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I am trying to add in a .bib file created by BibDesk to my report. I have saved the .bib file in a different folder. However, it will not import in the typeset.

I tried to follow the Overleaf instructions but when that didn't work, I tried using natbib.

In the preamble, I have included:

\usepackage{cite}
\usepackage{natbib}
\addbibresource{/Users/Jenny/Desktop/EC/Components/References.bib}

In the body, I have added in:

\bibliography{/Users/Jenny/Desktop/EC/Components/References}
\printbibliography  

But when I typeset it, my TOC does not come up with the section and the bibliography does not print after the conclusion and before the Appendices.

I would like to also know how to style the bibliography in the Harvard way.

Many thanks in advance for your suggestions.

Jenny

  • \usepackage{cite} and \usepackage{natbib} are both incompatible with biblatex. But you use \addbibresource and \printbibliography, which are biblatex commands. It is not clear from the snippets whether you load biblatex. – moewe May 10 '19 at 13:10
  • Any news here? Did you get anywhere with the links? – moewe May 18 '19 at 10:27
  • Apologies for the delayed response. Your advice was very helpful and it is now working. Thank you very much. – Jenny May 19 '19 at 13:30