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Is there a biblatex style (or another mean to generate this automatically) designed to autocite (citing your own work)? It could be useful in a resume or for exporting to your website a list of publications.

Here is a example of what I want :

In my (zotero) library, I have my works. If I cite these papers, I will obtain something like :

John Doe, Electric equilibrium, Journal of quantum mechanic, 2043 (2), 143-157

But, when you create a list of publications, you may want (and I do) to remove author which is irrelevant in this context and replace it by a dot (list item). Like this :

  • Electric equilibrium, Journal of quantum mechanic, 2043 (2), 143-157

And if you have multi-authors papers, you may want to replace

John Doe and foo bar , Electric equilibrium, Journal of quantum mechanic, 2043 (2), 143-157

by (note the "with"):

  • Electric equilibrium (with foo bar), Journal of quantum mechanic, 2043 (2), 143-157

I would like to save me the pain to do this by hand.

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    Here it is an example texblog.org/2012/04/25/writing-a-cv-in-latex that I think it illustrates that it doesn't worth it to use bibtex for a CV, because you need a lot of customization (like yours) for usually a small number of entries (do you have hundreds of articles published? congrats if so.) – alfC Nov 25 '13 at 20:36
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run texdoc biblatex-publist from the command line or visit http://ctan.org/pkg/biblatex-publist It is a special style for a publication list in a cv. A complete example can be found at $TEXMF/doc/latex/latex-referenz/10-03-22.ltx which should be available in your current TeX distribution or available on CTAN.

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