{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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Single link in (Author, Year) citation style using natbib and hyperref

natbib and hyperref create by default two links to the bibentry in the reference section|chapter of the document: \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{author08, title = {{A Title}}, publisher = ...
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Switching between numeric and authoryear in Natbib

I need to switch between numeric and authoryear style in Natbib, in the same document. Particularly, I want it to be numeric the first time a citation is used and authoryear any subsequent times. Does ...
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Natbib and Chicago

What's the quickest way to adopt the Chicago style for the bibliography (assuming natbib is used)?
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Customizing a biblatex style - can I start with lockstep's post?

I want to customize a biblatex style based on authoryear (and thus based on standard as well). So when I read this, does it mean I have to work with the cumulated paste of both .bbx-files or can I ...
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Where to find bibliography style files conforming to natbib format?

natbib comes with three bst files, plainnat, abbrvnat and unsrtnat. In addition, the documentation states that 'other style files conforming to the natbib format exist,' and I was wondering where I ...
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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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Bibliography style like ieeetr

Are there any bibliography styles that supports both ordering as in ieeetr and author-year (ie. John et al.)?
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Write in Urdu font

I want to write some lines in Urdu font in Tex writing. Someone help me that which packages I must use and how I write in .tex file, either in Urdu text or in English text. Please help me with a ...
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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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Bold labels and more with custom bibtex bst and author-year

I have the requirement to print the labels for the entries in the bibliography in bold, replace the , between multiple authors (if any) with ; and end them with :. The following picture is an example ...
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endnote indentation equal to bibliography

I am using endnote to place my footnotes as endnotes at the end of my book and natbib for my bibliography. As such, i want both list to have the same indentation. I know I can set the indentation of ...
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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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No comma between journal name and journal number

De Gruyter requires no comma between journal name and journal number. So rather than Bird, Steven, and Klein, Ewan 1994 Phonological analysis in typed feature systems. Computational Linguistics, 20 ...
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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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How to cite newspaper with natbib

When I check my bib file, the newspaper article is included as @misc with all the information (I use Mendeley to build up my bib file). In the bibliography, however, the citation only includes ...
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natbib: modifying citation style for particular source type, while others remain default

I'm using natbib and would like to modify the punctuation style for one particular type of source (classical texts), while punctuation for remaining sources should remain at their default settings. ...
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Bibtex/natbib: how can you print same bibliography twice?

I want to compile my document with in the end a list of all my cited sources: 'references', but also a list of 'recommended readings', so a re-print of the same bibliography that outputs ALL sources ...
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Use natbib with alpha style

Is it possible to use natbib together with the alpha style? It doesn't seem to be supported directly in the natbib package. What I mean is that there is no specific alpha-like natbib style, and if I ...
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Formatting of institution as author with natbib and numbered references

I am editing a document to be submitted to an Elsevier journal. The Elsevier document class uses natbib to handle references. I am encountering a problem with the appearance of references that have an ...
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Non-compliant syntax and Natbib

I have been having trouble with my BIB file (exported from Zotero) and have tracked the problem down to non-compliant syntax being used in the URL fileds of my BIB entries. So when attempting to ...
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natbib: how to display partial authors in reference

I am using natbib to manage my references, now I have a problem: my reference list always displays all author names of an article: Marcel H. Schulz, Daniel R. Zerbino, Martin Vingron, and Ewan ...
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How to get APS BibTeX style file to work

I just started to use BibTeX and have found it amazingly convenient. So far I have tried to use the style file h-physrev.bst from arXiv, and copied the BibTeX information directly from the site of ...
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Suppress printing of only \bibentry references with natbib?

This question was basically asked before, but I think that the only answer didn't quite understand the question so I thought I'd try again. I'm writing a paper in which I need to have references show ...
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How to hyperlink name part in \citet using natbib numerical and hyperref

I am using natbib and unsrtnat style for numerical citation with hyperref package. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[square, super, sort]{natbib} \usepackage[dvips, bookmarks, ...
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Prevent ibid tracking in natbib

I want to prevent natbib from replacing a list of author names by a long dash, which is the default behavior for citations with the same authors. Why? Because I'm using \bibentry to place full ...
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How to set the number of the first citation?

