Is there a package or template I can use where I can put the references at the end of each chapter?


Without seeing any of your code, this question is difficult to answer because any solution must work with what you already have.

However, this problem is addressed in UK-TUG's frequently asked questions:

A separate bibliography for each ‘chapter’ of a document can be provided with the package chapterbib (which comes with a bunch of other good bibliographic things). The package allows you a different bibliography for each \included file (i.e., despite the package’s name, the availability of bibliographies is related to the component source files of the document rather than to the chapters that logically structure the document).

The package bibunits ties bibliographies to logical units within the document: the package will deal with chapters and sections (as defined by LaTeX itself) and also defines a bibunit environment so that users can select their own structuring.

The biblatex package, with biber, provides a similar facility; enclose the text for which you want a local bibliography in a refsection environment, and place a \printbibliography command as the last thing in that environment:

\chapter{First chapter}
Some text \cite{this}
with citations \cite{that}.

Then process with LaTeX (of whatever flavour) and use biber to process the bibliography output. Note that \printbibliography can take an optional argument heading=bib title to provide the bibliography with a (sub)section title.

For more information you may wish to refer to the documentation for biber, biblatex, bibunits and chapterbib.

  • I see. Sorry for the inconvenience. I'll check this. Thank you. – Eureka Dec 22 '16 at 4:04
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    @Fib1123 No inconvenience--it's simply a matter of knowing where to look for answers. :) By the way, welcome to TeX.SX! – ChrisS Dec 22 '16 at 4:40

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