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The \textcite command uses the standard capitalization; however the biblatex package provides \Textcite for use at the beginning of a sentence (section 3.7.2 of the manual). \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[style=authoryear,sorting=nyt,backend=biber,useprefix=false]{biblatex} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} ...


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You should try either (\citealt{paper1,paper2}) or (\citealp{paper1,paper2}) depending on whether or not you want a comma between the author's name and the corresponding year. (The second instruction can, in fact, be simplified to \citep{paper1, paper2}. I slightly prefer (\citealp{paper1,paper2}), though, as it preserves a syntactic symmetry with ...


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It seems that you want to use your entry names as labels. To do that, simply add the following lines to your preamble: \DeclareLabelalphaTemplate{% \labelelement{% \field{citekey} } } In this way you are declaring that the label generated for your entries is the same as your entry name (pseudo-field citekey). MWE: ...


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If you let biblatex handle pagination on its own, what you want is very easy. Postnotes containing numbers (and a few other special symbols) are automatically recognised as page (ranges) and formatted as such by biblatex. So it is a good idea to drop the page prefix entirely when citing, as in \parencite[24]{worman} and \parencite[cf.][17--19]{geer} ...


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For this IEEE always modifies the references, and adds extra brackets (see [1],[13]) or e.g., [1],[13] etc. type of identifiers. Moreover, the references appear in the order of citation so they are often compressed. So the context is clear from the sentences. Also online versions of the articles have different colors for references. Moreover, as far as I ...


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You need to \protect the \textcolor command: \documentclass[table,xcolor=pdftex,dvipsnames]{beamer} \usetheme{Madrid} \usecolortheme{whale} \usepackage[square]{natbib} \begin{document} \title{Presentation Title} \author{Author} \institute{Institution} \date{} \frame{\titlepage} \section*{Outline} \begin{frame} \frametitle{Outline} ...


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I do not know what I am doing ;). Caveat emptor... This code attempts to define a new citation command, \textualcite[<prenote>][<postnote>]{<key list>} which produces the target output. Since you didn't post any code, I have no idea if this will work with your actual bibliography style, document class and usage; whether your cat will ...


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I'd say that "1997" is the year, "206" is the volume number, and "1996" is the issue number. I'd keep the abbreviated journal name, as I see little point in writing the full form, which would be "{\"O}sterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse, Sitzungsbericht~II". \RequirePackage{filecontents} ...


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You can easily make the labels bold using \DeclareFieldFormat{labelalpha}{\mkbibbold{#1}} \DeclareFieldFormat{extraalpha}{\mkbibbold{\mknumalph{#1}}} If you want to un-bold them for the bibliography, you want \AtBeginBibliography{ \DeclareFieldFormat{labelalpha}{#1} \DeclareFieldFormat{extraalpha}{\mknumalph{#1}}} MWE \documentclass{article} ...


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You are using field names in the .bib which require Biblatex, but are then using BibTeX only to compile. BibTeX/natbib/etc. don't know anything about date or journaltitle. You need to either use Biblatex or correct the .bib file to use traditional BibTeX fields e.g. journal, year, month, day etc.


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\citep{paper1, paper2} should work. Take a look at this.


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Here is a solution with biblatex (and fnpct to add a comma between consecutive footcite commands). I had to redefine a citation macro in order to obtain loc. cit. rather than the default ibid: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[a4paper]{geometry} \usepackage{mathtools} \usepackage[american]{babel} \usepackage{filecontents} ...


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When you use the thebibliography environment, you don't need to use bibtex. The styling of bib items is solely your responsibility. Just compile two times using, say, pdflatex (or whatever you are using). For bibtex (or biber with biblatex) you have to use a bibliography database (a separate file with .bib extension containing the entries, say ...


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You will need to modify the bibliography style file -- here: apalike.bst -- to get BibTeX/LaTeX to print "submitted" rather than "tted" in the citation call-outs. I suggest you proceed as follows: Find the file apalike.bst in your TeX distribution. Make a copy of this file, and name the copy (say) myapalike.bst. (Don't edit an original file of the TeX ...


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How about @misc{blabla, auhor = {author name}, title = {software name (version ...)}, year = {year}, url = {url}, } I think that would be completely valid. Additionally, you could use the note field to add information.


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I would suggest that you replace the instructions \usepackage{natbib} \setcitestyle{authoryear, open={(},close={)},citesep={,},aysep=} with \usepackage[authoryear,square]{natbib} \setcitestyle{citesep={,},aysep={}}


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You can make use of biblatex's nesting features for parentheses. biblatex can keep track of the nesting level and automatically chooses the right form of brackets (either (...) or [...]) depending on the level. (There also is a maximum level of nesting for parentheses, which can be changed with maxparens the default is three.) The easiest way then is to use ...



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