{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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How to show all the names of three or less authors in text?

I am using the article document class and the natbib package. When I cite 3 or more authors, this is shown as FirstAuthor et al. I want to change this such that when I have one, two or three authors, ...
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remove “pp.” from references produced by chicago style, re-position page numbers

\documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{amssymb,amsmath,amsthm,amsfonts} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage{tabularx} \usepackage{lscape} \usepackage{dcolumn} ...
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How to allow linebreaks between double surnames of an authoryear-style citation call-out

When citing with double surnames in 'Harvard style' with the natbib package, it sometimes happens to have the start of the citation at the end of one line. It seems that natbib doesn't allow ...
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natbib - bibliography

After some research I found the bibliographystyle "humannat". It does look exactly the way I was looking for, except the new line after "Name, First Name" \documentclass{article} ...
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Outputting One long string as author in Natbib? [duplicate]

I'm using Natbib to display my references in text. For example, @misc{DrinkingWater, author = "Water Quality and Health Council", title = "Drinking Water Chlorination A Review of ...
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Can I get editors in natbib under bibtex?

I use natbib under bibtex. If I want to reference an article in a collection I get the template @InCollection{ID, author = {author}, title = {title}, booktitle = {booktitle}, OPTcrossref = ...
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Editing bst file to underline title

I could not find an option in makebst that would make the titles of articles be underlined, however, using emphasize in an otherwise correct bst I was able to underline it. Unfortunately this makes ...
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\citep is not working

I am new to LaTeX (MiKTeX version) and try to get authoryear citation e.g. (Hugh et al., 2009) using \citep{MCOSW}. But rather it shows the whole list of authors with year at the end e.g. (Hugh ...
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Undefined references in AISTATS 2016 sample submission file

I am trying to write a latex article in the format of AISTATS 2016 (http://www.aistats.org/submit.html) . I use sharelatex framework. I copied their example format in my workspace and tried to ...
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How to force references come up as et al

I'm using natbib referencing, in agsm style. I have had no problem so far with it suppressing articles with 3 or more authors to et al. However for some papers it prints all the author names for my in ...
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natbib: setting max number of authors displayed in the references [duplicate]

How do I limit the maximum number of authors displayed in the references. Example: @ARTICLE{2013Natur.495...76P, author = {{Pietrzy{\'n}ski}, G. and {Graczyk}, D. and {Gieren}, W. and ...
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Change authors separator in natbib, style plainnat

I want to change separator between authors from "and" to "i". I'm happy with the look of style I use: plainnat (natbib). Earlier I managed to change the separator, but with the use of different ...
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Natbib shows reference style without square brackets

I'm trying to get natbib to display the \bibliographystyle{aaai-named} as this documents shows. But when I try, I do not get that result there are no square brackets around the author name and author ...
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List cite aliases next to bibliography

I have the natbib package for my citations. I have defined some alias like this: \defcitealias{source-name}{SN} \defcitealias{source-name2}{SAN} And I cite using this alias: ...
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Is it possible to have authoryear-style citations with the IEEEtran document class?

For school I have to write a paper and use the IEEEtran bibliography style: \bibliographystyle{IEEEtran} % argument is your BibTeX string definitions and bibliography database(s) ...
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References and bibliography with knitr, ESS and AUCTEX

I'm trying to get references working in a knitr Rnw document using ESS, AUCTex, TeXLive, and natbib. Here is a minimal example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \begin{document} ...
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Sorting references alphabetically

I am trying to use a modified (German) bibstyle from the American Economic Review (The original version can be downloaded from http://mirrors.ctan.org/biblio/bibtex/contrib/economic/aer.bst. I have ...
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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} ...
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How do I turn into reference into an et al. reference in the References section?

I want to turn any reference to a paper with more than 2 authors into First-Author-Last-Name et al. in the References section (but also in the actual text). I am using natbib. Is there a way to do ...
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Displaying author's name in a bibliographic entry in the form: Surname, First Initial of Firstname

\RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{Arter95, Author = {David Arter}, Date-Added = {2013-08-11 17:38:06 +0000}, Date-Modified = {2013-09-01 15:13:22 ...
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Bibliography style (vancouver)

I'm quite new with LaTeX, but am trying to write my master's thesis with it. I'm running into a problem with the bibliography style. This is what the school asks for the reference style (with the ...
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Missing letter identification in bibliography for two papers with same author and year. (Natbib+BibTex+makebst)

I've made a custom .bst file, using makebst. When using Natbib, I get for two papers in the same year and author, a letter identifying the two papers as "a" and "b" in the citation. Sadly, no letter ...
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BibTeX style always uses ampersand regardless of choice in makebst

I've now twice generated a bst file using makebst. Regardless of my choice when asked whether to use "and" or "&" for 3+ authors in the reference list, the style always uses "&". I would very ...
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Personal Bibliographystyle: Language conversion not working

I made my on mybibstyle.bst bibliography sytle. I selected german as a language. In the style file it reads % The language selected here is GERMAN FUNCTION {bbl.and} { "und"} FUNCTION {bbl.etal} { ...
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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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Only last name for natbib citep [duplicate]

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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Revtex: rmp with phys rev style bibliography

