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Bibtex solution: Multiple bibliographies are not possible with standard bibtex. However, the multibib package allows for it. multibib offers the \newcites{ac}{Academic} commands that appends the proxies ac to standard bibliography commands, i.e., \citeac, \nociteac, \bibliographystyleac and \bibliographyac. The second argument is the heading of the ...


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ulem package is making an underline and preventing the title from being broken over a line in this context. Simply removing the package is simplest and then the title will be set in italics and break over a line with no issues.


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John Wiley & Sons, has to be John Wiley \& Sons, otherwise you will get an error on the & but then latex bibtex latex latex should produce the image shown. (Your description sounded like you ran bibtex first which would be incorrect)


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There are several errors; David Carlisle has already pointed out some of them in the comments. You must "escape" the & symbol in the publisher field, i.e., write \&. Since it looks like you want to use the apacite package and associated bibliography style, don't encase a URL string in \url{...}. Instead, just write url = "...",. Do fix the ...


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You can use biblatex categories. By manually adding a category like follows you can suppress some entries in the bibliography: \DeclareBibliographyCategory{nobibiograpphy} \addtocategory{nobibiograpphy}{test1} Try this (note I used biber instead of bibtex as the engine): \begin{filecontents}{mytestbib.bib} @book{test2, author = "T. Testing", ...


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revtex4-1 acts on footnotes in a quite strange way, saving them for printing in the references section Use \protect\int: positions.\footnote{% $\protect\int_{-\infty}^\infty e^{-\vec{x}^T A \vec{x}+\vec{B}^T \vec{x}} d^nx= \sqrt{\frac{(\pi)^n}{\det{A}} }e^{\frac{1}{4}\vec{B}^{T}A^{-1}\vec{B}}$. This can be verified by applying the unitary transform ...


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The keys I use are of the form LastNameOfFirstAuthor-InitialsOfLastNamesOfOthers:Keywords-From-Title For example @Article{Abbena-G:cosymplectic, author = {Abbena, E. and Grassi, A.}, title = {Hermitian left invariant metrics on complex Lie groups and cosymplectic Hermitian manifolds}, journaltitle = {Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. A ...


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I have created a hack that works. I'm using biblatex. In a .bib file there is this entry: @Misc{crete, addendum = {Bull-leaping in Crete.}, annotation = {Bull-leaping in Crete. Photo by Wolfgang Sauber, Wikimedia Commons.} } The image file is named crete.jpg. I created a \Figura command with this definition: ...


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I use lastname.first_letter(s)_of_firstname:year:title, where title is a single word representing the title. For example: @article {nichols.a.e:1971:brief, author = {Nichols, Ann Eljenholm}, file = {[[/home/me/library/Nichols, A. E.; 1971; Ælfric and the Brief Style.pdf]]} journal = {Journal of English and Germanic Philology}, ...



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