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comment Including BibTex references from files
How about concatenating the bib-files automatically with the command line and using this file in tex?
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comment Good quality images in pdflatex
@PolGab: PNG is by no means equivalent to JPG and one should choose between them wisely. For images of natural scenes JPG is a good choice if file-size is an issue. You will get compression artifacts but in natural images they are not too distracting. For images containing text, graphs or somthing similar, PNG is a good choice since it will not produce artifacts (well, it is always lossless) while JPG usually looks horrible or produces large files. Moreover, the techniques behind both formats are fundamentally different.
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comment Including BibTex references from files
Is there a reason for the many different .bib-files? Why don't you put all references in one bib-file?
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answered BibTex: Easy way to drop article titles from references?