Is there any way to make section-wise references in the beamer similar to the case of chapter-wise references in the thesis?

  • You might be interested in the approaches presented in the comments and answers to How do I add a separate bibtex bibliography in beamer to each lecture? – leandriis Jan 11 '20 at 9:52
  • I have seen this, but it is not helping me. I want more than 1 frame at different places in a single presentation. – Bableen Kaur Jan 11 '20 at 9:54
  • With multiple \printbibliography[section=<nr>] commands with <nr> being the number of the corresponding ref section, you can get multiple frames with bibliographies for individual sections. – leandriis Jan 11 '20 at 10:16

With \newrefsection to separate the sections from each other and multiple \printbibliography[section=...] commands:

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\section{first} \newrefsection
\begin{frame}{first frame of section 1}
Whatever text in the first section

\begin{frame}{Bibliography of section 1}

\section{second} \newrefsection
\begin{frame}{first frame of section 2}
Whatever text in the first section

\begin{frame}{Bibliography of section 2}
  • Can I also do this using 2 different bib files? bib file per section? – Bableen Kaur Jan 11 '20 at 12:47
  • So, I have incorporated your code with the one I need. It is successfully running. I have used the theme of Warsaw. And in that theme, all section headings show up at the top. After including your code, Bibliography is also showing as a heading at the top(multiple times). Is there any way to remove it from showing up at the top? The rest is fine. – Bableen Kaur Jan 11 '20 at 13:45
  • As the answers to How to delete the word 'References' from the navigation bar in Beamer? suggest, adding the heading=none option to \printbibliography command helps. – leandriis Jan 11 '20 at 13:53
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    It works. Happy now. – Bableen Kaur Jan 11 '20 at 13:56

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