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I'm writing a script about art & mathematics with a lot of pictures that I must contribute copyright. I would not like to put the copyrights in the caption, is there a usual way to attribute copyright somewhere at the end? Perhaps a package that would do this automatically?

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    You might be interested in the copyright package: it defines a \copyrightbox command which adds the copyright on a side of the image, in a grey font by default, independently of the caption.
    – Bernard
    Oct 25, 2020 at 18:11
  • In some books I have read (but can't now find) copyrights were noted in some kind of Acknowlegments section. I thought that you might have a bibliography saying where your pictures came from and the copyright information for them. I don't know how you might accomplish that. Oct 25, 2020 at 18:41
  • @PeterWilson biblatex can handle that easily, with type=, keyword= and category= option settings, including not... versions, for the bibliography command; or a combination of those settings (filter) - amongst other things. \defbibfilter{example}{% ( type=book or type=inbook ) and keyword=abc and not keyword={x y z} } Categories work at document level and you can add items to a category mid-document as you need them and without changing anything in the .bib file.
    – Cicada
    Oct 26, 2020 at 8:12
  • copyright package seems good, I'll use that one. thanks.
    – Jake B.
    Oct 27, 2020 at 21:41

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