{sorting} is about sorting document elements. Use this tag in addition to other tags specifying what should be sorted.

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Get bibliography sorted by year in Elsevier article?

Using this code I can not get bibliography sorted by year. It is just mixed and even not in order of appearance in the myrefs.bib file (which is exactly by year). ...
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Sorting a clist in LaTeX3

I have a clist that I'd like to bubble sort. I'm sure this is a simple matter of something like \clist_bubblesort:N or something, but I don't know what the appropriate incantation is. A quick google ...
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Sectioning bibliography by type (with multiple types per section)

I would like to distinguish books from articles, manuals, etc. This can be done by using: \printbibliography[heading=subbibliography,title={Book References},type=book] or ...
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How does BibTeX sort references?

How does LaTeX sort references as it is causing the first reference I have used to be numbered as [2] in the document rather than [1]. See below: Technology has been introduced in various ways within ...
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Sorting a manual bibliography alphabetically by their labels

How to sort the bibliography alphabetically by their labels \begin{the bibliography}{10} \bibitem[Polchinski, 1984]{jpol} Polchinski,~J. \newblock{(1984)}, \newblock Renormalization group and ...
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List of Figures sorted by Figure number

I am using \usepackage{imakeidx} \usepackage{hyperref} and the command \listoffigures to get the list of figures. Some figures are double-column, some are single-column, and LaTeX does not ...
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Index sorting where numbers are indexed

I have a vast document where I have a separate index of dates (really only the year or year range of particular events). I'm using memoir. Sometimes the year is known exactly ...
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Latex citations Bibtex. Wrong capital and alphabetical order [duplicate]

In my bibliography citations are ordered wrong. For example: @inproceedings{17Degroot, title={Critical scour: new bed protection design method}, author={De Groot, M.B.}, booktitle={Journal of ...
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Sorting to match a given list

I am looking for ideas on the following task. I want to sort the entries in \listb to those in \lista. It cannot always be assumed that only the elements of \lista are in \listb; neither can it be ...
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How do I sort two glossaries (list of acronyms and list of symbols) differently?

I use the glossaries package to create a list of acronyms as well as a list of symbols. \usepackage[acronym,style=long]{glossaries} For the list of symbols the standard-glossary is used. Now I ...
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order of multiple keys in \cite-command

The biblatex-command \cite{key} can take several keys, separated by a comma: \cite{ckey1,akey2,bkey3}. The output is a list ordered alphabetically by surname: akey2; bkey3; ckey1 (where key of course ...
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Make nomenclature sort math correctly

I am sorting my nomenclature as suggested by the nomencl package documentation, but \dot{q} is being sorted before a and v, where as the desired sort is: a \dot{q} v The existence of a default ...
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a,b Designation for a lead author with different co-authors in the same year

Biblatex/biber citation sorting: ynt bibliography sorting: nyt Citation1 - Appeared first in 2010 Darwin et al (2010): Citation2 - Appeared second in 2010 Darwin et al (2010) When cited, the ...
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Sorting according to more than one key in pgfplotstable

Is it possible to sort rows of a pgfplotstable according to multiple keys? For example, input file is as follows: Mtx Kind P Sp A LP 16 4.2 C OPT 16 72.5 A LP 64 20.3 B OPT 16 ...
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Is the biblatex toggle behavior expected or should the result stabilize [closed]

In my previous question an issue arose due to the use of multiple bibliographies in the given solution, that I extended here. So the issue is that the numbering in the second bibliography toggles ...
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Biblatex/biber keep cycling and not settle when using custom sort

I'm trying to do a custom sort: citation order -> year/month -> author -> title I think I got it in the style in the code below. However, when I run it: pdflatex -> biber -> pdflatex -> pdflatex. ...
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Biblatex: Chronological sorting in citations only [duplicate]

Presently I am using sort=nyt scheme, which correctly sorts the bibliography section. However, the citations are appearing as: (Author1 et al. 2002; Author2 et al. 1975; Author3 et al. 1999) I ...
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Sorting a list based on the length of each entry

Is there a way to sort an itemized list based on the length of each item? Something like \begin{Itemize} \item a \item aaaaaa \item aaaa \item aaa \item aaaaa \item aa \end{Itemize} which results ...
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Č doesn't sort in bibliography correctly but {\v C} does

I have an example here of an article document using pdflatex, bibtex, and natbib, where the Č character for Čermak isn't sorted in the bibliography correctly. I don't understand why not. Both files ...
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Sorting swedish index with makeidx correctly

I have a problem getting makeidx sort the special characters of the swedish alphabet, å,ä and ö. They are supposed to be the last three positions, but they appear in the index before "A". How can ...
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Sort .bib file from within TexShop

Is there a way to sort a BibTeX file from within TexShop? For instance, I would like to have all items of type @proceedings at the end of the file, and the items otherwise sorted alphabetically (say ...
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How to use a particular field in a specific entry type for sorting in biblatex

In answering this question: Creating Entry in Bibtex for Executive Orders I gave a biblatex solution which used a new entry type for Executive Orders. This particular entry type has no author, but ...
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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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Indexing through texindy in imakeidx with custom .xdy style fails to produce desired order in index

I am trying to produce an index using texindy through the imakeidx make that follows the Sanskrit alphabetical order. I am working in XeLaTeX. I created a custom .xdy style file to be called as an ...
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Strange problem with BibTeX sorting

I know that Umlaute have to be avoided in BibTeX and I am using {\"a}, in fact I use BibDesk and it produces the correct LaTeX code. The sorting works for small characters, but I have one name ...
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Is there a bibtex style that sorts references according to publication type? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Sorting the bibliography by entry type I am updating my CV and I was wondering if there exists a way to sort publications according to their type (articles, ...
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Bibtex style help - alphabetical sort

I have found a Bibtex style that suits my requirements very well as it presents my sources exactly how I want. I am using the \nocite{*} command to display all my bibliography sources from my .bib ...
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Possible to change sort order in natbib?

