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you can use author to denote the author of the specific chapter you are referring and bookauthor to the author of the book. On the other hand, biblatex also provides an introduction field that you can set. But i guess you will prefer the first method. \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @inbook{intro, editor={Mickey Mouse}, ...


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The ieeetr bibliography style is one of the original BibTeX styles. It dates back to (at least) the early 1990s. As such, maybe unsurprisingly, it's not programmed to do anything with a url field. I suggest you use the IEEEtranN bibliography style instead. It is much newer and does know how to process the url field. It also doesn't ignore the address ...


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If you want all \citeauthor commands to print the names in italics, patch \citeauthor to do \em: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{kim, author={Kim, W. and Tim, X. and Vim, Y. and Zim, Z.}, title={Three letter names}, journal={Im}, year=2015, } \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} \usepackage[square,sort,comma,numbers]{natbib} ...


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Welcome to TeX SE! The problem is that you are mixing two different ways of managing citations and bibliography. One is to use \cite{} etc. and thebibliography. The other is to use biblatex with a database of bibliography entries and \printbibliography. Here's one way of doing it which uses biblatex/biber with an external .bib file of entries. (The ...


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Use \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-num-names} instead of \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-num} Then \citet{SmithDow} wrote will print Smith and Dow [1] wrote


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According to how you input the data, BibTeX sees just one author of your paper, because there's an additional pair of braces that shouldn't be there. Also, the different authors should be separated by the keyword “and”. Here's the proper code: author = "Y. Kuwata and M. T. Wolf and D. Zarzhitsky and T. L. Huntsberger",


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@d2dp As noted above you needed a \bibliographystyle line. I removed the American from the class options as it is not used in report. Finally you can surf for bibtex styles. Here is a typical find: http://homepage.stat.uiowa.edu/~rlenth/ALPHA/bibstylescompared.pdf \begin{filecontents}{references.tex} \renewcommand\bibname{references} ...


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OK, I found the solution myself. This seems to be connected to the uniquelist=false setting. More details can be found here Set limit to one author when using "et al." in biblatex However, it seems weird to me, because in the example I gave, the keys would be unique (given the different publication year and the "et al." - where the latter might ...


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I solved this after bit of searching. The change I made to make it work was to replace the backend from biber to bibtex. Changed code: \usepackage[backend=bibtex,style=authoryear-icomp]{biblatex} \ExecuteBibliographyOptions{citetracker=true,sorting=nyt} \bibliography{Thesis_Expose_biblio} Reran in TexShop: Typeset pdflatexmk Typeset bibtex Typeset latex ...


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This (minimal) document produces no bookmarks. Saying bookmarks=true or removing the statement bookmarks=false will enable them (perhaps it's necessary to click on the bookmarks panel of the viewer to see them in this case) Some remarks, unconnected to the underlying problem The \else ...\fi pair is not matched -- will lead to a compilation error then ...


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I had the same issue but I was using jurabib. In my opinion the approach shown here: http://texblog.org/2012/02/03/using-footnote-in-a-table/ is wider applicable and easier to implement. As I couldn't find anything regarding the savenotesenvironment on stackexchange I thought I leave this link here.


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The biblatex package has two citation styles 'draft' and 'debug' which seems to do just that (see the docs with texdoc biblatex or through CTAN). Using the keys actually seems to be useful if you are drafting a document as you can find an entry in your bibliography file fastest through the key. However if you are planning to use this in a published paper ...


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biblatex provides a shorthand field that you can set in the bibliography database and that will be set instead of the label the biblatex style would print. Here is a short example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{biblatex} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @online{texsx, author={{The community}}, ...


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I need to answer instead of commenting because of not having enough reputation. But I think some people may find it useful to know that Thomas K is not getting the same output with \blockcquote and \blockquote because both commands have different hooks which print the final output. For \blockquote it is \mkcitation which is defined with space and ...


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I have figured out how to do this. The basic idea is to use a home-made macro name in place of \cite and define that macro differently based on whether we're compiling as a stand-alone document or as part of a thesis. A complete example is shown below. Do not be intimidated by the large number of files; what's actually going on is really simple so just ...


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The problem is caused by the elsarticle class which defines the colour of the links and prevents you from redefining them. If you change the style to article everything will work.


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colorlinks cannot be enabled, after hyperref is loaded. Set the option as package option: \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} The color Violet is undefined, this can be fixed, for example, by setting option svgnames for package xcolor. As Augustin has already analyzed in his answer, class elsarticle defines the colors of all link types to blue. This is done ...



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