# Make reference to a bibliography subsection generated by biblatex

I am using biblatex in my document. I have divided the bibligraphy in 2 subsections, one for scientific articles and the other for codes and regulations. For that I used keywords, as suggested in the biblatex manual.

\printbibheading[heading=bibnumbered]


I am using heading = subbibnumbered because I want this bibliography subsections to be considered like subsection, numbered and included in the table of contents.

This works fine. Now I want to make a reference to this subsections, but I don't know how to make it. Does biblatex use a \label when making this subsections? Is it possible to define one?

I have tried to include a label after the call to \printbibliography. The link points to the correct position but the number of the section refered is the previous to the bibliography ones.

I have searched in the biblatex manual and in Stack Exchange, but I haven't find this question answered, sorry if it already is.

Thank you.

• Hi and welcome, have you tried putting a label within the title? title={Scientific articles\label{sciArticles}} Haven't tested it, but i think this could work. – Johannes_B Jun 16 '15 at 12:20

Add the label within the title.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{biblatex}

• That's actually pretty clever. I used to use \AtBeginBibliography{\label{bibliography}}, but, of course, that works only if you have only one bibliography. If you want to keep the same name, use title={\bibname\label{bib:book}} for instance. – Clément Nov 12 '16 at 21:03