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Cite multiple authors with page references [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 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 ...
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Biblatex: chicago-authordate with multiple sources and specifications [duplicate]

Using biblatex with the chicago-authordate style, I want to typeset a citation with multiple sources and page specifications as "(Hacking 1975, p. 49; Hald 1990, p. 31)". Ideally, it would something ...
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Adding page numbers to footnotes using style=verbose-ibid style [duplicate]

I've just started using LaTeX and would be really grateful for some help in with citations. I have been using the verbose-ibid style and understand how to add page numbers when referring to a single ...
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Cite multiple references with Bibtex? [duplicate]

So I use bibtex and I have set my \bibliographystyle to be unsrt. I want Latex to render something like this: ref [1]-[5] support this claim. but if i write: \cite{x1} - \cite{x5} blah blah ...
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Several citations in the same bracket

Suppose I make two citations at the same place \cite{ref1}, \cite{ref2} It would appear as [1], [2] Sometimes I see a reference like [1, 2] How is that done in TeX? Also, when should I use one ...
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Natbib: Multiple citations with page numbers in one bracket

I'm using natbib with bibliography style "apalike". I can cite two different papers in one bracket; for instance \citep{adams03,collier09} gives me (Adams and Fournier, 2003; Collier et al., 1990). ...
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How to cite two references and include their pages with natbib?

\cite[p.~11]{Author1:2003a} This inserts the number of page only for one author like "(Author1, 2003, p. 11)" However, I would like something like "(Author1, 2003, p. 11, Author2, 2003, p. 22)" Any ...
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Sorting citations using \cites command in biblatex

I am using biblatex for citations and bibliography. Now I often have lists of multiple citations, for which biblatex has the \cites command. Now I can get citations to automatically sort if I don't ...
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multiple citations with individual page numbers using natbib

I am struggling to combine multiple citations with individual page numbers. I have used this natbib reference sheet, but I am stuck (with what is displayed below). It seems as I cannot combine ...
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Multiple citations with individual page numbers using apacite

Problem: Trying to cite two authors with each individual page numbers using the package apacite. (1) I tried the following: \cite[~p. 15-22]{atkin14} \cite[~p. 282]{rub14} (1) Outputs: (Atkinson &...
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Citing a book chapter in a multiple entry citation?

I would like to be able to cite a specific chapter in a book within a multi-entry citation and have the additional citation information map correctly (full MWE follows this explanation). I found this ...
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Multiple citations with multiple comments

I often use multiple citations to blocks I write. So one example could be: This is one part of my text \cite{cit01, cit02, cit03}. Resulting to: This is one part of my text (Kaplan 1996; Norton ...
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citation call-outs separated with a semicolon

I am using the following: \citep[vgl. bspw. ][S. 380]{Bortz2006}\citep[S. 40]{Fayyad1996}\citep[S. 11]{Maimon2010} to get the output: [vgl. bspw. BD06, S. 380][FPSS96, S. 40][MR10, S. 11] Is it ...
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Multiple citations with references

Using \cite, is it possible to do something like: \cite[Theorem A; Theorem B]{1 ; 2} to generate [1,Theorem A ; 2, Theorem B]? Many thanks.
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Mimic behavior of \cites without BibLaTeX?

Per this answer, BibLaTeX allows for the \cites command to combine multiple citations with page numbers. I was wondering if there's a solution to allow for similar (read: identical) functionality ...

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