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In most cases this errors are due to underscores (e.g. because you added an url in a note or a howpublished field). You can add \errorcontextlines=200. Then the log file should show you the offending url. You can also add temporarly in your preamble \catcode`\_=13 \def_{XXXXXXXXXXXX} This will show you the underscores.


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You can do this using the cite package: \usepackage{cite} \def\citeleft{/} \def\citeright{/} I think it's quite self-explanatory:)


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For completeness, here's a solution that's based on the natbib citation management package: \usepackage{natbib} \bibpunct{/}{/}{;}{n}{}{,} The result of a full MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{myxyz.bib} @article{xyz, author = "Anne Author", title = "Thoughts", journal= "Circularity Today", volume = ...


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You can enclose code where you don't want the "ibid" mechanism to work in \citetrackerfalse\pagetrackerfalse\backtrackerfalse blah \citetrackertrue\pagetrackertrue\backtrackertrue Depending on whether you find it logical to directly pick up the state from before this block you might or might not add \citereset. See p. 91 and p. 195 of the biblatex ...


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You can use the copyrightbox package. Here is a simple example: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{ebgaramond, cabin} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{caption, copyrightbox} \captionsetup{justification=centering, labelfont=sc, labelsep=endash} \begin{document} \begin{figure*}[!h] \centering ...


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Follows the Mico's suggestion, I used bibunits packages, it works. First, put the following codes at the beginning of the document, \usepackage{bibunits} \setbeamertemplate{bibliography item}{[\theenumiv]} \defaultbibliography{book,article} \defaultbibliographystyle{IEEEtran} Second, replace the original texts as: \begin{frame}{History} ...


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With version 1.6a of acro (arrived on CTAN yesterday) you can define a command \aclu, say, which exactly does what you want: Expected is something like: This is \acx*{Metacomputing} and with \acx*{Metacomputing} we can do stuff This is Metacomputing[1]^1 and with Metacomputing we can do stuff (without an entry in the acronym list). ...


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It's a bug in Tufte-LaTeX. Tufte-LaTeX is printing the full citation appropriately, but it's not printing the in-text citation. Here's an example document that demonstrates the solution. To use this solution in your own document, copy the code between the START COPYING HERE and END COPYING HERE lines. \documentclass{tufte-handout} % % START COPYING HERE % ...


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It shouldn't be necessary, because the kernel \cite command is robust. Also the main packages for managing bibliographies, such as natbib and biblatex have care to redefine \cite in a robust fashion. Some packages, unfortunately don't, for example apacite (but natbib emulates it pretty well). In such a case, \protect would become necessary. Adding \protect ...


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Handling of laws, regulations etc. that are supposed to be cited in a very particular way isn't all that easy. If you have several of such documents you might want to consider creating dedicated entrytypes for easy customisation (see How can I create entirely new data types with BibLaTeX/Biber? on how to do that, and How to implement a jurisdiction biblatex ...


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You could do most of this by using pandoc to generate the tex file and then processing the tex file with ConTeXt. Specifically, you can definitely get citations in footnotes and em-dashes for repeated authors. Ibid, etc. are almost certainly possible as well. I don't know about the APA style modifications. Pandoc uses CSL to format citations. Support for ...


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I have no idea about texstudio but you have deleted the generated bibliography (bbl) so you need to run in order latex, bibtex, latex, latex, on your document to regenerate it.


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As mentioned in the comments, you should run biber to compile your bib file as you have used biber as the backend. \usepackage[style=authoryear,backend=biber]{biblatex} Here are the commands to compile your myFile.tex and your .bib files: pdflatex myFile biber myFile pdflatex myFile


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My suggestion is to use BibLaTeX. The BibLaTeX has a @software entry type (is similar to @misc), and a version field: @software{math, author = {{Wolfram Research, Inc.}}, title = {Mathematica 8.0}, url = {https://www.wolfram.com}, version = {0.8}, date = {2010}, }



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