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Similarly, but slightly different from Use multiple keywords in \ printbibliography to filter the bibliography I wonder:

Is there a way to filter \printbibliography using multiple keywords that are present in the .bib file entries ?

For exemple, I'd like the command \printbibliography[keyword={key_1,key_2,key_3}] to print entries that combines at least one of the keywords from the set key_1 AND/OR key_2 AND/OR key_3.

  • try \printbibliography[keyword=key_1,keyword=key_2,...] – user2478 Apr 27 '17 at 19:12
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    thanks @Herbert. As the linked question/answer specifies: the syntax you suggest is used for AND (i.e. print ONLY entries that include all keys). – ingli Apr 27 '17 at 19:15
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Biblatex supplied a filter that works:

\defbibfilter{example}{%
    keyword=key_1 or keyword=key_2 or keyword=key_3
}

\printbibliography[filter=example, title={References}] 

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