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\Users is an undefined command. Use / as the path separator.


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To achieve what you want, change your Title field to Title = {{\textcolor{red}{\textbf{Messing with Devils all over the World}}}} that is, add an extra pair of braces. MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @inproceedings{2015-3, Author = {\textbf{James Bond}}, Booktitle = {Doctoral Symposium at the ...


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In order for BibDesk to use a particular style file in its TeX preview, the .bst file only needs to be somewhere where a normal TeX distribution can find it, such as in TEXMFHOME. Since we're talking about a Mac here (because of BibDesk), this usually means that it needs to be in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bst/. (If you do not know how to set up the TEXMFHOME ...


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You can use \MakeLowercase{\cite{key}}. MWE: \documentclass [11pt, proquest] {uwthesis}[2014/11/13] \begin{document} \textpages \chapter{Blah \MakeLowercase{\cite{key}}} \cite{key} \begin{thebibliography}{1} \bibitem{key} Author. \newblock Title. \newblock {\emph{Journal}}, Numbers. \end{thebibliography} \end{document} Output: BTW: Use ...


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This is part of IEEEtran.bst: % The more flexible and complex design used here was motivated in part by % IEEE's rather unusual bibliography style. For example, IEEE ends the % previous field item with a period and large space prior to the publisher % address; the @electronic entry types use periods as inter-item punctuation % rather than the commas used by ...


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If you load the natbib citation management package (with the option numbers, since it looks like you use a numeric citation call-out style), you could issue the following citation command to achieve your objective: \cite[\S12.3.2]{<foo>} where <foo> is the key of the bib entry you wish to cite. Here's the output of a minimal working example ...


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As a general rule, in order to produce the bibliography you have to run the bibliography engine (bibtex in your case) after compiling the main document. You get that warning because you didn't run bibtex. In AUCTeX, you can only issue C-c C-c RET, generally AUCTeX is able to suggest the right operation to do force running bibtex with: C-c C-c bibtex RET ...


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This is explained rather well in the document TameTheBeast. The solution is to write Theo as {\relax Th}eo in the bibliography file. This way {\relax Th} is treated as a single special character by the bibtex processor and in particular it is not shortened to just T when creating the abbreviation. A "special character" is any group {\...} at the top ...


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In case you're still wondering: \cite[e.g.,][]{foo2012, bar2014} I guess the magic is the extra brackets.


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for forcing the formatting in BibTeX, I use the double braces, e.g.: Urldate = {{15/01/2014}}


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It's almost as easy as changing \nobibliography* into \nobibliography{<file>}: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{bla, title={blabla}, author={me} } @book{blabook, title={blablabook}, author={me} } \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage{bibentry} \bibliographystyle{plainnat} \begin{document} ...


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The appearance of your bibliography is determined by this command: \bibliographystyle{style-name} You can preview a brief list of author-year bibliography styles here: As Mico identified, your current bibliography style is ACM-Reference-Format-Journals, and it gives this output: The year is listed twice, but this appears to be a property of the ...


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A solution to your problem would be to add a script to your git workflow, that reformats your .bib-file. One such tool is biber in toolmode. Calling: $ biber --tool example.bib results in a nicely formated file called example_bibertool.bib: @ARTICLE{bib:farzaneh, AUTHOR = {Seyed Amir Farzaneh and Mehran Sohrabi}, BDSK-FILE-1 = ...


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Something like this? Use the ifplatform package and its \if.... macros to test and define some command. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ifplatform} \newcommand{\DropboxPathPrefix}{% \ifmacosx% /users/def/TeX% \else% \ifwindows% D:/TeX% \else% \iflinux% .% (local directory) Change to appropiate values \else% \ifcygwin% % ...


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unsrt numbers citations in the order they appear in the document. The 2 in the \cite{} command and in the .bib file is just the "key" that's used to refer to the entry; it has nothing to do with the numbering of the citations. I don't see how it could simplify the citations: the whole point of BibTeX is to make it so you don't have to worry about any of ...


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Here's my entry for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: @misc{udhr, organization = {{United Nations}}, publisher = {Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights}, title = {Universal Declaration of Human Rights}, year ...


