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that is hardcoded in the bst file, Copy it to myapj.bst and replace FUNCTION {bbl.and} { "and"} with FUNCTION {bbl.and} { "\&"} and use in your document \bibliographystyle{myapj.bst}. The file myapj.bst can be saved in the documents directory or in your local bibtex/bst path, if available. As an alternative use another harvard style like ...

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It's an unusual requirement. Please download the modified version of natbib found in pastebin (It was too long to paste it here directly). Save this file as modnatbib.sty somewhere TeX can find it (your current working directory, for example), and use this package in your document instead of natbib with the numbers,sort&compress options: ...

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I'm assuming the template is this one: https://www.sharelatex.com/templates/thesis/easy-thesis/ (it is the only easy-thesis I've found). The template uses \setstretch{1.3} which increases the baseline skip of a 1.3 factor. That's why you have "about 4pt" between lines of the same bibliography entry. To achieve what you want, it suffices to restore the ...

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Do you mean something like this? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{someguykey2010, author="SomeGuy", title="A journal article", year=2010, journal="A Journal", } @article{someotherguykey2013, author="SomeOtherGuy", title="A journal article", year=2013, journal="A Journal", } \end{filecontents} ...

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The first name is recorded in the .bbl file as an argument to the \xfnm command that's defined in the thebibliography environment only if it hasn't been defined before. So you can define it in your preamble in such a way that it does the usual thing when the argument is not empty, but nothing if it's empty. In the example I added an (incomplete) entry just ...

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Here is a code using biblatex that seems to fulfill the requirements: \documentclass[german]{article}%mkbib \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{babel}% \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage{xpatch} \usepackage[backend=biber, style=authoryear, ...

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Thanks for posting a complete MWE and a couple of bib entries. The problem, it turns out, is that in the entry buchholz2007uranium the authors' first and middle initials are clumped together without an intervening space. If you set the author field of that entry to author = {Buchholz, B. A. and Brown, T. A. and Hamilton, T. F. and Hutcheon, I. D. ...

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A citation command like \citet[]{} has two parts: the mandatory tag for the citation, and the optional part to "pinpoint" the reference within the citation. So long as you don't use the optional part, \citet{} can be used on its own to cite multiple works: \citet{a,b,c}. But obviously that doesn't work with the optional argument, because it's ambiguous ...

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Good news: You need to make only two small changes to the file chicago.bst to suppress the sorting of the referenced items, i.e., to get them listed in the order they're cited. Find the file chicago.bst in your TeX distribution, and make a copy of this file. Name the copy, say, mychicago.bst. (Do not edit an original file of the TeX distribution ...

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Alright, I was able to fix the problems :) I'll post the solution here in case someone else stumbles about the problem in the future. Three steps are required. First, this is the correct format.names: FUNCTION {format.names} { 'bibinfo := duplicate$empty$ 'skip${ 's := "" 't := #1 'nameptr := s num.names$ 'numnames := numnames 'namesleft := ...

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proTeXt uses MiKTeX, so basically you may follow this answer which shows how to install additional packages "by hand" with MiKTeX. However, because you don't want to install a package file (.sty), but a BibTeX style file (.bst), you should replace the recommended subdirectory tex\latex\misc with bibtex\bst\misc. A more important caveat (and the the source ...

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Because tikz depends on results written in aux files, adding a bibliography necessitates an extra run through the TeX engine. BibTex needs two runs after running BibTex (a total of three runs). I already had two post-BibTex runs, but it turns out I needed to add another run (for a total of four) in order to get the correct information to the aux files to ...

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The solution offered by samcarter did not quite work for me. But I was successful by putting the following lines into the preamble: \let\oldcite=\cite \renewcommand{\cite}[1]{\textcolor[rgb]{.7,.7,.7}{\oldcite{#1}}}

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I had the same issue, and then I had a little difficulty getting TexShop to locate ecta.bst. Namely, there are two library folders, one is invisible in finder by default, and MacTex is picky about where the .bst can go. Here are a few pieces of information that remedy these issues: 1) (http://pages.uoregon.edu/koch/texshop/whereisstuff.html) Personal ...

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At least for the class "elsarticle" (Elsevier), the document class is loaded with a numbered citation style by default. For elsarticle, one adds the year by adding the "authoryear" option to the class by doing this in LyX: Document -> Settings -> Document Class -> Class options -> Custom: "authoryear" Source: elsarticle documentation

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You will need to edit the article function in apj.bst and provide an instruction to print the contents of the entry's title field. I suggest you do so as follows: Make a copy of the file apj.bst; call the copy, say, myapj.bst. Open the file myapj.bst in a text editor and search for the function called article. I believe it starts right after the line ...

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It can be automatized, but the basic is like this: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{adams03, author={A. Adams and F. Fournier}, title={?}, journal={?}, year=2003, } \@article{collier09, author={C. Collier and S. Someone and T. Tomeone and V. Vomeone}, title={?}, journal={?}, year=2009, } \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} ...

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