# Separate bibliography for articles: adendum - entries with capital letter gives an error (biblatex) [closed]

This is question is actually a question to an answer from here, but since my rep is too low, I have no other option than to ask it like this. The question from that link goes like this:

I have a bibliography that mixes every reference type (mostly books and articles together). Now, I would love to be able to separate only the articles from the rest and display them under a separate bibliography subtitle, e.g. "Articles". Is this in any way possible?

someone called Zun answered the question that it is possible with biblatex, and a working example would be this:

    \documentclass{article}
\usepackage{filecontents}
\begin{filecontents}{bib.bib}
@article{death-star,
author       = {Bevel Lemelisk and Wilhuff Tarkin and Darth Vader and Darth Sidious},
title        = {Death Star},
howpublished = {Alderaan and Yavin 4},
year         = {0 BBY}
}
@misc{death-star-2,
author       = {Bevel Lemelisk and Wilhuff Tarkin and Darth Vader and Darth Sidious},
title        = {Death Star II},
howpublished = {Endor},
year         = {4 ABY}
}
@article{abc,
author       = {Abc, D.},
title        = {The Letter Fantasies},
year         = 1492,
keywords     = {one}
}
@Book{efg,
author       = {Efg, H.},
title        = {Alphabet Soup},
year         = 1942,
keywords     = {two}
}
\end{filecontents}
\usepackage[backend=biber,
%   style=authoryear, % uncomment to display author-year
]{biblatex}
\defbibfilter{other}{
not type=article
}
%
\begin{document}
They first built \emph{Death Star}~\autocite{death-star}.

The design flaw was found in \autocite[Lemelisk et al., Chapter 3, p. 123][]{death-star}.

To address the flaw, they designed \emph{Death Star 2}~\autocite{death-star-2}
that featured many smaller diameter heat exhaust vents.

Read the letter fantasies \cite{abc} or stories from the a-soup \cite{efg}.
\nocite{*}
\end{document}


and this works flawlessly. As long as the entry-type is written with small letters. However, I use JabRef, and it formats my references with a capital letter, like @Online, @Book etc. In Zuns working example above, the entry @Book is with a capital letter. Try substituting @article with @Book. Suddenly it gives the error:

./untitled.tex:48: LaTeX Warning: Empty bibliography on input line 48.


Since all of my entries are with a capital letter, this is most unfortunate. Is there anything that can be done about this? Thank you for your time.

## closed as unclear what you're asking by moewe, user31729, Mico, Paul Gaborit, MalipivoApr 6 '15 at 11:06

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• Welcome to TeX.SX! Well, it's a warning only... – user31729 Jan 19 '15 at 22:14
• Thank you :) Well, yes, it is a warning. But it is warning with the result that the bibliography that it warns about doesn't get printed, only the other bib, with the filter=other. – emilBeBri Jan 20 '15 at 0:56
• I cannot reproduce your problem. I tried all lowercase @<whatever>, all uppercase, some uppercase and some lowercase; I switched the first @article to @Book. No problems (after running, of course, the full sequence of pdflatex, biber, pdflatex). You might need to elaborate. My versions: biblatex v2.9a and biber 1.9. – jon Jan 20 '15 at 3:47
• It works like a charm here as well. (biblatex 2.9a with biber 1.9 on an up-to-date MikTeX.) What I noticed though is that your bibcheck construction is superfluous you can just use nottype=article instead of filter=other. – moewe Jan 20 '15 at 6:45
• Okay, that is strange. Just updated texlive, I have biblatex 2.9a and biber 1.9 on my lubuntu 14.04 system. will try on a w7 machine later today, see if it's the same. Moewe: nice tip with the nottype instead, thank you! – emilBeBri Jan 20 '15 at 12:20