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I've found a really useful example here: http://b-p-i.blogspot.com.br/2012/08/cite-iso-standard-bibtex.html?showComment=1383040964617#c6068992346953979068. Here's the code: @techreport{ISO13586, type = {Standard}, key = {ISO 13586:2000(E)}, month = mar, year = {2000}, title = {{Plastics -- Determination of fracture toughness -- Linear elastic fracture ...

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Because TeX treats a single linebreak as a space and inter-element spaces in a list of citation key names are not significant, no special escaping of the linebreak is required. Any of the following strategies will yield identical output: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[super,sort&compress]{natbib} \begin{document} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% ...

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We can branch a \...cite command by keyword with \ifkeyword \newbibmacro{full:keyw}{% \usedriver {\DeclareNameAlias{sortname}{default}} {\thefield{entrytype}}} \DeclareCiteCommand{\cite} {\usebibmacro{prenote}} {\usebibmacro{citeindex}% \ifkeyword{Quelle} {\usebibmacro{full:keyw}} {\usebibmacro{cite}}} {\multicitedelim} ...

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Based on tmgriffiths' answer to Bibliography Style with abstract and numbered references we could try \DeclareFieldFormat{abstract}{\par{\small\bibsentence\mkbibbold{\bibstring{abstract}}\addcolon\space #1}} \renewbibmacro*{finentry}{% \iffieldundef{abstract} {\finentry} {\finentrypunct\printfield{abstract}\finentry}} MWE ...

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If you want to include the page numbers used for the cited document, then you add them as option to command \cite. Say pages 25 until 31: \cite[p.~25--31]{reis} With ~ you can force LaTeX not to do a line breaking between p. and 25.

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Sorry to be a necromancer, but this is the top google result for this problem and I feel like this thread is missing an important bit of info for Windows users working in Cygwin and/or Babun For some reason, the version of grep bundled with Cygwin requires the pattern in single quotes. (e.g., grep -nH '\$*') In your .vimrc you'll need to escape the spaces ...

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by default \cite is placed in an \hbox adding \let\@cite@ofmt\relax after your existing \makeatletter stops that boxing and allows it to break.

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To use the Biblatex style, you need to remove \usepackage{chicago} and \bibliographystyle{abbrvdin} \bibliography{literaturvz} Then, in the preamlbe add \usepackage{biblatex-chicago} \addbibresource{literaturvz.bib} and in your document, add \printbibliography So, minimising your example somewhat, we get something like this: ...

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The screenshot and description you've posted give the impression that you used to work with the alpha citation call-out style (probably achieved by specifying the bibliography style alpha, or something very similar) before switching over to an unsorted numeric call-out style, to be achieved by (a) using the unsrtnat bibliography style and (b) loading the ...

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Since you're using the natbib citation management package, you could provide the instruction \setcitestyle{yysep={ \&}} in the preamble (after loading natbib) to achieve your objective. A word of caution, though: The result may look appealing if there are only two bib items being cited; however, the result will look increasingly bad if three, four, ...

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In your code snippet are some errors. For example the second {} in \bibliography{mybib}{} can be deleted. Your bib entrys for your bibliography should be in a separate file with extention .bib. In the following MWE I used package filecontents to include an example bib file into my MWE. You do not need it, just use your existing bib file (you will soon ...

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Apparently, you need to use the entrysubtype field and not type. I couldn't find any biblatex-apa documentation on that, but the code suggests it. A rule of thumb seems to be that entrysubtype appears closer to the title than type does. Then you will also need \DeclareFieldFormat[movie]{entrysubtype}{\mkbibbrackets{#1}} and are good to go. (From what I ...

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I do not know the wlscirep class, but inserting a \relax after the \cite macro seems to move the punctuation to the desired place. \documentclass[fleqn,10pt]{wlscirep} \begin{document} \section*{Introduction} The introduction goes here \cite{Thomas_book}\relax. \begin{thebibliography}{unsrt} \bibitem{Thomas_book} Thomas, L. \& Ari, R. d. ...

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