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You could use the H option for float placement from the float package, which forces the float to be placed right where you positioned it in your code. Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{float} \begin{document} Lorem ipsum... \begin{figure}[H] the figures content \end{figure} \end{document}


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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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You have to insert the \cite{} command at the position you want it to be cited. If you insert it after the '\bibliography', it will include it here and cause the (1) afterwards! \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenx} \usepackage[round, sort, numbers]{natbib} \usepackage{url} \usepackage[pdfencoding = auto, psdextra, bookmarksdepth = 4]{...


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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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Have a look at this related question. It seems as if you just need to add a sortkey field to your biblio entry. Cheers


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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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I had exactly the same error message. For me the cause of this error was that several bibtex IDs contained an "_". For example: @Article{balahur2013_sentiment, Title = {Sentiment analysis in the news}, ... } I fixed this by replacing the _ in the ID with something else (I used the - character), e.g.: @Article{balahur2013-sentiment, ...


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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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On the project site of BibJSON: http://openbiblio.net/ they refer to https://github.com/zotero/translators which is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. But the Merge-Request for BibJSON into Zotero got lost. So it does not support export into BibJSON. Maybe CSL Json is a more popular format?


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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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There are a couple of external programs to maintain a .bib file, including a option to search and handle duplicates. I use KBibTex under linux, but there is a Windows file too (if you use Windows).


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Above awk script did not work for me (MacOS). I slightly modified as follows: awk 'BEGIN{c=1}{if($1~/^@/){c++; gsub("{", "{REF:"c",", $1)};print}' Endnote.bib > EndnoteCorrect.bib


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Besides from the possibility @Mico provided, this discussion at Citavi Forums states it would be possible to overwrite the subtitle directly, by setting the subtitle field of the quote. I didn't try it out myself, though. Also, I'm not sure if that would result in what the OP wants, as the question implies that the OP would like the Bachelor's thesis to ...


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1) You should never install files not in the distribution in the main TeXMF root.Instead, you should create a local TeXMF root, say C:\LocalTeXMF, preferably as Administrator if you want everyone using your computer has access to these files. This can be done via MiKTeX Settings (Admin), Roots tab. Such a local root must be organised to repect the TDS (TeX ...


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The effect is the expected effected for the openbib option of the report document class. If one open the generated .bbl files, one can notice that it contains \newblocks commands. The openbib option instructs to treat \newblock as new line command.


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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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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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For me, BibTeX works with natbib and russian by using UTF-8 compatible version of bibtex. Just run bibtexu instead of bibtex and it should work.


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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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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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It looks like the mla package helps with this. From that page: To use the bibliography feature, Use \begin{workscited} to start the bibliography. There is no need to declare a new page or even type "Works Cited" at the top of the page. Use \bibent before each entry. Put \end{workscited} at the end. There is no reason to use BiBTeX ...


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Thanks for everyone's contribution towards understanding the problem. First thing I learned is the importance of the order of running scripts which should be as below: (As mentioned by username cfr) 1. Typsetting .tex file (e.g. pdfLatex mypaper.tex) 2. Running myreferences.bib file 3. Running pdfLatex 4. Running padfLatex However, I was able to resolve ...


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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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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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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 can use any online regexp tester, such as the one at https://regex101.com/ Introduce as regexp the following expression: ([^\x00-\x7F]) and a g at the input box after the / Then paste your text in the big text area below, and you'll get at the right, in the "Match information" panel all the non-ascii chars in your input (which are also higlighted ...


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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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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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Solved this by using biblatex like this in the main file with the .bib files added in the preamble. \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} \addbibresource{bibliography_file.bib} \begin{document} \subfile{subfile_with_citations} \printbibliography \end{document}


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Texmaker uses the users home folder to compile, so if you move your files to your home folder and modify the .tex file accordingly (\bibliography{References}{} instead of \bibliography{../References}{}) it might work. Remember that once you do this, you must run the LaTeX compilation twice, then the Bibtex compilation and then the LaTeX compilation again. ...


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there is a line Output written on thesis.pdf (14 pages, 126299 bytes). about 25 lines from the end that reports the successful completion of the latex process. the failure here is in the attempt to process the bibliography with bibtex. this failure has short-circuited the "extended" compile procedure defined by miktex. (this contradicts your statement that ...


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The plain bibliography style dates back to about 1994 and is thus not programmed to do anything with a field called url. (In the early 1990s, I don't think that too many people were facing the problem of citing electronically published documents that were available online. Recall that the first decent graphical browser, netscape, wasn't released until some ...


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I fixed the issues in your code; apart from typos, it's wrong to load xunicode and fontspec should be loaded instead. The problem is in untimely expansion of \undbefehl, which should be robust. I used \newrobustcmd that's provided by etoolbox, which is loaded by polyglossia. Also, the change in the .bst file should be FUNCTION {bbl.and} { "\undbefehl{}" } ...


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I use BibTeX, here's my suggestion: A quick Google Scholar search comes up with this entry: @article{mclaughlin2009development, title={Development of an FCW algorithm evaluation methodology with evaluation of three alert algorithms}, author={McLaughlin, Shane B and Hankey, Jonathan M and Dingus, Thomas A and Klauer, Sheila G}, journal={National ...


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Biblatex allows you to do this in a very simple way: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[defernumbers=true]{biblatex} \addbibresource{journal.bib} \addbibresource{conf.bib} \begin{document} \nocite{*} \printbibliography[title={Journal Articles}, type=article, resetnumbers=true] \printbibliography[title={Conference Papers}, type=inproceedings, ...



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