{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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Thesis class error Extra } or forgotten \endgroup on second compile (not first) in float caption

I am adapting a paper to a thesis format, and I am getting an error on the second compile of my document (the first one seems to work fine). I am using TeXshop, v. 2.47; I am compiling using pdfTex ...
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Truncation of “year” field in author-year citations using “apalike” bibliography style

I use the natbib package (with the default authoryear option) and the apalike bibliography style for bibliographies. I would like to cite a forthcoming paper in such a way that "forthcoming" or "to ...
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Slash in year field in author-year citations using “apalike” bibliography style

I use the natbib package (with the default authoryear option) and the apalike bibliography style for bibliographies. I would like to cite the following bibtex entry: @article{Lake2010/11, Author = ...
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Springer bibliography issue - spbasic

I am using Springer's template svjour3.cls. Since it can be easy to obtain package, for example here I am getting directly to the problem. I have the following MWE, some part comes from directly ...
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un-renaming the REFERENCES page, with gatech-thesis and natbib

I'm using the gatech-thesis documentclass with the natbib package. When I use natbib, the title of the references section title changes from REFERENCES to Bibliography. I want to change it back to ...
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Reduce natbib bibliography to one line

I would like my references to look like Foo et al. 2008, Nature, 100, 200 • Bar & Baz et al. 2010, Science, 300, 400 • Einstein, 1905, New Scientist, 5, 6 where "•" is perhaps some ...
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Natbib breaking wrapfig

I am using natbib for citation and am encountering some problems with wrapfigures (or wraptables) which sit next to paragraphs starting with natbibs \citet or \citep (and probably other citation ...
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Natbib giving citation undefined

I have been doing citations using natbib without bibtex and manually entering citations. I keep getting an issue when compiling stating "Citation 'all citations' on page # undefined on input line #" ...
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customize Bibtex citation and bibliography

Using Bibtex and Natbib-package, I would like to have a few changes: citation style (numbering) ==> (author et al., year; author et al., year; etc.) as citation style bibliography style no ...
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Show references in Author, Year, Title, Source, (other data) With Bibtex

I would like to use Bibtex to write references and citations for work for my University. I have got the LaTeX and BibTex combination down perfectly for referances bar one thing. For the reference ...
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Remove issn/doi/url when using plainnat and natbib

I am using natbib and the plainnat style for the references. I would like to know how can I remove the ISSN, DOI and URL from the references without deleting them in the .bib file. I have seen some ...
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Citeauthor{authors} not working as stated in the documentation

I am using natbib package for my citations and whenever I try to cite just the first author I always get et. al. after like \Citeauthor{authors} give me Author et al, xxxx instead of Author. I would ...
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How to change the order of authors in citation

I'm trying to make a citation which list multiple articles and I want them to be sorted in the order I provide them in the \citep{} command. However latex seems to change them to alphabetical order.. ...
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Bibtex numbers in references list, but parentheses in text

How can I achieve a numbered bibliography in the references section, but still be able to use parenthesis style in text? For example, Introduction Following Eva and Wall (2008), we propose to do ...
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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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How to change the “and” in the reference/bibliography into when using natbib?

I am writing something that needs to refer to both Chinese and English papers. I am using natbib to format my bibliographies and I encountered a problem with the presentation of my reference when ...
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Formatting back references in bibliography

I would like to change the way the back references are shown in the bibliography, such that they are all shown within parentheses. So I would like to see (page x, y, z) after my bibitems. This ...
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How do I modify my .bst to accomodate both “and” and “\&” as bbl.and?

I have used makebst.tex to generate a style to match AGPS v6 (PDF Brief of style guide), however, I can't figure out how to get two styles of "and" for in-text citations. Using \citet{} I want to use ...
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onlinecite natbib for REVTeX not working

Is there simple reason why \onlinecite{} could not be working? The specific problem is when I use \cite{} I get the citation as a numerical value. Such as superscript 1 for the first citation. But ...
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change on natbib references

I'm using abbrvnat as my bibliography style, and I wanted to change three things on the way the references are displayed in the bibliography section: 1) Change all of author's name in the reference ...
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Every Natbib's citing option (using plainnat) gives me a number between parenthesis instead of Author-year

I'm kind of new in LaTeX. Every natbib's citing option (using plainnat) gives me a number between parenthesis instead of Author-year. I'm using natbib as package, plainnat as bibliographystyle, and ...
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Natbib: How to use authoryear style in-text and numbering in the bibliography

I am now writing a project paper which has several citations. My tutor requests me to use(Author, Year) style in text for reference purposes, but the bibliography need to have numbering. How do I ...
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\cite cites the name of the authors twice?

