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Biblatex entries with acute accent have wrong format in citation

I want to cite a book from Albert-László Barabási. In the text the format ('last name of author', 'year') should be used, but the citation is printed in the format ('first name' 'last name', 'year'). ...
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Customise authoryear or write a new style? [duplicate]

I'm currently finishing up my thesis and have some troubles getting the citation style I want. I tried to customise the authoryear style in biblatex but it's my first time using latex so I can't seem ...
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Stop full name of second author when using \cite{} [duplicate]

I am trying to cite an article with two authors. The maximum amount of names to two: \usepackage[backend=biber, style=authoryear, maxcitenames=2, sorting=nyt, maxbibnames =99, hyperref=true, ...
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Biblatex doesn't always operate the bib-options correctly [duplicate]

Most of my citations are printed correctly (as I wished) in the pdf Version. But for 2 out of 60 citations, the initials of the first author are also printed. So, intead of Sun et al. 2000, I get Y. ...
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Biblatex, authoryear, and first name abbreviations in citations [duplicate]

Here is an MWE: \documentclass{article} % \usepackage[backend=biber,style=authoryear]{biblatex} % \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @Book{pollis-schwab79a, editor = ...
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First name appears in text-citations at specific circumstances [duplicate]

Now, I stuck at a specific trouble and would like to ask you about this. I am using Biblatex and Biber for citations and generate citations in the text via \cite{} or \citep{}. This works perfectly, ...
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Remove author first name from citations [duplicate]

I'm currently writing my PhD thesis in sharelatex and have come across an issue with my citations. I cannot figure out how to remove the first name of the authors from the citations. \usepackage[...
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Cite authors with same last but different first names [duplicate]

I want to cite the following Paper: http://cjp.sagepub.com/content/20/3/310.abstract Authors are: Carter, David L Carter, Jeremy G How can I get LaTex to cite Carter and Carter 2009 instead of D.l. ...
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One of my cites shows with first name initial for some reason? [duplicate]

My cites are showing Surname, year as expected.. Except this one: @article{wang2013genome, title={Genome-wide transcript analysis of early maize leaf development reveals gene cohorts associated ...
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Citation adding a random full stop? Lyx & Bibtex [duplicate]

To preface I am a complete beginner using lyx to finish my thesis so please be patient with me. I am using bibtex to place my references and then connecting this to my lyx file. Take for example the ...
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biblatex citation includes given name, how can I get rid of it? [duplicate]

I have following literature in my .bib file: @inproceedings{lang2017earth, title={Earth observation for humanitarian assistance}, author={Lang, Stefan and Schoepfer, Elisabeth and Zeil, Peter and ...
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Biblatex displaying second author as first initial + last name for Chinese authors only? [duplicate]

Quite puzzled by what is going on. Biblatex consistently displays the second author as first initial + last name, but seems to do this for Chinese authors only. Which does not seem possible or ...
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biblatex: omit initials, display only lastname when citing single author [duplicate]

I'm using biblatex with biber and want the following format for citing literature: Lastname, Title This is exactly what I get for Fielding.2000 (see below). My problem is that Mitchell.1997 is cited ...
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getting rid of initials in Biblatex [duplicate]

Since some update biblatex inserts initials into the main text when there are two authors with the same last name. This also happens for "Carl J. Pollard" vs. "Carl Pollard". Is there a switch to ...
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Analagous references with different in-text-citation styles [duplicate]

I have the following two analogous references @article{ref1, author = {Martí, R. and Laguna, M. and Glover, F. and Campos, V.}, journal = {European Journal}, number = 2, pages = {450-459}, ...

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