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comment Can I use natbib in beamer, but omit the bibliography?
Wow. Thanks! I still haven't made the switch to biblatex (and likely won't) so this is handy.
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answered Putting tables in end of paper, then summoning them in text with a command?
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comment Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
@MikeRenfro -- Ah, thanks for the link to the workflow section! I will give this a try (but AndrewStacey has a very good point about my attempts to shave 15 minutes at the cost of boring an audience to death). Please post as an answer and I'll accept.
May
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comment Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
@AndrewStacey -- Thanks for the grounding! Good point. The clean slate approach has serious advantages over trying to save 15 minutes here and there. Thanks!
May
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comment Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
+1 for Sweave (knitr is next on the list for me to learn)!
May
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comment Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
Maybe the laziest/lamest example would be keeping the section titles and organization the same. Or keeping the same tables and graphs in both files.
May
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comment Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
@MikeRenfro -- Yes (although I didn't know about beamerarticle, which will come in handy elsewhere, I'm sure). I am just looking for any tips/tricks/packages on making the presentation match the paper. There may not be any other than starting the beamer file from a relatively finished version of the paper then updating the presentation as the paper evolves.
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asked Tips and tricks to tightly couple LaTeX paper and Beamer presentation
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Feb
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comment Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
@Werner -- Thanks for two good lessons on thinking outside the box!
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accepted Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
Feb
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comment Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
Where can I find bibentry? I can't find it in the TexLive package manager on a Win 7 install. Thanks!
Feb
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revised Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
Claified that I am using bibtex
Feb
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comment Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
@Werner -- No, bibtex. In the near term I won't have the time/energy to switch, but should I add that to my todo list? Other than this odd request I have been very happy with the bibtex feature set.
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comment Cite in body of document, but omit from references (i.e., opposite of \nocite)
@Mico -- Brilliant! I wanted to have one reference for the subject paper (I am a PhD student writing paper summaries for a seminar), but I can leave that off. Your solution is much more practical and lets me get full citations later. Thanks! Should I close this question?