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This is not a solution for the question, but to the problem. Instead of adding the inpress keyword to the keyword biblatex field, one can define a new bibcheck and use the check option of \printbibliography. \defbibcheck{inpress}{ \iffieldequalstr{pubstate}{inpress}{}{\skipentry} } and then \printbibliography[check=inpress]

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The problem is that you need to specify overwrite in the map. Try this: \DeclareSourcemap{ \maps[datatype=bibtex]{ \map[overwrite]{ \step[fieldsource=pubstate, match={inpress}, fieldset=keywords, fieldvalue={inpress}, append] % fieldset=note, fieldvalue={inpress}, append] } } } BUT, Also ...

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See xstring manual, 3.4 Catcode and starred macros. You have to use the starred version of the test macro, if you want to use macros therein. \renewcommand{\url}[1]{ \StrBehind{#1}{:}[\tempa] \StrBefore{#1}{:}[\tempb] \IfBeginWith*{\tempb}{mailto} {\href{#1}{\nolinkurl{\tempa}}} {\oldUrl{#1}} }

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To compile xelatex, biber, xelatex in Sublime Text 3 on a per document basis: Select Tools, Build System, LaTeX (I am using LaTeXing for ST). Now add this to the top of your main tex file. %-*- program: xelatex -*- %-*- program: biber -*-` %-*- program: xelatex -*- Use Cmd+B to invoke compiling. To see the results in Skim, go to ...

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I like your question. Yes, it is possible get the tweet and add to bibliography. I made a 'code' that allow to cite a tweet. Firstly, I am going to explain the idea and after I explain the code. (It is used latex and python) The idea It is possible get a tweet using curl (the string obtained is json format) and the latex package download allow to use ...

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I'd rather post this is a comment than an answer since it doesn't reference Sublime Text 3, but I don't have the reputation for commenting. Anyway, at least in Texpad on Mac creating a custom build script is very easy. You only need to make a .tpbuild script (which is just a BASH script); #!/bin/bash # run a .Rnw file through knitr first # R -e ...

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To get rid off the warning you can change the input code to utf8 for your .tex-file. With the following changed MWE I have no warnings or errors from biber and only one warning with the .tex-file (because package filecontents generates this warning). I marked the changes with %!!!!!!!! Your MWE with some changes: \RequirePackage{filecontents} ...

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Put the biber.exe into MikTex bin path. It is: %MIKTEX DIRECTORY OF INSTALATION%\miktex\bin\ or C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Roaming\MiKTeX\2.9\miktex\bin EDIT: But if you would like a local texmf tree, it necessary add the local bin directory to the %PATH%. In your case it's not only c:\localtexmf, it is c:\localtexmf\miktex\bin (if necessary, restart the ...

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I tried the procedure proposed by @cerran by I got the following message, on Win 8, Missing right curly or square bracket at C:\Users\HUMBER~1\AppData\Local\Temp\par-68756d626572746f736869726f6d6f746f\cache-c38a9b05b97a81d339b4947ba00f0aacefe00497\inc\lib/Biber.pm line 334, at end of line syntax error at ...

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It is possible usingbiblatex, but it is mandatory to use biber as backend. You need to use \addbibresource[location=remote]{*url*} The file .bib in google drive must be public, or accessible by link, and it is necessary change the url from: https://drive.google.com/file/d/XXXXXXXX/edit?usp=sharing to ...

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According to the documentation of biblatex, the field month should contain a number, not the month name. From section 2.2.2: month field (datepart) The publication month. This must be an integer, not an ordinal or a string. Don’t say month={January} but month={1}. The bibliography style converts this to a language dependent string or ordinal where ...

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Ok, it was rather simple. The title of a publication contained the \$ sign. Found this when trying to create a mwe. Escaping it like this helped: Title = {Gartner Says Worldwide Enterprise IT Spending to Reach \\$2.7 Trillion in 2012}, It's somewhat embarassing that I didn't try figuring it out like that myself. Thanks for the kick in the butt and maybe ...

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It is possible to include a bbl created with bibtex instead to biber. Thus use the backend=bibtex option, run bibtex on your system, and then upload the bbl file to arXiv. The second option is to upload all style files required by a recent version of biblatex (but you have to include too many files) as well as the bbl file.

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In support of the accepted answer, I just wanted to add a test file for reference. Basically, a bibliography can be compiled either with "plain" bibtex, or with biblatex with bibtex backend, or with biblatex with biber backend. In all three cases a .bbl file is produced - but in all three cases the format of the .bbl file is different! \bibitem occurs in ...

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There's two problems here: 1st: the reason compilation fails is due to wrong sequence of brackets in ({LDA)} in the abstract field of hastie_discriminant_1996. 2nd: the warnings with Biber reported the following issues are due to biber not recognising your page fields as ranges as they should be, according to the biblatex documentation: Range fields ...

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