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You will need to create a modified version of the file agsm.bst. I suggest you proceed as follows: Find the file agsm.bst in your TeX distribution. Make a copy of this file and call the copy, say, agsmno.bst. (The string "no" is supposed to be short for "norwegian"...) Do not edit a file of the TeX distribution directly. Open the file agsmno.bst in a text ...


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First follow the advice given by @Kurt above. From your last comment about the location for personal bst files I'm guessing you are using a Mac. Under TeX Live installed by MacTeX your personal tree's root is ~/Library/texmf and personal bst files should go into ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bst or sub-folders of that folder. A couple of things you should know: ~/...


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Since you're using the natbib citation management package, you should (a) use the plainnat bibliography style instead of the plain bibliography style and (b) load the natbib package with the option numbers. That way, you can produce author-number style citation call-outs via \citet and purely numeric-style citation call-outs via \citep. Separately, since ...


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The natbib package provides two main citation commands: \citet for in-text citations. This yields Author (Year) \citep for parenthesized citations. This yields (Author, Year) The standard APA citation style for in-text citations puts only the year in parentheses, and natbib reflects this by making \cite a synonym for \citet (which is the command for in-...


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Your code features two \cite instructions: \cite{Cramer} and \cite{Gardano}. The two entries in the bib file, though, have the following keys: cramer1750introduction and cardano1968ars. This cannot possibly go well. You need to change either the arguments of the \cite instructions or the keys of the bibliographic entries. Then re-run LaTeX, BibTeX, and LaTeX ...


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For the approach with the abbrvnat bibliography style, try issuing the instruction \setcitestyle{authoryear,round,semicolon} after loading natbib. Thus, omit the open={(},close={)} part. By the way, whenever one makes changes to the argument of \setcitestyle, one should recompile the document fully -- LaTeX, BibTeX, and LaTeX twice more -- to propagate ...


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You need to create and use a modified version of the spbasic bibliography style. Find the file spbasic.bst on your computer. Create a copy of this file and call the copy, say, spbasic_unsort.bst. Open the file spbasic_unsort.bst in a text editor. Find the two lines that start with SORT (note: uppercase is important), and comment out -- or simply delete -- ...



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