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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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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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From the documentation acmsmall-guide.pdf (page 1:11): So you need to use \citeN or \citeyear. A little example: \documentclass[prodmode,acmtecs]{acmsmall} \acmVolume{9} \acmNumber{4} \acmArticle{39} \acmYear{2010} \acmMonth{3} \begin{document} \cite{Cohen07} \citeN{Cohen07} \bibliographystyle{ACM-Reference-Format-Journals} ...


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The easiest method is to use the biblatex package instead of classical BibTeX to handle bibliographies and references. Biblatex uses the same .bib files as BibTeX. You can use general purpose hooks such as \AtEveryBibitem{\clearfield{pages}} (see BibLaTex documentation section 4.10.6) to suppress page numbers within a specific LaTeX document without the ...


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I wouldn't bother trying to hack the file plain.bst to (a) define a new field called (say) serieseditor, (b) define a function called (say) format.serieseditor, and (c) edit the functions incollection, inbook and book (and probably a few more) to insert the instruction format.serieseditor. (You didn't even indicate how, precisely, the name(s) of the series ...


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If I understand your problem correctly, the most obvious solution would be to place your .bib files in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib again. If you really want to keep your bib files in the /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/bibtex/bib directory, the fact that they are not recognized suggests me you have probably forgotten to update your filename database: enter ...


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the rules vary by publisher, but you want to enter the information so that it will survive whatever variations any publisher will apply. some good general guidelines were laid out by Ellen Swanson in the guide "Mathematics Into Type". guidelines for bibliographic information are on pages 70 ff. (pages 81 ff. in the pdf file). one difference from what is ...


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By default \cite puts the citation text in a box, so it makes an unbreakable unit. In your case you just want to remove this boxing which is provided by the internal command \@cite@ofmt, so we redefine this one to simply deliver its argument. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @Book{wmo11, author = "{World Meteorological Organization}", title = "Manual on ...


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Apparently, Biber knows about \textbraceleft and tries to translate it into a brace, which kills it. :( Here's a workaround: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{testbrace, author={A. Uthor}, title={How to use {\biberbraceleft} with Bib(La)\TeX?}, journal={Trans. \TeX.SX}, year={2015}, pages={1-10}, } \end{filecontents*} ...


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Two things: first don't have spaces in the file name of bib file, make it AccretionDisksandMRI.bib for example and second, don't use the extension for file name in \bibliography{AccretionDisksandMRI} Code: \documentclass[12pt, xcolor=dvipsnames]{beamer} \setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{} \usetheme{Goettingen} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} ...


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I don't know how to fix it in a simple way with bibtex. In my opinion, the simplest solution is to use Biblatex and biber instead of bibtex. There are so much more powerful and they don't have this problem. MWE (You need to have biblatex and biber installed): \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[english]{babel} ...


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I ran into this problem with one of my customers: She couldn't find the log files. texpad has an option in "General Typesetting Options" call "hide intermediate files". Uncheck it.


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Answer is in Alex's comment. Use the code instead documentclass[prl]{revtex4-1}


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Although it's possible to manage .bib files manually with a regular text editor (and TeXShop can do this too), most users prefer to use a dedicated bibliography manager. For the Mac, there is the wonderful BibDesk, which you will find in the TeX folder installed with MacTeX. TeXShop has builtin integration with BibDesk. If your .bib file is open in ...


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This is my solution: @book{Surname:2015, author={Name {Surname Jr.}}, title={Book Title}, publisher={Publisher}, year={2015} }


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try doing the following: Put the following in before the \begin{document}: \usepackage{natbib} \bibliographystyle{abbrvnat} \setcitestyle{authoryear,open={(},close={)}} And then... Use: \citep{key} to cite into parenthesis, like --> (Sandwith et al., 2006) OR Use: \citet{key} to cite in text, like --> Sandwith et al. (2006)



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