I am using BibTeX and natbib for my citations. In the bibliography the first entry usually starts with [1]. Now I would like to shift all the numbers in the bibliography and text by a certain offset, ...
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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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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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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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Referring to a website in `bibtex`

I am referring to a website in a scientific paper, the website is providing some stats. What do I write in the author field? The stats are collected using programs installed on some players PCs. I ...
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How to add URL access date to MLA or APA

I'm currently using the mla-good.bst file for natbib (available as mla-good.bst.zip), but I suppose I don't really care if I use APA or MLA, so I may switch later. The problem I am having is that I ...
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Bibliography using the combine class

I am using the book option of the combine class. When I format the following example, the citations typeset as [0,0] instead of [1,2]. The bibliography items all begin with zero. I did not import a ...
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Why doesn't biobliography with achemso.bst contain article titles

First: I know this question has already been discussed, but the answers don't apply to my case. I want to submit an article to the ACS Journal of Physical Chemistry C using the achemso document class. ...
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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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Natbib cite with abbreviation

I have a webpage I need to cite, whose author is a company (no real person specified). Its full name is Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, abbreviated OASIS. I want ...
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Using natbib with agsm

I am using natbib and agsm for harvard style referencing. My related code is \usepackage{natbib} \bibliographystyle{agsm} Then I am using \citep{} for citations. My problem is that in text I am ...
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natbib: temporary citation for missing references?

Is there a way I can specify a placeholder text for citations in which bibliographies are missing? For instance, I would imagine the syntax might look something like \citep[Author, Year]{AuthorYear}. ...
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natbib bst file with merge functionality

According to the documentation citations can be merged in natbib (several citations appear as one item in the bibliography). The different citations should be separated by semicolons, if the ...
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natbib will not auto-indent and \bibhang is not recognized

Here's my MWE: \documentclass[oneside,11pt]{book} \usepackage[sort&compress]{natbib} % for bibliography \begin{document} \chapter{one} here is some stuff and I'm ...
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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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Alphabetical order in natbib

I have read questions about this, and people say that it is just to include the natbib package and the plainnat style. For some reason my references will not sort alphabetically. Any help on this ...
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Putting bibliographies at the end of each chapter

I have a project that requires that separate bibliographies be maintained for each chapter and that the references appear at the end of each chapter. I am using natbib and I know that I should be ...
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Hyperlinking page numbers and possessive in natbib

I am using natbib for citations and often have to reference specific page numbers of sources, and reference sources in the possessive. I am using hyperref for internal hyperlinks and I have not ...
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Fine tuning natbib for agsm bibliography style, and adding links

Lovely day. I am quite new to LaTeX but picking things up fast. One area which is confusing me greatly is getting my bibliography to work just how I like it. I have settled on natbib with agsm style ...
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Question mark shown instead of citation using harvard

I am getting [?] when citing using harvard. If I use \citeasnoun I get the citation. How do I solve this problem. I am using TeXnicCenter with MikTeX 2.9 and installed the harvard package. ...
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Redefining the citation macro temporarily.

I'm new to latex, but it seems you can temporarily redefine some commands? The problem I have is that normally the citation is (SMITH, 2000). But at times, I'd like to have Smith (2000) instead. ...
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Left-aligning URL with line breaks in bibliography

URLs break fine in my bibliography. My problem is that they are justified which creates a gap between "URL:" and the URL itself (see below). Is there a way to left align only the URL? I am using ...
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Using an en-dash for multiple author citations with natbib

The package natbib renders a citation with two authors Kashiwara and Schapira, for example, as (Kashiwara and Schapira) when I use the command \citep*. Is it possible to have it output ...
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Access fields of bibtex entry (gerplain.bst and \citeauthor)?

I create my references like this \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{scrreprt} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{bibgerm} % literatur deutsch \begin{filecontents*}{reffile.bib} @article{doe:1996, ...
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Natbib and makebst: For three authors, natbib is truncating citations [closed]

I'm using natbib, and a .bst file generated by me with latex makebst. This .bst only puts et al. if citation has more than three authors. \documentclass[]{article} \usepackage[round]{natbib} ...