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The formatting of the names used in the citation call-outs is governed not by the natbib package but by the bibliography style that's in use. I'm assuming that you'll want to show the first names of all authors, rather than just those of of selected authors. While you're at it, I'll also assume that you'd want to show any "junior" name components, if ...


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Rather than implementing this feature in biblatex, one could simply do the following: \newcommand{\urlcite}[3]{\footfullcite{#1}, p.~\href{#2}{#3}} This is a fairly 'dumb' command, of course, and you lose out a lot of the clever functionality of biblatex's citation commands. However, in this case, it is not a big loss because: we know that the citation ...


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Such things are typically added using the optional argument of the citation command. You don't say anything about your setup, here is an example with natbib: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{mohanan1986b, ISSN = {00243892, 15309150}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/4178405}, author = {K. P. ...


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You can simply use subsequent \cite commands. The long-range order in these materials and the interplay between their $\pi$-electronic structure and geometrical structure have given rise to a developing field of research.\cite{Gershenson2006}\cite{Jurchescu2004}\cite{Su04} As a sidenote ;), you might want to put the period before the citations.


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The bibliography style plain can only generate numeric-style citation call-outs. Since you're using the natbib citation management package, you should (a) use the plainnat bibliography style, which can produce both numeric-style and authoryear-style citation call-outs, and (b) provide the option authoryear when loading the natbib package: ...


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With an current MiKTeX 2.9 I have no problems compiling the following code (including your bib entry). MWE: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @Book{Goossens, author = {Goossens, Michel and Mittelbach, Frank and Samarin, Alexander}, title = {The LaTeX Companion}, edition = {1}, publisher = ...


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There is a great tool for writing bst files: makebst by Patrick Daly. It comes with a standard LaTeX distribution and you call it latex makebst It now asks you a lot of questions interactively and allows you to create a custom bst file for you requirements. EDIT: When you have created a custom bst file like this, just replace the line ...


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I had the same problem, I could not change the bibliography style on my file.tex output. What I did to solve it: Choose the bibliographystyle you want Remove the file.bbl (which is generated by file.bib) from your main folder Open and compile the file.bib (it creates a new file.bbl) Go back to your file.tex and compile It should work if your problem is ...


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Since you can use the highlight command in *.bib source file. However I was able to highlight specific parts of the citation by adding \hl{} command to every single line of the citation information: @article{StephenPark, title={\hl{Integration of biological kinetics and computational fluid dynamics to model the growth of Nannochloropsis salina in an open ...


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You have to create a bibliography database (a file with extension .bib), say mybiblio.bib. Its contents will be the same as your \bibitems, in a normalised form. I suggest to use a dedicated tool for this task, such as JabRef, in which you only have to fill the relevant fields. This being done, you have to tell latex to incorporate this bibliography in your ...


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Of course that information is not enough to properly give a full bibliography style, but you can get the label format easily with biblatex. You will need the options minalphanames=3, maxalphanames=4, maxbibnames=999 and then \DeclareLabelalphaTemplate{ \labelelement{ \field[final]{shorthand} \field{label} ...


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Sending the codes, only relevant to the bibliography part plus one example from bib file will definitely help others who are trying to answer.


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I know it's been a long time since this question was raised, but it has been fixed in JabRef 3.3. (Yay!) I ran into the same problem more recently, and in the course of looking for a solution, found your question. I figured the lack of an answer was on account of most folks not using JabRef in connection with LibreOffice/OpenOffice, so I re-posed the ...


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You can use babelbib: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{ur, author={A. Uthor and W. Riter}, title={Title}, journal={Journal}, year={2016}, } @book{x, editor={E. Ditor}, title={Collection}, year={2016}, } \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} \usepackage[dutch]{babel} \usepackage{babelbib} \begin{document} \cite{ur}, ...


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If you wish to modify the plain bibliography style file, I would actually recommend that you modify the plainnat style instead, for two reasons. First, compared with the plain style, plainnat is about 20 years younger and thus knows what to do with fields such as url, doi, eid, isbn, and issn. Second, when used with the natbib citation management package, ...


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I managed to get the desired result. In LyX click on the reference within the text and change the way its displayed in "formatting". In LaTeX, this can be achieved by using \citep instead of cite


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When BibTeX is run, there are two warnings Warning--you've exceeded 250, the entry-string-size, for entry 2014A&A...568A..22B while executing--line 1183 of file mn2e.bst *Please notify the bibstyle designer* Warning--you've exceeded 250, the entry-string-size, for entry 2014A&A...568A..22B while executing--line 1222 of file mn2e.bst *Please notify ...


