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Multiple citations with pages using BibLaTeX

How can I best include citations with multiple authors and page references? That is, I would like the output to look similar to this:

This has been discussed by Anderson and Jones in multiple places (cf. Anderson 1985:87, 1986a:123, 1986b:245, Jones 1989:100, 2000a:24, 2000b:45).

I'm currently using natbib, but I'm not tied to that if something else would be better.

  • The answer is really style/citation guide dependent. Once you know the style (APA, MLA, etal) then just research the appropriate manual. This will also guide you in selecting the appropriate BibTeX style. – R. Schumacher Jul 16 '12 at 23:31
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    I don't quite understand how that will help me. I know how I want the citations (the style) to look - I want to be able to cite multiple authors with page references, just as indicated in my question. Knowing that (or finding a style manual telling me that) doesn't help me knowing how to implement that in LaTeX code. – Sverre Jul 17 '12 at 11:09
  • I think the best solution will be the usage of biblatex. I don't know whether there is a 100% identical style but biblatex allows your to modify the default settings very simple. – Marco Daniel Oct 4 '12 at 6:20
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    Personally I have migrated to biblatex, so closing the question doesn't matter to me. But this question is not a duplicate, because the other question specifically asks how to do it with biblatex, whereas I am asking how to do it with natbib and BibTeX. To assist others who have the same question, it would be better to just answer that it cannot be done (if that's indeed the case). – Sverre Oct 5 '12 at 11:14
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    That's fine, but it doesn't change the fact that the question is not a duplicate. I would've preferred an answer along the lines of "it cannot be done with natbib and BibTeX, you should use biblatex", with a link to the alleged duplicate. [This is not a very important discussion anymore, so I'll end my contribution to it here] – Sverre Oct 5 '12 at 17:18

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