I have a bibtex file with @Article{perignon2008banks, Title = {Do banks overstate their Value-at-Risk?}, Author = {P{\'e}rignon, Christophe and Deng, Zi Yin and ...
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Bibliographical note with text appearing before the reference

I am trying to figure out how to have a bit of text in the bibliography before some entries. If a normal bibliographical entry is something like [25] Ash, Culotta, Fahrenkamp-Uppenbrink, ...
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Getting the author name to appear when using the Vancouver bibliography style

I am using Vancouver style for bibliography and I want to get author name also. How can I get author name using Vancouver style? \documentclass [44pt]{amsart} \usepackage{cases} \usepackage [dvips] ...
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Latex ignores natbib longnamesfirst option when using “econometrica” bibliography style

I am confounded as to why in this document latex is ignoring the natbib longnamesfirst option. I have used it in other documents without any problem. Any ideas are appreciated. ...
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apalike2 - multiple authors

I am using a modified version of apalike2. At the moment, the output looks like this: Oneal, John R., Russett, Bruce and Berbaum, Michael L. (2003), Causes of Peace: Democracy, Interdependence, ...
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hyperref URL using BibTeX

I am trying to hyperrefan URL using class scrartcl, Bibtex, package natbib and bibliography style authordate1. The paper is characterised as @article in the .bibfile and as the URL entry is not used ...
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authors with multiple papers, possessive (genitive) form of citation command

I'm having difficulties of citing author which has multiple papers (different years) with possessive (genitive) case. I want the citation like Smith's (1997,2001). I manage to have Smith's ...
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BibTeX: same author, different years

Citing \cite{paper1,paper2,paper3}, with the apalike style, some papers of a same author gives me something like [LastName, 2001, LastName, 2002, LastName, 2003] I would prefer something like ...
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Flowfram doesn't transition from one flowframe to another after updating flowfram package

Today I updated my TeX distribution due to another issue, from a TL13 distro around september 2013, to a TL14 distro (most recent). After I updated, flowfram ignores one of my \newflowframe ...
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Natbib - setcitestyle

I am using natbib and need the following reference output: (Badie 2010: 1-2) Therefore, I am using the setcitestyle command. \setcitestyle{notesep={: }} gives me the following output: ...
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Weird spacing issue mid-paragraph when using natbib, microtype, flowfram and the charter BT font

I'm using natbib, microtype, flowfram and the charter BT font (through the command \usepackage[bitstream-charter]{mathdesign}), and I'm getting the following results: Other instances in my main ...
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How to cite author in IEEE format?

I have to cite authors in a article using the IEEEtran bibliography format. I could use \usepackage[numbers]{natbib} and \bibliographystyle{plainnat} to achieve that, but that would deviate from the ...
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Smith (2010a, 2010b) instead of Smith (2010a, b) during in-line citation

I am using natbib package for my writing. For example, Smith has 2 papers, both published in 2010. I have labeled them as Sm1 and sm2 in my .bib file. Now when I cite the papers using ...
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How to reduce the gaps between words in a reference entry [duplicate]

I am using the Easy Thesis template to write my thesis. I find one of my reference entry contain huge gaps between the words. . I am using natbib bibliography style. How I can reduce or condense the ...
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How to include multiple bibliographies?

I want to include a separate bibliography for each chapter. The question below was trying to achieve the same thing Putting bibliographies at the end of each chapter I have been using natbib alone ...
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Natbib “et” instead of “&” for 2 Author Names

i have to use "et" instead of "&" in my article's citations. I am using Natbib and Har2nat. some text (Author, A. et Author, B.) but i get just some text (Author, A. & Author, B.) ...
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Problem of using natbib with showkeys

After updating from MacTex 2013 to MacTex 2014 natbib and showkeys stopped working together. Whenever pdflatex is processing a citation with both packages enabled, I receive the following error ...
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Two dates in an apa/natbib citation?

I am using natbib, csquotes, and the apa-style. Now, I have a reference to a book where I would like to give the original date as well as the date of the edition I use. I tried using 1710/2009 as ...
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How to update \sectiontitle and \chaptertitle with \putbib and \bibliography?

Pagestyles are defined with titlesec. A two-sided template is used, and in the main pagestyle \chaptertitle is shown in the header of even pages and \sectiontitle in the odd ones. natbib is used to ...
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How to modify the label style of bibliography?

I'm using natbib package and bibliography style ama which I would like to modify. The reference list should be listed like this: 1. Kapur NK, Musunuru K. Clinical efficiency and safety of statins in ...
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RevTex 4.1 - Extra comma in bibliography when JOURNAL field is empty

I have to compile a paper with RevTex 4.1 for submission purposes and I am running into trouble regarding the bibliography page. Whenever I have a citation of a paper which has not yet been published ...
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bib file is not recognized

I am using a template from this journal. In this template the bibliography part is written inside the tex file. I would like to use my own bib file. I tried the following lines at the end of the tex ...
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How to lock the back reference at the top left corner of the bibliography entry?

Anybody knows how to lock the back reference at the top left corner of the bibliography entry by employing BibTeX? The result should be like this: It works to me when using \bibitem (yes, it goes ...
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Citing multiple chapters in the same book under the same reference number

I'm using bibtex and [super,comma,numbers,square]natbib to manage my bibliography at the moment. I've got a single book from which I'd like to cite multiple shorter passages, but I'd prefer to not ...
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natbib - authoryear citations displayed as brackets [1] [duplicate]

I'm trying to use harvard style referencing, and thouhgt I had it figured out, but the citation is shown with brackets. Here is my sample doc: \documentclass[a4paper,norsk,11pt,twoside]{report} ...
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Natbib: Display hyperlinked author-year part in \citet and \citep using numerical (superscripted) option

I want to display an hyperlinked author-year citation with the super option in the natbib package like this: \citet : Lancaster et al. (1999) (19) \citep : (Lancaster et al., 1999) (19) With ...
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Problem in combining hyperref with multibib

I am writing my thesis and the document (in book class) contains multiple lists of references, one per chapter. Thus, I am using multibib package and the command \newcites to group the citations in ...
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\citet and \citep in TeXstudio using natbib [duplicate]

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 ...