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I'm guessing you have a TeX distribution with an older version of fontspec which doesn't yet automatically run the option Ligatures=TeX when executing \setmainfont. If you change the instruction to \setmainfont[Ligatures=TeX]{Times New Roman} you'll get the typographically appropriate quotation marks and an "en-dash" instead of "--" to denote the range of ...


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Too long for a comment: Please try the following complete, compilable MWE: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{bertrand, author = {Bertrand, M. and Duflo, E. and Mullainathan, S.}, title = {How Much Should We Trust Difference-In-Differences Estimates?}, journal = {Quarterly Journal of Economics}, volume = ...


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The original author of achemso, Mats Dahlgren, included various non-standard BibTeX entry types in achemso.bst. When I took over the package and revised for v2.0 these non-standard types were retained: the last release on this major branch was 2008/04/16 v2.2i. The bundle was heavily revised in 2010 to properly support submission to the ACS and to address a ...


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If you only want this change for a few @MastersThesis entries you can just use the type field to override the standard bibstring . @MastersThesis{MPhil2015, Title = {Title}, Author = {Author, A. B.}, type = {MPhil Thesis}, School = {Univ. XYX}, Year = {2015}, } If you prefer "MPhil Thesis" to be the default, you can make it so via ...


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You can use the \vphantom command to include the closing bracket but not showing it, i.e. @book{test_123, title = {How to use \{\vphantom{\}} in Bib(La)TeX?}, author = {Vinckevicius, Aurimas} } works for me with normal BibTeX and the following tex file: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \cite{test_123} \bibliography{references} ...


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When using biblatex, just state this in your preamble: \usepackage[backend=bibtex,firstinits=true]{biblatex} If you want to add an unsorted style use this: \usepackage[backend=bibtex,style=numeric-comp,sorting=none,firstinits=true]{biblatex} I currently use this line: ...


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With biblatex, we have to modify \blx@citation@entry, a command called for each citation item: \makeatletter \def\blx@citation@entry#1#2{% \blx@bibreq{#1}% \ifinlist{#1}{\blx@cites} {} {\listgadd{\blx@cites}{#1}% \blx@auxwrite\@mainaux{}{\string\abx@aux@cite{#1}}}% \ifinlistcs{#1}{blx@segm@\the\c@refsection @\the\c@refsegment} {} ...


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One can't mix \bibliographystyle command and biblatex package. The style=... option is used for this feature. Use \printbibliography and the preamble - only command \addbibresource \documentclass[11pt]{report} \usepackage{geometry} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{acronym} \usepackage{times} \usepackage{epstopdf} \usepackage{amssymb} ...


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Using and rather than , as the keyword to separate authors is the first part. The second is to determine which parts of each name constitute first names and surnames. If you write author = {Aline Vieira de Mello and Luciano Copello Ost and Fernando Gehm Moraes and Ney Laert Vilar Calazans}, BibTeX will parse each name as follows: First ...


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I think what you are searching is the powerful biblatex, coming with all the utilities you need. I made some minor edits to the example, to keep it up to date. You need to decide, if it is applicable to your own project. I used article in the example to keep everything on one page. Which documentclass you are using doesn't really matter. ...


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As already noted in the comments: JabRef is alive and well and can do the task. But you also asked if there is another tool that can do the job. So here is my answer using bibutils: bibutils is a collection of programs that can convert to and from MODS XML as an intermediate format. In order to convert from BibTeX to tagged Endnote simply call: $ ...


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The problem occurred because a comma was missing in .bib-file, so always remember to add comma between your statements in the bibtex database. See the following code for the fix: @INBOOK{Oestreich-Janzen, author = {S. Oestreich-Janzen}, editor = {Lewis Mander and Hung-Wen Liu}, title = {{Comprehensive Natural Products II}}, ...


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You can change the text via the IEEEtranBSTCTL special BibTeX entry, as documented in the manual (Section VII, page 7): @IEEEtranBSTCTL{IEEEexample:BSTcontrol, CTLname_url_prefix = "[Online]. Disponible en:" }


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To change et al to et al. : Locate FUNCTION {bbl.etal} in spbasic.bst (or in the copy of this file, as suggested in Guido's answer). Change {"et~al"} to {"et~al."}



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