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Yes and no. You can create your own bibliography manually: \begin{thebibliography}{xx} \bibitem{abc} \textsc{Author}, \textit{Title}, ... ... \end{thebibliography} However, this lacks consistency through automation as well as ease-of-maintenance. A far better alternative to handling a bibliography "within the same file" would be to embed it via ...


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The cause of the problem is a faulty instruction in the bst file. Make a copy of fom.bst and edit the copy as follows: in the function format.names.author, find the string "{vv}{ll, }{f.}" and replace it with "{vv~}{ll}{, f.}" That way, a comma will be inserted after the last-name component only if the author's name contains a first-name component as ...


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I would use the editor field for the second author and specify the editortype appropriately. You can either use one of the standard roles provided by biblatex or define your own. Here, I use biblatex's collaborator: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{mybook, ...


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Each \footnote under your document setup produces a bibliography key of the form NoteX where X is the regular footnote number. So, in your case, \cite{Note1} would reference the first footnote citation, while (say) \cite{Note17} would reference a citation in the footnotes corresponding to footnote number 17. Here's a minimal example explaining its usage: ...


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The option footinbib leads to the creation of an extra .bib file with entries of the form: @MISC{NoteX,note="Supplemental Material reference"} Instead of using footnotes, you can also add such entries to your .bib file and use standard cite commands.


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Elsevier provides some bibliography styles; the one that seems to match the recommendations is elsarticle-harv. \documentclass[authoryear]{elsarticle} \begin{document} \cite{Adrian2008} \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-harv} \bibliography{plug4} \end{document} Note that your author field is wrong, for the authors should be separated by and. ...


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It's important to keep in mind that it is not BibTeX per se but the bibliography style that determines which fields are shown (and how they're formatted) for a given entry. It looks like you're using the plain bibliography style -- or some close relative of plain. As @AlanMunn has already observed in a comment, plain is not programmed to do anything with a ...


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This is the expected behavior with this class. If you look in the template they provide, the elsarticle-template.tex file, you should see 4 lines before the end of the file: Here are two sample references: \cite{Feynman1963118,Dirac1953888}. \section*{References} \bibliography{mybibfile} \end{document}


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With Emacs (in BibTeX mode), placing the cursor at the beginning of an entry and pressing C-v C-Q does bibtex-fill-entry, that can be customized in various ways. Also Biber has reformatting capabilities: biber --tool --output_align --output_indent=2 --output_fieldcase=lower <filename>.bib will produce <filename>_bibertool.bib with similar ...


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Assuming that the bib file is the same directory than your document, and context is run twice, the only way I get an error, is with the omission of [criterium=text] right after \placepublications. So for example: \setupbibtex[database={xampl},sort=author] \setuppublications[alternative=apa-de,numbering=yes,refcommand=num] ...


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It is a class feature, but it is possible, to redefine \bibliography of course in order to automatically add a \section*: \documentclass[final,5p,times,twocolumn]{elsarticle} \journal{Elsevier Journal} \renewcommand{\bibname}{References}% \let\ElseVierBibliography\bibliography% \renewcommand{\bibliography}[1]{% \section*{\bibname}% ...


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I am not sure, if it is an expected behaviour. If we take class from here http://www.latextemplates.com/template/elseviers-elsarticle-document-class, the title References appears.


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Here is something that satisfies your requirements for the entry types you've mentioned. It uses biblatex. Probably for other entry types, there would remain some job to be done. \documentclass[12pt,english,french]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{xpatch} \usepackage{filecontents} ...


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Without any packages, you just have to redefine the way \@biblabel works: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @BOOK{A1, author = {Author One}, title = {Alpha}, publisher = {Publisher A}, year = {2000}, } @BOOK{B2, author = {Author Two}, title = {Beta}, publisher = {Publisher B}, ...


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The field number refers to a series of books (for instance, Academic Press' “Pure and Applied Mathematics”) or the issue number of a journal's volume. Probably HT-FED2004-56887 should go in a note field, with an explanation of its meaning; in the ASME site it is presented as “Paper number” and is part of the DOI, which is doi:10.1115/HT-FED2004-56887. ...


