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Documentation: You can find the documentation for bibliographies here: bibmod-doc A new implementation is currently in beta. You can find the documentation for it here: mkiv-publications From BibTeX to ConTeXt MKVI Some examples: These citation styles seem to work out of the box: (Author, YYYY) \cite[alternative=authoryears][author2001] Author ...


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Insert the author as author = {Hu, Xiao{-}Yu}, so the hyphen will be hidden and not mistaken for a compound name marker à la French (Jean-Claude or similar). For the URL, load also \usepackage{url}. Example (with filecontents* just to make it selfcontained, use your separate file). \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @electronic{something, title = ...


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You can prevent notes to be printed in (full) citations by "clearing" the content of the how the note at every citation. This can be done with the \AtEveryCitekey hook (the bibliographic data is available at \AtEveryCitekey but not at \AtEveryCite) \AtEveryCitekey{\clearfield{note}} Given the example, a better solution would be to use the url and urldate ...


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I also use note field. For example, I put this information in the note field: [arXiv preprint \href{http://arxiv.org/abs/1409.0876}{arXiv:1409.0876}, September 2014] And, then I use either one of the following redefinitions of \href: \def\href#1#2{#1 #2} or \def\href#1#2{#2} The first definition keeps the url (without any actual hyper-link), while ...


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You asked: How do I best modify the BibTeX to show more fields? Don't modify BibTeX. Instead, modify the entry. E.g., you could move the material in the city, country, and isbn fields to a field called note, as the ieeetr bibliography style recognizes the note field type and will typeset its contents. (The ieeetr style does not recognize fields named ...


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In Document»Settings»Bibliography choose the Default (numerical) bibliography style. And then go to Latex preamble section and write this code: \bibliographystyle{unsrtnat} \usepackage[numbers,sort&compress]{natbib} This worked for me, it should work for you too.


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You can add entries to Mendeley manually by File > Add Entry Manually. This opens a pop-up, where you can choose the entry type (e.g. Web Page, Generic, Bill, Journal Article, etc.). Once you have typed in what information you want, click Save. The entry will now figure as any other Mendeley entry, and will also be present in your generated .bib file. ...


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I walked around my question with the following steps. It is not a clear tex solution, may be not suppose to be here, but in any way it is working. I tried to use with perltex, got some interesting errors. My Solution Preparation I prepare a perl script, to find desired reference and information belongs to that one, parsed into a variables, ...



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