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See this answer to the posting cite references in the text by superscript numbers and listed at the end in order they are cited in the text for step by step instructions on how to go about modifying a bibliography style file so that alphabetical sorting is no longer performed. The answer works not only with the apalike bibliography style, but also with ...

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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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The apacite package contains a LaTeX macro that determines the default formatting of the journal, volume, number, and pages fields for entries of type @article. This macro is called \APACjournalVolNumPages, and its default definition may be found in apacite.sty starting at around line 1275. To modify this macro, I suggest loading the etoolbox package and ...

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For some (weird) reason, this spurious period is due to the doi field be filled. If you remove it, the bibliography prints properly: \documentclass{mscs} % Downloaded from ftp://ftp.cup.cam.ac.uk/pub/texarchive/journals/latex/mscs-cls/unpacked/mscs.cls \usepackage[authoryear]{natbib} \begin{filecontents*}{bib.bib} @article{milner92, author={Robin Milner and ...

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You have to mark up the entries: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @ARTICLE{HistoricalDocuments, hyphenation = {russian}, title={\foreignlanguage{russian}{Методы обнаружения разладки'' случайных процессов и их применение для анализа исторических текстов}}, ...

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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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For the case at hand, you'll need to edit the function format.in.ed.booktitle, in a copy of agsm.bst. I take it you've already applied some modifications, as referred to in the two earlier postings you've cross-referenced; let's assume the modified style file is called agsm-mod.bst. (Don't edit a file from the TeX distribution directly.) Now, proceed as ...

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To remove the parentheses from the bibliography, save the chicago.bst file (found here) under different name (maybe 'chicago2.bst'). Look for the year formatting function (FUNCTION {output.year.check}) and replace it with the following: FUNCTION {output.year.check} { year empty${ "empty year in " cite$ * warning$} { write$ " " year * ...

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You wrote: But it doesn't seem that Chapterbib can create a global bibliography at the end. Short answer: Yes. Longer answer: You can have both a global bibliography as well as per-chapter bibliographies. Here's an excerpt from pp 3f. of the user guide of the chapterbib package: 7 Overall bibliography: To have a cohesive bibliography for the ...

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According to the natbib documentation, when using apalike, only parenthetical citations are supported. See p. 24 here: natbib. To get parenthetical citations, you should be using \citep{Crytozine} to get the intended (Author Year) behavior.

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The elsarticle class automatically loads natbib. As described in the class manual, options for natbib should then be set using \biboptions: you want \biboptions{sort&compress}.

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The space is quite hardcoded, also I don't think that you will want to remove it in every prenote, so a command that resets locally the space is probably the best solution: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage[frenchb]{babel} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \bibliographystyle{plainnat} \makeatletter ...

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Assuming that xyz is the bib key to the entry that was written by someone in 1999, you could write \citep[e.g.,][pp.~23--24]{xyz} to generate the following output: "(e.g., someone, 1999, pp.~23--24)".

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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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