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You could basically use any symbol for this, I decided for a bunch of + characters, which do not occur very often and stored this to a command, which is then used in a redefined \@citex command, which is called by \cite. The \@citex command is taken from latex.ltx, i.e. the LaTeX kernel. Of course, any package using a different \cite definition will break ...


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I use amsrefs because I like to annotate my bibliographies, and that's much easier in the amsrefs structure. Publishers have never complained about my using it, although some have asked me to do some work getting the italics how they want, and such minutiae.


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You can achieve it by testing if doi is empty inside the function format.url. Replace your format.url by the following: FUNCTION {format.url} { doi empty$ { url duplicate$ empty$ { pop$ "" } { "\urlprefix\url{" swap$ * "}" * } if$ } { "" } if$ }


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For citing sources using BibTeX, you should use \cite{...}, and when you don't cite any sources, you get an error message like this: ! LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item. See the LaTeX manual or LaTeX Companion for explanation. Type H <return> for immediate help. ... l.24 ...


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Those references are badly formatted: title={Schemes over {$\mathbb{F}_1$}}, and title={Zeta functions over {$\mathbf{F}_1$}}, should be the right ways. Although I'd use \mathbf for both; check the original papers to see the right formatting. Also the — in the booktitle field should be ---: In the example I use filecontents* so that it is ...


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A. Short answer You are not using BibTeX but the built-in mechanism for the bibliography. In order to specify the title with -V biblio-title=Bibliography you have to use either --biblatex or --natbib. B. Long answer If you are producing LaTeX output with pandoc you have three options for the bibliograpy: Using the built-in mechanism, using natbib, and ...


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With biblatex and biber (which understands utf8) there is no problem: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc} \usepackage[english,russian]{babel} \usepackage[autostyle]{csquotes} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{article:manoilov, author = {Новиков, Л.В. and Манойлов, ...


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Here's a TeXstudio macro that I use for exactly the purpose you mention: %SCRIPT txt = cursor.selectedText() editor.write("{"+txt+"}") cursor.clearSelection() One you have added this in the Edit Macros window (I used "Braces Around Text" as the Name and left the other fields blank), you can assign it a keyboard shortcut in Configure TeXstudio | Shortcuts. ...


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You should create a LocalTeXMF root directory, say in your personal directory. Whatever the exact name you give it, you have to declare it via MiKTeX Options, Roots tab, Add button. Everything you'll put in this directory must respect the TeX Directory Structure (TDS). In this root, copy the .bst file as ...


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texdoc biber: 2.6. Performance Biber can’t really be compared with BIBTEX in any meaningful way performance- wise. Biber is written in Perl and does a great deal more than BIBTEX which is written in C. One of Biber’s test cases is a 2150 entry, 15,000 line .bib file which references a 630 entry macros file with a resulting 160 or so page (A4) ...


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That will resolve the problem ;) : pdflatex paper.tex bibtex paper.aux pdflatex paper.tex evince paper.pdf


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I'd say that "1997" is the year, "206" is the volume number, and "1996" is the issue number. I'd keep the abbreviated journal name, as I see little point in writing the full form, which would be "{\"O}sterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse, Sitzungsbericht~II". \RequirePackage{filecontents} ...


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There are 3 common ways to create a bibliography in LaTeX. Use the thebibliography environment. Use a database of bibliographical entries and BibTeX. The database takes the form of a .bib file. Use a database of bibliographical entries, Biblatex and Biber. The database can be in one of several forms, most commonly a .bib file. The template assumes ...


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Basically, the behavior you have observed is by design and the actual purpose of splitting @inproceedings and @proceedings entries: If you cite a paper (@inproceedings entry), BibTeX will either import the missing information from the crossref'ed @proceedings entry into the paper's entry inside the bibliography or, if more than two papers from the same ...


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You are using field names in the .bib which require Biblatex, but are then using BibTeX only to compile. BibTeX/natbib/etc. don't know anything about date or journaltitle. You need to either use Biblatex or correct the .bib file to use traditional BibTeX fields e.g. journal, year, month, day etc.


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Make a copy of apalike.bst, rename it e.g. myapalike.bst To make volume bold find FUNCTION {format.vol.num.pages}. In this function replace line { volume field.or.null with { "{\bfseries " volume "}" * * field.or.null To make et al italic find FUNCTION {format.lab.names}. In this function make 2 replacements: % { pop$ "et~al." * } should become { pop$ ...


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biblatex/biber supports fixed sets (@set in the bib) and dynamic sets: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[subentry]{biblatex} \addbibresource{biblatex-examples.bib} \defbibentryset{multi}{shore,angenendt,westfahl:space} \begin{document} \cite{set} \cite{multi} \cite{shore} \printbibliography ...


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An inproceedings entry uses the same fields as an incollection entry. Keep thetitle field set to the title of the article, and use the booktitle field to define the title of the conference.


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You will need to modify the bibliography style file -- here: apalike.bst -- to get BibTeX/LaTeX to print "submitted" rather than "tted" in the citation call-outs. I suggest you proceed as follows: Find the file apalike.bst in your TeX distribution. Make a copy of this file, and name the copy (say) myapalike.bst. (Don't edit an original file of the TeX ...


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The acmsiggraph document class file and auxiliary files don't seem to be on the CTAN; however, I found some files at http://www.siggraph.org/sites/default/files/acmsiggraph2015.zip. If that's not where you got the template and document class files from, please state your preferred source for these files. The main thing to note is that the argument of the ...


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One very clean solution is to make the list format use the two command \multilistdelim and \finallistdelim at the appropriate places \renewbibmacro*{list:plain}{% \ifnumgreater{\value{listcount}}{\value{liststart}} {\ifboolexpr{ test {\ifnumless{\value{listcount}}{\value{liststop}}} or test \ifmoreitems } ...


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By suggestion of @Mico, I looked at the webpage of APS and found the following How can I make the titles of cited journal articles appear in the bibliography? REVTeX 4.1 calls in a default BibTeX Style (.bst) file for each supported journal. The .bst files support displaying the titles of cited journal articles in the bibliography. To display ...


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How about @misc{blabla, auhor = {author name}, title = {software name (version ...)}, year = {year}, url = {url}, } I think that would be completely valid. Additionally, you could use the note field to add information.


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The problem is due to a build profie in TeXnicCenter, which included a run of bibtex on the main file. Turning off this profile removes the error messages.


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This works just fine, the format states that you should use either {...} or "..." around entries. \begin{filecontents}{bib_fileX.bib} @article{merton80, author = "Robert C. Merton", title = "On Estimating the Expected Return on the Market", year = "1980", journal = "Journal of Financial Economics", volume = "8", pages = "323--361" } \end{filecontents} ...


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You could redefine the rm-urlstyle: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib,hyperref} \usepackage{helvet} % helvetica font \renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault} %\usepackage{sfmath} % helvetica for math mode too \makeatletter \def\url@rmstyle{% \def\UrlFont{\sffamily}} \makeatother \begin{document} test \citet{foo2010} ...


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natbib in the presence of hyperref uses the url package to format these and that package defines a sans serif style which you can invoke with \urlstyle{sf} For the DOI field, natbib defines the command \doi via something like \providecommand{\doi}[1]{doi: #1} which you can override with \newcommand{\doi}[1]{doi: \url{#1}} ...



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