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I created a custom bibliography style with makebst. With a standard article document class, the result looks like this: Document class svjour3 from the publisher of the journal alters the citation style (by using \bibpunct) to drop the comma between author and year: Code of the example document %\documentclass[natbib]{svjour3} % File available from ...


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The backref option to hyperref can take a value. By default it is section, but this does not seem to be giving the correct output, as it picks up the item number instead inside an enumerate. On the other hand you are requesting a page ref, and passing the page option does work: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[backref=page]{hyperref} ...


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Your problem is not caused by IEEEabrv.bib, which simply contains the abbreviated names of IEEE journals; it is rather caused by the style IEEEtran.bst, which is programmed to abbreviate author names. According to this, maybe you could write your author as author = {{\relax World Health Organization} and others}


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The problem turns out to be a bug in the function misc of the bibliography style file ametsoc.bst. (You would be correct in surmising that this function is in charge of typesetting entries of type @misc...) Specifically, the function contains the following line twice: format.note output Unsurprisingly, the doubling of this instruction causes the contents ...


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First of all I recommend you to use biblatex since it is very adaptable and processes information greatly! In the biblatex manual, they are defined as follows: howpublished: A publication notice for unusual publications which do not fit into any of the common categories url: The URL of an online publication. Thus, I recommend you in general to ...


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Assuming you're using one of the "standard" bibliography styles -- e.g., plain, unsrt, abbrv, alpha, or a style that's derived from one of these styles -- you shouldn't be using the url field at all: the style in use doesn't recognize url as a valid field type and thus won't do anything with its contents. If you do want to use the url field, be sure to use ...


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You can use whatever entry type you need, so long as you type in correctly the author field author={{The European Commission}}, with additional braces. This is the same for biblatex/Biber as for BibTeX. Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} % just for the example \usepackage{biblatex} \addbibresource{\jobname.bib} ...


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Andrew's suggestion to look at latex-to-word again helped me get it all working. I didn't find a way to do a partial compile. But in the previous question there is a bulleted list of things to check when using pandoc. I first had to also install pandoc-citeproc in order to handle the bibtex citations and to download the *.csl file for the corresponding ...


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Better bib(la)tex is the way to go here. You can configure it to use short static keys, these are saved in the Extra field, the format is bibtex: LABEL, these are stripped off and used by the better bib(la)tex export function. There is a menu choice to generate keys, although these are not yet made unique, perhaps this has been added recently. Once you ...


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Here is how you do it! (without suffering like I have). Note my answer only covers books and article bibtex entries. As you are submitting a manuscript to springer you should use their tex class svjour3 found here, but it is not necessary for what follows. Now download biblatex and create a file called biblatex.cfg and put it in the same folder as your .tex ...


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This is probably the best and simplest solution I came across. http://studies.k-jahn.de/2012/02/22/exporting-a-word-library-to-latexbibtex/ Took less than 5 minutes to convert the whole bibliography. It can be used with recent versions of MS Word. Only difference is that in place of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\Bibliography\Style use ...


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Normal subscript $_{}$ and superscripts $^{}$ commands can be used in fields in bibtex. The following MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{paper.bib} @article{goldbeter1990, author = "A and B", title = "Model for signal-induced {Ca$^{2+}$} and {IP$_3$} oscillations", journal = "ABC", volume = "87", ...


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Another possibility is doi2bib.org which generates BibTeX citations from digital object identifiers (DOI), available for most (recent) publications.


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Hi if you used insert bibliography you need a .bib file. I use zotero to create minw. You can check the Lyx wiki for more information. http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/BibTeX


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Rather than modify the file apacite.bst, you could use the command \shortcite -- provided by the apacite package -- instead of \cite; the macro \shortcite generates "firstauthor et al" callouts for all entries with three or more authors. If you want all citation callouts to be of the short form throughout the document, without replacing all \cite commands ...



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