I have played a little with LaTeX lately and I really like it, it makes the document look top professional and makes structuring a report easy. I am currently using it for a big assignment with lots ...
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Reference sorting within the .bst file

I am using a master thesis template which was prepared from my university. But when I compile my thesis, the references are sorting alphabetically instead of by appearance in the document. I have one ...
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Modifying existing code to sort a list of abbreviations

I have currently the Latex code written in the .cls file to display a list of abbreviations as follows: \newcommand\listnomenclature{Abbreviations} \usepackage{longtable} ...
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A tool for creating a dictionary with right-to-left script

I'm trying to typeset a dictionnary, using Arabic script. I would like to create a list of words in three columns, with Arabic word in right column aligned to the right, its Polish translation aligned ...
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How to sort the entries of a dictionary alphabetically?

This is a follow-up question to: How to automate a dictionary (sorting, headers)? I was wondering if there is a way to sort the entries alphabetically in the following code. I guess myself that ...
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nomencl manually sorting

I have a problem with manually sorting the entries for my nomenclature by the prefixes, and I cannot get it to work. Here is my code; they are supposed to be sorted by the numbers in the prefixes, ...
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bibliography with per-author numbering (and author-year sort)

I'm working on a new edition of a book which uses a very unusual style of bibliography: Entries are sorted in author-year fashion, but then numbered per author or group of authors, e.g.: Milnor, J.: ...
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How to establish a complex sorting scheme of references in biblatex?

The journal in which I intend to publish has some weird sorting requirements for the reference list. The basic sorting is alphabetical but then (quoting from here): "Papers with two authors should ...
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Sort bibliography corresponding to .bib file

I have created a .bib file containing the resources. I'm using biblatex with style=numeric. I would like to have in my document the numbers order as I have inserted the corresponding resources in the ...
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Bibliography is not order by appearance

I have my document with my .bib. My problem is that I can't figure it out how can I do to have the numbers of the references ordered by appearance. For instance when I cite \cite{website:Victhom} it ...
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Order of Figure in a Review Copy article

Order of figures (floats) is a common issue with LaTeX. I'm using a LaTeX template from a journal editor in my article I will submit for peer-review. I cannot thus use any of my own packages or ...
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Natbib+harvard.bst: papers in same year listed in the wrong order

I have a bibliography in which a particular author wrote two papers in the same year. Bibtex is sorting them alphabetically by title, but I want them listed chronologically. (So in the example below ...
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Fail to sort nomenclature using prefix

I'm trying to get my nomenclature to sort alphabetically, including word with accent. Basics! Well, I read all \nomencl documentation and many of your expert answers here... So I tried different ...
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Bibtex reference capitalisation concerning surname additions (van, van der, 't, etc) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Bibtex handling of the Dutch “van” name prefix with natbib In Dutch many people have a surname addition (Jan de Vries, Peter van Sluik), which are capitalized when the ...
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Sorting the nomenclature description

I am using nomencl package to prepare the nomenclature for my thesis. In that, the package sorts the symbols as shown in Figure. But I want the desription of the symbols in Right hand side to be ...
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How to split with chapter, section, … Titles in the index part?

Maybe the title isn't clear. In fact, I'm taking note during my course, and sometimes, teachers said that a thing is a pipe (tip, stuff to know) for the examination. Since the tex have a few of ...
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How to use pgfplotstable's iflessthan key

pgfplotstable offers the iflessthan key to define a custom comparison function: /pgfplots/iflessthan/.code args={##1##2##3##4}{<...>} I just don't know how to use it, there's no example in the ...
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dtx file and history

The \changes command of DTX file is used to record changes. The \PrintChanges command print the list of change, sorted by number ... except when a number is greater than 10. To see the problem, I ...
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Biblatex not compress specific group

I am doing a literature review. And I want to put references about a certain topic inside the table. My question is very similar to: Sort but do not compress numeric citations in BibLaTeX However, ...
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biblatex continuous reverse numbering all but one category

I am updating my cv and the answer biblatex continuous reverse numbering... to my previous question solved my problem, until I realized that I should not count my unpublished articles (which I would ...
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Sorting references, and displaying “References” instead of “Bibliography”

In my \documentclass{llncs}, I use \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage[sort]{natbib} to sort the references of my document. While the above achieves sorting, the section entitled "Bibliography" ...
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Problem with sorting of umlaute in a glossary (pkg glossaries)

I'm currently facing a problem concerning sorting of glossaries. I'm writing my thesis in german, so I also have some umlaute like "ä","ö" and "ü" in my acronyms. For example there is an acronym ...
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biblatex continuous reverse numbering through categories

The answer to Citing a certain type of reference ... almost perfectly solves my problem, but I would like to have the my cv sorted with continuous counting: **Articles** [5] great Article 2 [4] great ...