I am looking for a bibliography style that looks like "regstud" (see picture, taken from http://debibify.dorian-depriester.fr/ here), but includes an url, urldate and shortauthor/shorteditor field (or another possibility to add organization abbreviations.

sample of regstud bibliography style I tried making my own style with makebst but the settings I want cannot be changed in the workflow (you can only add the URL, but no url date and no abbreviations).

I am using BibTeX and natbib in TeXstudio. This is a minimal working example:

\documentclass[a4paper, twoside, 12pt]{scrbook}

abstract = {ArcGIS geoprocessing toolset containing tools for classifying 
    rasters via a feature-based approach.},
author = {{Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc}},
year = {2017},
title = {{An overview of the Segmentation and Classification toolset---Help | ArcGIS for Desktop}},
url = {http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.5/tools/spatial-analyst-toolbox/an-overview-of-the-segmentation-and-classification-tools.htm},
keywords = {ANALYSIS},
urldate = {2018-03-21},
shortauthor = {Esri}

Some random text before parenthesis cite \citep{Esri.2017a}. And before cite text \citet{Esri.2017a}.

Inline, the citation is the full name instead of shortname (Environmental Systems Research Insitute, Inc, 2017). citation in text The output in the bibliography (using regstud) lacks the URL, URL date and abbreviated organization name: citation in bibliography

Is there a way to either edit a .bst or a .dbj file (that is generated by makebst) in a way that the outcome is as I want it?

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    Please add a complete minimal working example of your current document setup.
    – epR8GaYuh
    Commented Aug 2, 2019 at 14:25
  • I did. I also noticed this warning message: Warning--entry type for "Esri.2017a" isn't style-file defined. Does that mean that the style doesn't support @www and therefore internet entries?
    – Soalpa
    Commented Aug 5, 2019 at 7:18
  • Okay, so I found a solution for the urldate: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/441617/… and tex.stackexchange.com/questions/236028/…. Is there a similar thing for the abbreviations? The @www type is really not supported by the style. I changed it to misc which gives the same result.
    – Soalpa
    Commented Aug 24, 2019 at 16:12


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