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I found that TeXstudio would not do this, so have been using TeXworks just for running bibtex if anyone else is having this problem.


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This was a bug in biber to do with idempotence of some sourcemaps (in your case, append operations) across refsections. It is fixed in biber 2.5 which you can find in the development folder on Sourceforge. You will need to be using the development version of biblatex 3.4 also on Sourceforge.


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You could nest several \ifstrequal: \let\mybibitem\bibitem \renewcommand{\bibitem}[1]{% \ifstrequal{#1}{<BibtexKey1>} {\color{blue}\mybibitem{#1}}% IF #1==<BibtexKey1> {% ELSE \ifstrequal{#1}{<BibtexKey2>} {\color{blue}\mybibitem{#1}}% IF #1==<BibtexKey1> {\color{black}\mybibitem{#1}}% ELSE }% } ...


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It turns out that, after posting the issue, I received and answer. You can view the answer at (https://github.com/JabRef/jabref/issues/1226#issuecomment-211415428) If you don't feel like going over there yourself, here is the text of the way to fix this issue. This is indeed the default behavior. However, you can instruct JabRef not to remove the new ...


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At last there are two errors in your code. The first is that you used command \bibliography with the file extention .bib. Just delete the extention (In my MWE I used package filecontents to have bib file and tex code together in one compilable MWE. Thats the reason I changed the file neame to \jobname.bib). The second problem is package citesort. It ...


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I'm not so far of the perfect solution, but I'm still in troubles. For now, my code is: \documentclass[twoside,11pt]{book} \usepackage{fontspec,xltxtra} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[backend=biber,defernumbers=true]{biblatex} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{nameref} \usepackage{csquotes} \pagestyle{plain} \defbibheading{subbibliography}{% ...


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Try adding the following function: FUNCTION {quote} { duplicate$ empty$ { pop$ "" } { "``" swap$ * "''" * } if$ } Then, in the function FUNCTION {format.title}, change the following line from { "t" change.case$ } to { "t" change.case$ quote} Let me know if it works ;) .


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You can get lastest updated version from http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/IEEEtran/bibtex/IEEEtran.bst If you are using linux to get raw use: wget http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/IEEEtran/bibtex/IEEEtran.bst


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I ran into similar difficulty using isprs.bst. My solution: edit isprs.bst. I now get the following in italics: titles of books, journal names (for article entries) and conference proceeding names. You can get my version of isprs.bst at https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/51087803/isprs.bst I made 3 edits: (1) to the function that formats conference ...


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If your .bbl file is well formed, that is You only have \bibitem{<tag>} There is no empty line in entries Each entry (including the last one) is followed by a blank line then you can use a trick involving the usage of \citation that's normally defined to do nothing. File spokus-old.bbl \begin{thebibliography}{1} \bibitem{Barker1998} Chris ...


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i used cb2bib app, it's small, easy, multiplatform, support multilanguage, search for cite. http://www.molspaces.com/d_cb2bib-download.php if you used un latin language, open bib file with any editor like notepad or gedit, then write: Encoding : Cp1256 note: Cp1256 only for arabic, change this number for you language. regards


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I've done a quick workaround, and now it works like it should. It may not be the best solution, but it fits my needs: I defined a new command, which is empty: \newcommand{\aaa}{} It has 3 "a"s, because thats no common Latex command and this should likely be the first alphanumeric order ever - and if its not I can change it to e.g. \aaaa or more. In the ...


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I'm not sure that modifying the APA formatting rules is a good idea. (For one, it may make your paper unpublishable in a journal that requires use of the APA6 guidlines.) However, if you think you can get away with such a modification, you could proceed as follows: Locate the file apacite.bst in your TeX distribution. Make a copy of this file and call the ...


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An assumption is required to answer this particular question: class is article.cls -- the class (usually) defines the thebibliography environment The question states that the alpha style is being used, one of the default styles. In the example below, I have loaded natbib, which 'preserves' that basic style. However, loading natbib helps show (1) how ...


