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For reasons known only to the Public Library of Science (PLoS), the journal names are stripped of periods, so “J. Amer. Math. Soc.” would become “J Amer Math Soc”, which is very dubious. The solution is not to use the @article type for something published on arXiv, because arXiv is not a journal. File example.tex % Template for PLoS % Version 3.0 December ...


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This is what you have to do. Save a copy of plainnat.bst as myplainnat.bst in your document directory. The path of plainnat.bst is TEXMF/bibtex/bst/natbib/. Then open myplainnat.bst in your editor and search for the lines: FUNCTION {format.bvolume} { volume empty$ { "" } { "volume" volume tie.or.space.connect series empty$ 'skip$ ...


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Even though pdfLaTeX (with the right input encoding settings) can process utf8-encoded letters correctly, BibTeX can not, i.e., it chokes on characters such as á and š. You therefore have to change the way the accented characters are coded. author = {Mit{\'a}{\v s}ov{\'a}, Helena} BibTeX (not LaTeX) will "read" this as "Mitasova" -- note: no accented ...



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