I use BibLateX in a Tufte-book document class, and I want to apply a style with Author, Date, Title to the references in footnotes. I found a style which approaches this but the year is missing, as follow:


How can I create a specific style in order to have Author, Date and Title ?


A very similar question can be found at Partial and complete citations with biblatex in the same document.

Here I'd choose option 3 to define a new command that we can map to \autocite. With your settings and the desired output it seems appropriate to base the style on authoryear-ibid (I didn't take style=authortitle-icomp because you sort nyt, which suggests the year is more important than the title and you also want the date before the title in citations).

\usepackage[backend=biber, style=authoryear-icomp]{biblatex}










Sigfridsson and Ryde 1998, ‘Comparison of methods for deriving atomic charges from the electrostatic potential and moments’.

  • Your solution works, Thanks, but these modifications change the title layout of parts of my document. I will describe the problem in another question to solve it.
    – Phil8544
    Jun 4 '20 at 17:53

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