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I had the same problem and I think that I found a more elegant and more extensive solution. The developers of komascript.de provide a class scrartcl that is basically equivalent to the standard article class but allows the integration of letters. The beauty is, you cannot only print a bibliography but also use sections and other tools that you might have ...


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Another future-proof answer, albeit rather tedious, is suggested here: Change all occurrences of _ in the URL field of your .bib file to their html character code equivalent %5F


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Don't modify the winedt macros. There will work out of the box. You can see in the macros a filter line: REQ_FILTER= This filter contains a pattern for the bcf-file and means that the button can only be used if a bcf-file exists which biber can process. Run a small document with biblatex and then your button will be active. On my system after a clean ...


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Motivated by Gonzalo Medina's answer from How to remove the “References” title, I use \patchcmd to modify the definition of \thebibliography. \usepackage{etoolbox} \patchcmd{\thebibliography}{\chapter*{\bibname}}{\chapter*{\zihao{2}\bibname}}{}{} gives what I want.


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After playing around with the makebst output bst file, I found the following works. It amounts to changing the doi format. Make sure to first tell makebst to NOT include url (the default option). Open the .bst file (the makebst output) In the ENTRY section (the first section not commented out for me), you'll see a bunch of fields, including doi. Add 'url' ...


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\citefield is a biblatex command. You may be able to get away with usebib; check the documentation for more information. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{authoryear, title = {title}, author = {XY}, journal = {XY}, volume = {119}, pages = {100}, year = {2015}, url = {http://www.url.com}, abstract = {long abstract.} } \end{filecontents*} ...


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I don't have enough reputation yet to comment, but looks to me like missing comma as the last character of publisher line


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Use \usepackage{bibnames} then add the following lines before \end{document} \bibliographystyle{splncs03} \bibliography{bib-file-name}


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Well, in my comment I wrote "for example". That ment that there are several questions related to the tags bibliographies and moderncv on this page. At last combining some of them can lead you to the following solution. That's what I did. You asked: How can I get rid of the Publications titles? How can I use only some of the entries of my .bib file? ...


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As @Johannes_B said: manual seems to be ok You already chose all the optional fields from the BibTeX-guide, which is great. If it is in the manpage, the edition field might be abused to point to the edition of the software treated (this is uniquely identifying). For example edition="4.3" for the current bash manpage. This differs a bit from the ...


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Is the use of bibtex mandatory? I am asking, because biblatex provided so called “refsections” which can be used to compile individual bibliographies for parts of document. Below is a very simple MWE that illustrates capabilities. The key is the use of \newrefsection that tells biblatex where to split the document into subpart regarding the bibliography. ...


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I think I have to delete those bibtex commands and as @Guido suggested I "can control the spacing/margins using the \defbibenvironment{bibliography} command. You can look at page 193 of the biblatex manual to see how it works. For using \citet, \citep and similar you have to use the biblatex natbib option." Thanks!


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I ran into this thing too, so I changed the IEEEtran.bst file to include a urldate. Currently it produces something like: tex.stackexchange.com (Accessed March 4, 2016) given: @misc{example, url = {tex.stackexchange.com}, urldate = {March 4, 2016} } Just search for "Accessed" in the file if you want to change that to some other phrase like ...


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Since you're using natbib, you should choose abbrvnat as style, which also supports URLs. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{[PK15], Author = {Philip Koopman}, Volume = {Cornell University, FlexRay Specification Version 2.0, June 2004}, Url = {http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~ece649/lectures/23_flexray.pdf}, Year = {2015}} ...


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Try \bibliographystyle{unsrt} with a BibTeX entry like this: @book{Test, author= {Test, A.}, year=2016, title= {A Book About BibTeX}, publisher= {A Publisher}, note = "pg. 4" } Then simply \cite{Test}. For more info on BibTeX entries and required fields, have a look at Section 3.1 of the BibTeX documentation :).


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Since both of your bib entries contain a field named url, I will assume that you're using a reasonably modern bibliography style that recognizes this field. (This assumption rules out older bibliography styles such as plain, unsrt, alpha, and apalike.) If you use a bibliography style such as plainnat, it is not necessary to "escape" underscore characters ...


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I am getting this with biber: WARN - BibTeX subsystem: warning: comma(s) at end of name (removing) WARN - BibTeX subsystem: editor, warning: comma(s) at end of name (removing) but my bibliography is very large and biber does not tell me the line number or what the name is which causes this. How do I locate the error?



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