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How would I go about doing this in BibTeX -

http://www.reading.ac.uk/library/finding-info/guides/lib-citing-cited-ref.aspx

Any ideas?

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    First of all learning to use bibtex, later finding what's the citation style you need to use. – Aradnix Sep 15 '14 at 21:58
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    Perhaps the cross-ref or x-ref field would do what you want. You then should use biblatex+biber. See § 2.4.1 of the documentation of biblatex. – Bernard Sep 15 '14 at 22:00
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    Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. @Bernard crossref works with bibtex.... With biblatex, related might be helpful. With bibtex, you could just use the note field. – cfr Sep 15 '14 at 22:10
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    \cite[x], cited by \cite[y]? – musarithmia Sep 15 '14 at 22:13
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    I'd follow the recommendation You should keep cited references to an absolute minimum and set this minimum to zero. – egreg Sep 16 '14 at 9:43
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Use the package natbib, which has many features, and BibTeX.

The bibtex file (ex.bib) is for example:

@Article{john_doe,
 author = {{Doe}, J.},
 title = "{\it Some title}",
 journal = {Book or journal},
 year = {2014},
 volume = "{\bf 1}",
 pages = {5--10},
}

And the source file (ex.tex) is:

\documentclass[12pt]{report}
\usepackage{natbib}

\begin{document}

Some text here \citep[cited by][]{john_doe}.


\bibliographystyle{apalike} %just an example of citation style
\bibliography{ex}{}

\end{document}

Which will produce this two-page file:

1st page

2nd page

But remember, that it is not morally correct to cite publications that you did not read.

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    @pwlaslo Is this the answer you were looking for? If so, please, mark it as accepted. If no, let us know in the comment. Thanks. – Václav Pavlík Sep 30 '14 at 9:53

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