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I am using Pandoc for writing texts with Latex or Markdown and converting them to Word (because of no reason everyone else still wants this word-shit). Now I have to convert my citations into footnote style. I have found the filter mode notes-after-punctuation but don't know how I should implement this into my call, e.g. from Rmd to doc:

pandoc -f markdown -t docx --reference-doc=JJL.dotx --resource-path=.:figures --filter pandoc-crossref --filter pandoc-citeproc --bibliography=sample.bib -o output.docx doc.Rmd

Manipulation the output of the citations via Latex didn't work with the following:

\usepackage[style=footnote-dw, 
natbib=true, 
backref=true, 
edsuper=true, 
nopublisher=false, 
urldate=long, 
backend=biber]{biblatex}
  • With biblatex, you have the \footcite command, if I understand well your problem. – Bernard Jul 21 '19 at 12:23
  • yes, that could be a solution, but only for latex not for markdown – לאה פּאַסטעך Jul 21 '19 at 12:32
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    It was of course just a suggestion, as I don't know markdown. Another suggestion: can you use the footbib package? – Bernard Jul 21 '19 at 12:36
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    You can only use bib(la)tex if the output format is latex and you have to use --bibtex or --biblatex instead of pandoc-citeproc. If you are using pandoc-citeproc, which is needed for .docx, then you have to find a suitable CSL style that matches your requirements. You can access a huge database of available styles here: Zotero Style Repository. Filter for format note – DG' Jul 21 '19 at 19:33
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    Thank you! this Zotero Style is a great repository! – לאה פּאַסטעך Jul 21 '19 at 21:03
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As @DG' writes one can load a citation style from a csl-file from the Zotero Style Repository. The code would be like:

pandoc -f latex -t docx --bibliography=sample.bib --csl journal-of-linguistics.csl  -o output.docx text.tex 
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