibid" in citations with the authoryear-ibid option. With this option activated, my pdf output contains both: (I) (ibid.); and (II) John (ibid). I would like to ...
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how to use citation in references [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Citation in bibliography when having multiple authors I'm using bibtex for writing references with natbib package. If I use \citet command I get something like Green et ...
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Superscript page numbers with natbib

I'm with an annoying problem with natbib. When the super parameter is used, the citation happily goes superscript but the page or chapter number doesn't. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[numbers, ...
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APA conform \bibentry in document's body using natbib

I would like to cite some bibentries in full text in the body of my document. @Gonzalo Medina provided a solution to an almost identical problem which is (marginally modified) shown below. ...
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Citing a Web Page with no author

For my thesis, I need to cite a lot of web-sources with no specific author. I'd like them to appear in the bibliography in the following format <title> <year>, accessed <date ...
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Contents of title field “all lowercase” for BibTeX entry?

Online resources like this: @MISC{Google:AppEngine:Datastore:Java:API, author = {Google}, year = {2012}, month = "April", title = {Google App Engine Datastore Java API}, url = ...
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Citations with no date, e.g. (Aristotle n.d.)

I need to cite a work from antiquity that has no known date, using natbib and author-year citations. The best suggestion I've found is to write the citation using "n.d." (no date) for the year of ...
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Alphabetic order in bibliography with natbib package and author-less entries

i'm new, so I hope to do everything correctly :D My question is fairly simple: I've the natbib package loaded in a document, and some bibliography entries have no author. Those entries are put at ...
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Use citeauthor with a bibliography style other than plainnat

I am trying to use \citeauthor from the natbib package with a bibliography style that is provided by a journal. Is this possible? I looked at plainnat.bst, but I didn't see any instances of ...
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Conflict with Natbib [closed]

I am currently writing my thesis and I've ran into a problem while increasing the complexity of the packages I needed to use. I was originally using the \cite{} macro to do all the references but I ...
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book title abbreviation in references

I'm writing my PhD in philosophy with LaTeX (using TeXshop and Bibdesk on a Mac) and I have a question: I use the work of one philosopher frequently, so I introduce a list of abbreviations in the ...
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Extraneous space inserted before citealp command

I am defining a citation (using the citealp) command and using it like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[super]{natbib} \setcitestyle{square,citesep={; }} ...
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author-year and footnote citations in biblatex

I use natbib and switching to biblatex in order to produce documents that can be converted with relative ease between author-date citations with a reference list and the "everything in footnotes" ...
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Natbib citations do not show the full author name

I am using the ucthesis class with natbib package. None of the \cite, \citet and \citep commands, show the full author name. They just show the very last part of the author's name in the bib file ...
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How to suppress insertion of letter labels after year for references from the same year

I hope this is a simple question, but I've been googling it all evening and haven't made much progress. I am currently working on converting my CV to LaTeX (which is going quite well), but I've come ...
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Add Retrieved-on-date field, using natbib and agsm

For my bibliography I am using natbib package with agsm style using following commands \usepackage{natbib} \bibliographystyle{agsm} Question: How Can I insert "Retrieved” or “Last accessed with my ...
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natbib does not properly show author-year

I imported natbib properly: \usepackage{natbib} Now, when citing in the parenthetical style: \citep[p. 12]{MyKey} , where I am sure that my key exists and the author and year are set, in the pdf ...
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How can i have custom bibliography style

My university is following the following format for the bibliography: Qamar, R., Ayub, Q., Mohyuddin, A., Helgason, A., Mazhar, K., Mansoor, A., Zerjal, T., Tyler-Smith, C. & Mehdi, S.Q. ...
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Cannot see the .bib file contents

I'm realty new at using LaTeX. But I have an problem getting an .bib file to show in my output: \documentclass[]{article} \usepackage{natbib} \begin{document} \title{Title} \author{Author} ...
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Putting \citep and \citep* together

