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comment Biblatex - Citation order different from Reference order
Ok, can you please add a MWE to the question so we can see what you are doing?
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revised How to use multiple citation styles in the main document with elsarticle?
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comment Biblatex - Citation order different from Reference order
I don't know if ieee style does anything special but you should be able to do this with sorting=none as the global sorting option and then \newrefcontext[sorting=nyt] before your \printbibliography to sort the references by, for example, the nyt sorting scheme.
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answered Different sorting schemes for different entry types?
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comment Different sorting schemes for different entry types?
That is a really strange requirement - it's asking to sort the bibliography by the formatted strings which isn't really possible as the printing of the bibliography entries and their formatting/field ordering happens after sorting is already done. You can't even easily concat all fields together into a custom field and sort on that since the concat order isn't static. You could, I suppose, write a complex \DeclareSourcemap macro to describe the concat rules and concat into a new field and then sort on that?
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comment Different sorting schemes for different entry types?
I know it's annoying to be asked but why do you want to do this? It looks like you want it to look neater but that's not something to be addressed by sorting. You could have reference lists split by type and sorted differently instead?
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comment Different sorting schemes for different entry types?
You can't do type-specific sorting schemes as this doesn't make much sense, you'd be comparing different fields in the same steps in the sorting algorithm.
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comment biblatex-apa: undefined references
You shouldn't need to do this - this was fixed a long time ago, just make sure you are using up to date versions.
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comment What is the usual sorting method for numeric citation?
You'll have to be a bit more detailed I think, it's not at all clear what you mean or what you are asking.
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comment Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
This was indeed a bug in the latest dev biblatex 3.4. Please get the latest DEV 3.4 from Sourceforge and try it. You don't need to update biber too.
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comment Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
I just updated to 2016 pretest and am using the latest biblatex 3.4 and biber 2.5 and your MWE with an added \printbibliography works fine for me.
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comment Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
Hmm, do you have the latest biblatex 3.4 and biber 2.5 from sourceforge? I am using these and it's fine for me.
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comment Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
Can you edit your MWE to be an exact copy of what you are doing and tell us exactly which commands you are running?
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comment Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
Just add \printbibliography before the \end{document}
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answered Sorting the alphabetic citations with biblatex
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revised Change citation style from square brackets to backslashes with Biblatex
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comment How to create multilingual (English, Japanese) bibliographies with biblatex, biber and polyglossia
Good question. A lot of work was done on this and a few solutions tried but the complications to biblatex internals was considerable and I found a few areas where it was really tricky. I put it on hold to concentrate on other issues. At the moment, the experimental branch isn't really useable. I would appreciate any general thoughts on what the functionality would need to be. I opened a general enhancement issue or discussion: github.com/plk/biblatex/issues/416
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comment Extra } or forgotten $ with biblatex and biber
Do you think this is robust enough to go into the next biblatex release?