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I use pandoc-citeproc for formatting my text (written in markdown), because I need to use a specific CSL style for the references of my thesis. Everything works well. I precise that I've set Pandoc to export to PDF, with the xetex engine.

Now, I'd like to subdivide my bibliography in two sections : academic literature for one part, and newpapers articles for the other part. To doing that, if I've well all understood, I have to use biblatex to format bibliography... which is not compatible with CSL styles.

So, my question is simple : is there a way to subdivide a bibliography with pandoc-citeproc ?

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  • The short answer is: no. Maybe you can write a filter. Your best shot is using biblatex and modifying an existing style to match the CSL
    – DG'
    Commented Mar 2, 2018 at 8:28
  • Ok. That's clear... I have to make a choice. Thanks ! :-)
    – laspic
    Commented Mar 2, 2018 at 12:41

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It's been a while, but there is native solution for your issue: https://github.com/pandoc-ext/multibib

It let's you load multiple bibliographies in the yaml-header

---
bibliography:
  main: main-bibliography.bib
  software: software.bib
---

And print them wherever you want

# References

::: {#refs-main}
:::

# Software

::: {#refs-software}
:::

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