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I'm writing my thesis, but I need to get the bibliography for each chapter, and place a global bibliography at the end of the document. I use the \usepackage[sectionbib]chapterbib, works well but I can not get the global references

What I need to get is about

  1. Name of the Chapter 1 1

    1.1 Section 1 ................................................. 2

    1.2 Section 2 ................................................. 3

    References .................................................... 4

  2. Name of the Chapter 2

    2.1 Section 1 ................................................. 5

    2.2 Section 2 ................................................. 6

    References .................................................... 7

Global References 10

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  • Were do the global references come from? I mean, from some kind of foreword/epilogue?
    – guillem
    Dec 17, 2012 at 16:04

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To cite the documentation of chapterbib:

  1. To have a cohesive bibliography for the whole document, plus individual bibs in the chapters, put \bibliography commands in the included chapters plus in the root file; use \usepackage[rootbib]{chapterbib}; run LaTeX; run BibTeX on the root file; change to \usepackage{chapterbib}; run LaTeX; run BibTeX on each included file; run LaTeX; run LaTeX. This produces an independent 'overall' bibliography which only makes sense for various 'named' bibliography styles; a style with numbering will give unrelated numbers in each bibliography. Actually, you probably don't need to ever run with [rootbib] because, although bibTeX should complain about multiple \bibdata commands, it should produce all the right bbl files -- but the root \bibliographystyle must come first in the document.
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  • I use the option \usepackage[rootbib,sectionbib]{chapterbib} and works well, thanks. I understand that references will not match Dec 17, 2012 at 15:45

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