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In the standard classes \newblock is defined as \newcommand\newblock{\hskip .11em\@plus.33em\@minus.07em} so it makes a horizontal space, if you use the [openbib] document class option then it is redefined to be \par so force a paragraph break between "blocks" of each entry,


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According to “Tame the BeaST”, A special character is a part of a field starting with a left brace at brace depth 0 immediately followed by a backslash and ending with the corresponding right brace. I should note that the brace that delimit the whole field are not taken into account for computing the brace depth, as they're removed when examining the ...


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This should just work as is. The labels in citations pick up the label in the last bibliography in which the reference was printed, by default. This is almost always what you want and with this MWE, it works fine for me. Perhaps a problem with the ieee style? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{references.bib} @...


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The problem is that your url field contains underscores, which is a mathmode character. So solve this you need to tell apacite to deal with URLs properly. To do this, add load the url package: But there is a second problem: the [BCAY] option should not be used unless you are working with an old document. It was included for backwards compatibility purposes, ...


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Rather than modify the bibliography style file agsm.bst, I would employ the note field with an entry of type @unpublished or @misc. Which type to employ will depend on whether or not you want the publication's title to be encased in single quotes. Oh, if the string Bibtex-Institute Discussion Paper should be typeset in italics, simply replace note = {...


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\documentclass[10pt]{beamer} \usetheme{Warsaw} \usecolortheme{whale} \usepackage[backend=bibtex,giveninits=true,maxbibnames=9,maxcitenames=4]{biblatex} \usepackage{filecontents} \DefineBibliographyStrings{english}{% and = {ve}, } \DefineBibliographyExtras{english}{\let\finalandcomma=\empty} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article {MR1103855, ...


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There's a small problem with the pagesfields, which is not relevant (should be pagetotal. Mentioning the number of volumes with the volumes field works only with several volumes (you obtain vols 1…), so I used the note field. That said, this code compiles for me: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \...


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Here is an example of doing this with biblatex. The important parts are the \DeclareLabelalphaTemplate and the \DeclareFieldFormat. The former sets the label format and the latter ensures that the extraalpha field remains numeric. Note that this is not exactly like your example output simply because of the order of the references but this should not matter ...


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Your suggested solution won't really work if the references are supposed to be in order of appearance, since fixing a reference number will almost certainly make that reference end up out of order some of the time. But there's a simpler way to do this: use TikZ to annotate the figure; then you can include actual citations in the image annotations that will ...


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I found the answer. It is an incompatibility with the xwatermark package: \usepackage[printwatermark]{xwatermark} If this package is included before biblatex it somehow breaks the option parsing for biblatex. As of now there seems to be no problem with xwatermark if it is included after biblatex. Best, Marcus


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For this case, download and place the elsarticle-num bibliography style (.bst) files in your working directory. It is perfectly working. Moreover, for your reference, I am attaching the screenshot. Yes, you can sort the references using \biboptions{sort&compress}. You just need to add this options before the \begin{document} environment. Hope it helps. ...


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You can use \FloatBarrier from the placeins package. It prevents your floats from being moved behind this barrier. Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{placeins} \begin{document} Some dummy text Image \FloatBarrier More Text or your references \end{document}


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Use \nocite. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} abc \nocite{Andrews99} \bibliographystyle{unsrt} \bibliography{test} \end{document} test.bib: @book{Andrews99, author = {Andrews, G. E. and Askey, R. and Roy, R.}, title = {Special Functions}, publisher= {Cambridge University Press}, year = {1999} }


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You wrote One solution is possible: to copy the .bst file I use and patch it ... which also means potential compatibility problems. Is there more direct solution? I can't see which "potential compatibility problems" you might encounter if you modify a copy of an existing bst (bibliography style) file properly. I take it that you're mostly interested ...


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It took me a long time to find the answer, but this is what worked. You have to close and open the LyX document. Sounds like an annoying bug in LyX with temporary files? Anyway, it's the solution that worked.


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You will have to make sure that the entries belong to the correct refsection even in the citations. With your second attempt the citations are outside the special refsections. Use \assignrefcontextkeyws to make sure the citations get it right. See §3.7.10 Reference Contexts of the biblatex documentation, especially pp. 85-86. Interestingly, this is only ...


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This short awk command assigns unique Bibtex labels in numerical order to an endnote file that has been exported as BibTex without unique labels. awk 'BEGIN{c=1}{if($1~/^@/){c++}; gsub("{", "{REF:"c",", $1)}' Endnote.bib > EndnoteCorrect.bib



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