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I need help with bibliographies by chapter using bibtopic with classicthesis (v4.1 LyX) with LyX (v2.0.2) under Ubuntu Linux (or a better option). I need bibliographies at the end of each chapter (as a section) in my thesis document. I read in the classicthesis example documentation (publications) that I can use bibtopic, multibib or some similar package to get multiple bibliographies. I found bibtopic as an easy option because this package doesn't requires new command definitions and also because LyX has native integration with it. I tried to use this package in my document but I have not had success.
Here are the steps I followed to try to get what I need (I have attached a zipped folder with the LyX files in order to reproduce the results):
- I have one bib file for each chapter to contain the corresponding references (chap_01.bib and chap_02.bib)
- I configured each chapter document (chap_01.lyx and chap_01.lyx, child documents) with sectioned bibliography. Then I inserted the bibliography through LyX (Insert, List/TOC, BibTeX Bibliography) at the end of each chapter file, taking care referencing the corresponding bib file. Also I inserted some ERT surrounding the bibliography entry, as it is in the Bibliography.lyx file that come with classicthesis LyX port, to get the bibliography section title in the TOC.
- I configured the bibliography of my master document (ClassicThesis.lyx) with default parameters, i.e. with not sectioned bibliography because otherwise, I obtain the bibtopic error message: "Load bibtopic after hyperref when using the 'backref'".
Although I can compile and generate the pdf file with the above configuration, the cites appear as [? ] and the bibliography section (references) doesn't appear in the document.
Also, I have tried to use the bibtopic pakcage using btUnit and btSect (through ERT) along the documents as described in the bibtopic documentation but I had not success.
Example LyX files
I would appreciate any help in getting what I need either using this package or better option.