Today I switched to biblatex and found it amazing. I've already skimmed the manual of biblatex. I wonder if any Reference or Cheat Sheet of biblatex is available. Thanks in advance for your help.

  • Perhaps the book by Herbert Voss, but in German only so far, as I know – user31729 Jun 9 '14 at 18:15
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    This is an open feature request - we really need a "quick start" guide as the manual is a (comprehensive) beast. Anybody volunteering to help with this is most welcome ... – PLK Jun 10 '14 at 8:32
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    @TorbjørnT. That link does indeed look very useful though I would hesitate to describe 39 pages as a 'cheat sheet'! ;) – cfr Sep 20 '14 at 18:16

Maïeul Rouquette has written a openbook (in french) on LaTeX for social sciences. It references how to use BibLaTeX to fullfil the very specific requests of social science bibliographies.

As I mentioned, the book is in french. There is also a project of translation in Italian. The book is on Github, so someone might translate it in English someday.

(I don't know if you read french or italian, so I apology if my answer does not help you).

Edit: This intro from ShareLaTeX is a good Cheat Sheet.

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    LOL :) The book has the subtitle: "The only book on LaTeX without one single equation!" +1 – Count Zero Jun 12 '14 at 20:59

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