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In biblatex there is the possibility to use the refsection environment: \begin{refsection} you text with \cite{whatever} \printbibliography \end{refsection} With this \printbibliography will only print the items cited within this environment.

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The naive method "Vol.~" volume field.or.null * seems to work. This does no checking as to whether the volume field is empty or not.

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I do not currently have a computer with LaTeX available, but as you are in a hurry, I'll give it a shot, hoping I remember the fairly arcane .bst-syntax well enough. I think this should do the trick for you: FUNCTION {format.vol.num.pages} { volume field.or.null volume empty$'skip$ { "Vol. " * } if$number empty$ 'skip\$ { "\penalty0 \ ...

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You have to insert the \cite{} command at the position you want it to be cited. If you insert it after the '\bibliography', it will include it here and cause the (1) afterwards! \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenx} \usepackage[round, sort, numbers]{natbib} \usepackage{url} \usepackage[pdfencoding = auto, psdextra, bookmarksdepth = 4]{...

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A quick hack would be to add your desired font to the definition of \citep. In the following example, I added \tiny. \documentclass[11pt]{beamer} \usepackage{natbib} \makeatletter \DeclareRobustCommand\citep {\begingroup\tiny\NAT@swatrue\let\NAT@ctype\z@\NAT@partrue \@ifstar{\NAT@fulltrue\NAT@citetp}{\NAT@fullfalse\NAT@citetp}} \makeatother \begin{...

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Find the apa.bst file on your system Save it to grappa.bst in your working directory (where your latex file resides) Find the line that says FUNCTION {format.names} A few lines down from there between curlies, you see f. Change f. to ff Change \bibliographystyle{apa} to \bibliographystyle{grappa} in your LaTeX file Recompile Done

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With \renewbibmacro*{journal+issuetitle}{% \usebibmacro{journal}% \setunit*{\addperiod\addspace}% \iffieldundef{series} {} {\newunit \printfield{series} \setunit{\addcomma\space}}% \printfield{volume}% \printfield{number}% \setunit{\addspace}\newblock \usebibmacro{issuename}% \newunit} you will get a full stop after the ...

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For me, BibTeX works with natbib and russian by using UTF-8 compatible version of bibtex. Just run bibtexu instead of bibtex and it should work.

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If I read correctly your question, you want that the trailing optional argument is printed before the superscript. \tl_if_blank:VTF is the wrong function, because the V means a variable is expected; {\gobble}{#2}{\originalcite{#1}} is meaningless; m+o means that the last (optional) argument is “long”, that is, it accepts \par in it; it should be read as m +...

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A possible solution (if I understand the question right): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{greenwade93, author = "George D. Greenwade", title = "The {C}omprehensive {T}ex {A}rchive {N}etwork ({CTAN})", year = "1993", journal = "TUGBoat", volume = "14", number = "3"...

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Here is the fixed version of your MWE: \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage[super]{natbib} \bibpunct{[}{]}{,}{s}{}{;} \begin{document} \title{Debug Document} \date{} \maketitle cite: \cite{mycite} cite: \textsuperscript{\cite{mycite}} \begin{thebibliography}{9} \bibitem{mycite} Authors. \newblock {Title}. \newblock {\em Journal}, 2001. \end{...

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Found the solution in an answer to this question: BibTeX bibliography not printing I don't know why it wouldn't work otherwise for my document, because it worked fine for a fresh document, but it worked.

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Moving \bibpunct{(}{)}{;}{a}{,}{,} to before \begin{document} will clinch things for the brackets. Instead of \bibpunct, you can also use the newer command \setcitestyle to change to round brackets: \setcitestyle{round} To change and to & though, you'll have to upload a modified copy of plainnat.bst. Or switch to a bibliography style that uses & e.g....

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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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