# biblatex custom style no numbering in bibliography [duplicate]

se community,

i would like to write my masters thesis in tex using miktex + texstudio. i wrote my bachelors thesis using bibtex and now switched to biblatex + biber. i was searching for a citation style for biblatex that is as close as possible to iso 690. this is the closest match i could find: https://github.com/domhardt/BibLaTeX-DIN1505/blob/master/din.bbx

Unfortunately, there is no numbering in the bibliography.

Here is my MWE:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage
[
backend=biber,
citestyle=numeric,
bibstyle=DIN
%       style=numeric
]
{biblatex}

\begin{document}

zitat buch \cite{book} \\

\printbibliography
\nocite{*}

\end{document}


And my .bib file

@article{article,
author  = {Autor Artikel},
title   = {Name des Artikels},
journal = {Zeitschrift Name},
year    = 1993,

number  = 2,
pages   = {201-213},
month   = 7,
note    = {Notiz},
volume  = 4
}

@book{book,
author    = {Autor Buch},
title     = {Buch Titel},
publisher = {Herausgeber Name},
year      = 1993,

volume    = 4,
series    = 10,
edition   = 3,
month     = 7,
note      = {Notiz},
isbn      = {3257227892}
}


If possible, i would like to have numbers like style=numeric. Is there a way to implement this at some point in the DIN.bbx? Is this even the right place for making this change?

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• You can also chheck out https://github.com/michal-h21/biblatex-iso690. Actually reading the DIN/ISO might be another interesting thing to do. – Johannes_B Apr 24 '15 at 21:17