By rmp option to revtex4-1 sets the citation style to author/year. I'd like to change it to standard numerical citation, as seen in Physical Review Journals, (but with reference section name as in rmp ...
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citation format style change from X & Y to X and Y

I'm using \usepackage{natbib} and \bibliographystyle{agsm}. I want to remove '&' from the citation and replace it with 'and' (Ex: Instead of "Fama & French (1993)" I need "Fama and French ...
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AGPS Harvard referencing style

LaTeX newbie here! I'm using natbib and the 'agsm' bibliography style right now but need a full in-text citation (like what I get in the bibliography). I've played around a bit, and know it works with ...
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Natbib sorting and citation order by appearance

I've started writing my thesis using LaTeX (as recommended by the school) and as a complete novice at it, I've been stuck trying to figure out how to change the citation by order of appearance. I'm ...
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Define bibstyle output hierarchy for doi, url, isbn and issn in BiBTeX

I want to make a hierarchy for printing doi, url, isbn and issn in BiBTeX. Something like this (here "real" means that the bib-field is availably/valid): if "doi" real print doi else if "url" ...
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How to write the year in the reference list in bold when using natbib?

I am using the PhD thesis template by Sunil Patel (version 1.2) with Texmaker/MiKTeX on Windows 7. The template uses the natbib package with the style unsrtnat. Now I want the reference list to ...
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How to keep the year label when citing two references from the same author within the same year?

I am using the natbib package in LaTeX and have found a customized .bst file on some professor's homepage. The file is too large to upload post it here, but I think it is based on the authoryear.bst ...
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apacite with [natbibapa] fails to line-break authors' names in citation callouts when author name has umlaut

\citep causes problem at the margin when the last name has an umlaut (\"{}). This post is related to my last post here: apacite produces inline citations out of text area when using custom margins ...
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Square brackets in Bibliography with `apalike` style

I have a document with this setup: \usepackage[square,authoryear]{natbib} ... \bibliographystyle{apalike} \bibliography{bib} Which is producing Bibliography entries like: Batty, M. (2007). ...
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Reference year sequence change

I am working with a report type document, with the settings of: \usepackage[round]{natbib} % omit 'round' option if you prefer square brackets \bibliographystyle{plainnat} \setlength{\bibsep}{18pt} ...
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The references are not compiled in a latex file with only a table

I have a latex file as follows. I have document.bib, natbib.bst, and natbib.sty in the same directory. The latex file compiles, when I use pdflatex command, but the references appear in from of ? Any ...
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Reference Name Abbreviation

I'm writing up my thesis in LaTeX, using the natbib package for my reference list. I was wondering if there was any way to abbreviate a reference name from the second in-text reference onwards? i.e. ...
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How to create italic “in press”-year labels for in-text citations by modifying the bibtex style file

I'm looking for a way to add "in press" in italics into my bibtex-style file for publications for which a doi already exists. As I'm using a Natbib-AuthorYear reference style, I have to add this in ...
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How to single space bibliography ENTRIES (not the space between entries) using package natbib?

I'm filing out a template that uses natbib. Need to make the entries themselves single space. I know about the bibsep command to adjust between entry space (e.g. \setlength{\bibsep}{0.0pt}) just ...
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Changing natbib style from authoryear to numbered for a small section

I am writing a paper for a journal that requires citations in author-year format. I can produce this using \usepackage{natbib} and \cite, \citep commands as shown below. However, I want to produce ...
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Can't format bibliography as i would like

i'm trying to include a particular reference in my bib. Below is what i've put in my bibtex file. @UNPUBLISHED{goyalgagnon2015, title={Social Structure, Markets and Inequality}, author={Gagnon, ...
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Natbib citation error

One of my citations is breaking my document. If I build it with the citation uncalled in the document and a fresh .bbl file, the document builds fine. If I try and call the citation, it breaks the ...
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URL of cited web site in bibliography

I am using natbib with the chicago style as bibliography style. I am trying to cite a web site, but in the bibliography the URL (given in the BibTeX entry) is not printed. Is there a simple solution ...
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Delete period after howpublished field in bibliography using natbib and agsm

I am using natbib with agsm.bst and \documentclass{book} I have howpublished field in .bib @misc entry. @misc{BHF2014, annote = {[Accessed: July 2015]}, author = {{British Heart Foundation.}}, ...
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Can I use natbib with beamer?

Can I somehow use natbib with beamer now? When I try to load the natbib package the file does not compile. There is some old evidence that there is a conflict here: Beamer and Natbib. But maybe this ...
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Show only first author in citation call-outs

I am using scrbook and the natbib package. What I basically want to do is that in the reference when using \citep only the last name of the first author and the year should be shown no matter how many ...
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AIP conference proceedings template - issue with BibTeX

I'm currently using the aip-cp.cls class file for generating an AIP conference paper using LaTeX. In general, everything is working fine apart from the references which are generated at the end of the ...
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Custom punctuation and format in references using [natbib]{apa6}

I need to change to reference entry format. I am using [natbib]{apa6} for managing my references; basic structure is as below: \documentclass[natbib]{apa6} \begin{document} ...
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Op.cit. for a single author with more than one source

I’m using opcit package to generate footnote style citation. Sometimes I have two bibliography entries with the same author, and if I cite them both in a text, the subsequent \cite command will ...