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Is it somehow possible to show the numbers ob those pages in the bibliography, where a certain reference was used? This could be comparable to the glossary.

For example I used \cite{me2012} on pages 1 , 3 and 12, then the reference should show:

me (2012). unimportant paper, no name journal, 1(1):1-15; cited on: 1, 3, 12

or:

me (2012). unimportant paper, no name journal, 1(1):1-15; 1, 3, 12

instead of

me (2012). unimportant paper, no name journal, 1(1):1-15

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    Use the option backref=true. Nov 20 '13 at 13:15
  • This seems to work only for the biblatex-package. Is there something similar for the natbib-package?
    – Sven
    Nov 21 '13 at 6:45
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    Your question is tagged with biblatex and there is no minimal working example showing natbib. However the option backref is also provided by hyperref. See: tug.org/applications/hyperref/manual.html Nov 21 '13 at 9:07
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You are using hyperref. This package provides the option backref with is explained as:

In addition, the hyperindex option (see below) attempts to make items in the index by hyperlinked back to the text, and the option backref inserts extra ‘back’ links into the bibliography for each entry.

So you can use:

\hypersetup{backref=true}

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