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I'd like to compile one chapter in a thesis, and include the bibliography, with only the citations found in that chapter.

I am using \include and \includeonly to get just the chapter I want, but it comes with the entire bibliography. If I edit the aux file to remove mention of all other chapters after running pdflatex once with the includeonly, then do bibtex and two more pdflatex, I get what I want. Is it possible to achieve the same without manually editing the aux file? My understanding is it includes all the other chapters for the sake of cross-references - is there a way to preserve that but still only end up with a bibliography of citations from the one chapter?

Note, I'm not looking to add a bibliography to each chapter, I'm just looking to be able to build a single chapter with the bibliography of its citations.

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  • it appears that simply switching from bibtex to biblatex solved the problem!
    – Ethan
    Apr 29, 2016 at 1:53

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it appears that simply switching from bibtex to biblatex solved the problem!

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