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Yes, this can be done with the environment inparaitem from paralist. Add the following lines to your preamble. \usepackage{paralist} \renewenvironment{thebibliography}[1]{\let\par\relax% \section*{\refname}\inparaitem}{\endinparaitem} \let\oldbibitem\bibitem \renewcommand{\bibitem}{\item[\textbullet]\oldbibitem} Complete MWE: \documentclass{scrreprt} ...

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From tocbibind documentation (page 2): Hence numbib numbers the bibliography in the toc. Remove that option: \usepackage[nottoc]{tocbibind} You should be good to go.

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You will basically need to rewrite the thebibliography environment to remove the sectioning that is done. The default is to use a \chapter* section with a report class. By redefining, you end up with basically just starting a new paragraph. The code below demonstrates: \documentclass[11pt, twoside]{report} %All the packages that I needed. % This is not ...

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We can just redefine the relevant headers before the bibliography. In this case, \fancyhead[LE]{\slshape BIBLIOGRAPHY} is enough. However, this will also affect the heading on the current page unless we insert \clearpage. This doesn't result in an extra page because the start of the bibliography begins a new page in any case. What it does is ensure that ...

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You will need to edit the article function in apj.bst and provide an instruction to print the contents of the entry's title field. I suggest you do so as follows: Make a copy of the file apj.bst; call the copy, say, myapj.bst. Open the file myapj.bst in a text editor and search for the function called article. I believe it starts right after the line ...

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I ended switching from natbib to biblatex+biber. The latter supports the \addbibresources[location=remote] command that can use a link to a .bib file as an input. \bibliography{~/Documents/Dropbox/Mendeley/library,../other_refs} became: \IfFileExists{../thesis_refs.bib} { \addbibresource{~/Documents/Dropbox/Mendeley/library.bib} ...

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This will help % ====== REDEFINE BIBLIOGRAPHY =================== \renewenvironment{thebibliography}[1]{\let\par\relax% \section*{\refname}\inparaenum[\mybullet]}{\endinparaenum} \let\oldbibitem\bibitem \renewcommand{\bibitem}{\item \oldbibitem} Full code: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{xcolor} ...

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If you use biblatex, you can choose a numeric style, for instance, and obtain what you want with this line in your preamble: \usepackage[style=numeric,sortcites=true]{biblatex} The sortcites=true option makes the citations be sorted as in the bibliography.

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