I'm using BibTeX and natbib and trying to make a single \citep block where two entries are expanded (i.e. I would cite them individually with \citep*) and one entry is not. That is, the desired ...
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Natbib setcitestyle causes “undefined control sequence error”

The following test code works if I comment out the \setcitestyle line. If I don't it throws a "undefined control sequence error." What's wrong? (I'm using the MacTeX-2011 distribution.) ...
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Custom bibliography style (natbib like) with biblatex

I have just switched from natbib to biblatex, and I am trying to restore some of the previous layouts. I have this import now: \usepackage[natbib=true,style=verbose-ibid,isbn=false]{biblatex} which ...
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Using different aliases for textual and parenthetical citations in natbib

I need to define distinct aliases in textual and parenthetical citations for the same reference. For example, I would like \citetalias{Miller2012} to result in "Miller et al. [2012, Paper 1]", while ...
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Disable compression of author-year citations in natbib

I would like to disable the compression of author-year citations in natbib. For example, the following source code generates the output "[Miller, 2001, 2002]": \documentclass{article} ...
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Natbib of DOI with bad characters

I have a BibTeX file with the following entry: @article{Garbrecht1998, title={The treatment of flat areas and depressions in automated drainage analysis of raster digital elevation models}, ...
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How to cite two references and include their pages with natbib?

\cite[p.~11]{Author1:2003a} This inserts the number of page only for one author like "(Author1, 2003, p. 11)" However, I would like something like "(Author1, 2003, p. 11, Author2, 2003, p. 22)" ...
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\citetitle and \citeeditor using the natbib & hyperref packages

I am very much committed to the natbib package, but still want to cite different fields of my bibliography items. For this I am using this code found in a google forum. ...
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How do I use “John et. al. 1990 ” citation for more than two authors?

I am trying to use natbib for citation. Whenever I am trying to use more than two authors for citation instead of using "et. al. " , citation becomes number format instead of author year citation. I ...
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natbib authoryear error [closed]

I'm getting natbib error: Bibliography not compatible with author-year citations. The 'help' says Check the bibliography entries for non-compliant syntax, or select author-year Bibtex style ...
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Problem organising Harvard bibliography

Please help! My thesis bibliography is formatted in a modified Harvard-esque style (natbib). My examiners have requested that multiple papers by the same first author are cited in date order, but I ...
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Non superscript citations for figures

Is it possible to reference figures like so taken from \emph{ref. \cite{reference}} with non superscript numbers, while leaving the rest of the references in the bulk of the document untouched? ...
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Adding urldate to url function? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: urldate in BibTeX gets ignored My university has their own .bst file for outputting references. But the urldate of internet articles is not included. There is a function ...
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Citing the initials of one author and the full names of other authors

In some academic circles, such as theoretical physics, during a presentation it is customary for the talking author to cite himself using only his initials, while leaving the remaining author names ...
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Natbib: LASTNAME, Firstname (Year) style

I would like BibTeX citations to appear as LASTNAME, Firstname (year): Title etc. in the references. There should be no "bibliography key" [...] in the references section, and citations should ...
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BibTeX, Natbib, and Algorithm2e

I'm trying to prepare a journal submission, and I'm having trouble getting natbib to play nicely. When I include natbib in my document, it gives me the following error: ! Undefined control sequence ...
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Using “and” instead of ampersand in natbib in-text citations (“\citet”)

I am using natbib and a modified \bibliographystyle that approximates the APA style (downloaded from here: http://web.reed.edu/cis/help/latex/images/apa-good.bst.zip). The only problem is this: In ...
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Changing the colon to a comma after the vol.(num.) in bst file

I need to change the format in the .bst file that I am using. The format currently as: Beth, T. and Gollmann, D. (1989). Algorithm Engineering for Public Key Algorithm. IEEE Journal on selected ...
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natbib | Question Mark instead of Citation

I've spend hours already trying to get natbib running. Im using Texmaker on Windows XP and just cannot find the problem: I made sure the link to the .bib file is correct I changed the bibliography ...