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Guidelines for customizing biblatex styles

Suppose I've just made the switch to biblatex. I have chosen one of the built-in styles (numeric, alphabetic, authoryear, authortitle, verbose) or of the custom styles available at CTAN, and I've ...
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Omit heading in biblatex with printbibliography

Is it possible to omit the heading when I use the \printbibliography command? I want to print two different bibliographies one after the other and need to add some text between the second heading and ...
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Biblatex: changing the order of entries

I switched to biblatex only recently and I'm still struggling with understanding how to do things properly. My question is: How to change the order of entries/units/blocks in the bibliography? The ...
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How do you keep track of your code snippets?

If you've been working with LaTeX for any amount of time, I'm sure you've picked up several little tricks and snippets of code that you want to reuse. For example, a particular way to set up a package ...
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Recent alternatives to the historian package

The historian reference style is almost exactly what I need, but it's causing a lot of errors and seems to be kind of outdated. Are there any recommended recent alternatives? I need footnote ...
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Customizing biblatex styles using \usebibmacro

I am currently trying to adapt a biblatex style to my needs. I was able to do most tweaks by reading all the answers to similar demands here (such as Suppress "In:" biblatex or Guidelines ...
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A biblatex style that's like plainnat

I want to switch to biblatex but despite the rather minimal changes suggested in some answers to switching from natbib, there's really a lot that seems to need changing. For example, the "In:" needs ...
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author year style with biblatex

I have asked about a specific referencing style and was recommended to use biblatex. I was given a nice answer author name formatting in plainnat but then I would like to make minor changes: The "et ...
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\AtEveryBibitem{\clearfield{Title}} in beamer?

In my beamer presentation, I want to cite the reference without title. So, I tried: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[ backend=bibtex8, defernumbers=true, sorting=none, firstinits=true, ...
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What exactly is the relationship Biblatex refers to as an alias of an entry type? And how should the formatting of aliased entry types be configured?

According to Biblatex's manual, the standard styles treat @review as an alias for @article: Reviews of some other work. This is a more specific variant of the @article type. The standard styles ...
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Proper use of in:, \intitlepunct for @inbook entries in biblatex

The following code produces what are (to me) unexpected results and I would like to know where I am going wrong. Here's the code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}...
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Is there an SBL citation style?

Does anyone know if there exists a .bst file for the Society of Biblical Literature citation format? Or a biblatex style?
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Custom BibLaTeX style

I need to produce the following BibLaTeX style: Currently I get this output: with the .bib file named Libtest.bib @unpublished {mi:2009, author = {T. Miller and X. Meyer and K. Nahel}, title = {...
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Is there a way to prevent URLs from appearing in biblatex citations?

I'd like to customize verbose biblatex citations to exclude URLs (and DOIs) while keeping them in the bibliography. Is there a simple way to accomplish this? While I'm at it, I'd like to get rid of ...
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Changing order of fields for @incollection / @inbook [duplicate]

For one chapter references (@inbook{Ramberg2013) I need to change the field order. The field order after In: needs to be Initials. Surname of author/editor(s) followed by ed/eds. if relevant. _title ...

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