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As mentioned in Combining citations at some instance, you are looks for the functionality of mciteplus. This requires a suitable bibliography style and some slight modifications to standard input. As you are using IEEEtran as your bibliography style things are easy: there is an 'out of the box' style to work with mciteplus for this: ...


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After loading cite, update the \citedash to -- (the default is ]--[): \documentclass[conference]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{svdetect_refs.bib} @article{alkan2011sv, title={Genome structural variation discovery and genotyping}, author={Alkan, Can and Coe, Bradley P and Eichler, Evan E}, journal={Nature ...


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Sorry for my ignorance of not searching the original publisher Elsevier: elsevier template. Thanks to @Mico 's advice, and the tool custom-bib/makebst is very useful, which I'll use in future. With command latex texmf-dist/tex/latex/custom-bib/makebst.tex and interactive interface, you can custom various .bst style files as you wish.


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Locate plainnat.bst file on your computer. Copy it to the directory with your *.tex files, rename it to something like plainnatnourl.bst and modify it such that it does not print URLs. You can then use \bibliographystyle{plainnatnourl} Modification should be rather simple. In case of abbrvnat.bst the only thing I had to do was to change FUNCTION ...


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You have to escape the backslash with another backslash. So, if your bib file contains M{\"u}ller you have to enter M{\\"u}ller, but since RefTeX performs (case-insensitive) regular expression search you can also use something like m*u*ller, m*ller or just ller, etc... Remember that you can search in any field in the bib item, not just the author but also ...



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