Sir, I saw you answer a question in which you wrote that autocite was good because you could rewrite it as autocite=footnote. Could you give an example of how you would do that?
For citations that aren't used in the flow of the text ("As Einstein (1905) showed ...", produced by
biblatex offers four basic citation commands resp. package options:
autocite=plain]: Citations are typeset as-is;
autocite=inline]: Citations are typeset in parentheses;
autocite=footnote]: Citations are typeset as footnotes;
autocite=superscript] (only available for the
numericstyle family): Citations are typeset as superscripts.
Instead of choosing one of those four commands, one may simply use the higer-level command
biblatex will automatically translate it into the lower-level citation command most appropriate for the style family (e.g.,
If you want to switch to a non-default citation command (e.g.,
authoryear), you simply add the corresponding package option: