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Proper casing in citation/bibliography titles using biblatex/Biber

My understanding is that bibtex lets the citation style handle capitalization of titles, which is what I would expect from an automated citation tool. Do biblatex and Biber also do this? The document ...
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How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?

According to the 16th version of the Chicago Manual of Style, titles in the reference list are now supposed to be capitalized in title case style rather than sentence casing. Yet, as far as I ...
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Capitalize words in Bibtex files: {Word} or {W}ord?

I am aware, that it is a feature feature that I need to wrap words in curly braces to keep capitalization. I can picture three reasonable ways to do so: title = {Rise and fall of {Word}} title = {...
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Case protection with emphasis in biblatex

Following the question What is the proper casing to use when storing titles in the bibliography database? I am storing titles in Title Case in the .bib file and {Protecting} proper nouns etc. I had ...
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Biblatex changes capitalisation of titles

I'm using the Biblatex package with the biblatex-phys citation style, and they are changing the titles of some random entries in my bibliography to lowercase. I can't seem to determine how they decide ...
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What is the definition of \printlist{location} (biblatex)

I'm writing my own bibliography style based on the trad-standard.bbx. For the phdthesis driver I'd like to include the department as a separate input in the bib file. So my bibfile looks like this: @...
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How to cite german book titles properly (upper case) with csl and rmarkdown?

I am using RMarkdown in RStudio and want to cite several sources using csl, specifically I use the style "elsevier-with-titles.csl". I want to cite a german reference, so title must have upper case ...
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! Extra }, or forgotten \endgroup. in my bbl file

Here is my .tex file: \documentclass[a4paper, oneside, 12pt]{article} \usepackage[style=nature, url=true]{biblatex} \usepackage{hyperref} \addbibresource{C:/library.bib} \begin{document} \cite{...
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Typesetting chemical element names in bibliography

This is a request of clarification for a quirk I've found with the accepted solution of Typesetting chemical element names If I attempt to use such solution, and I define a couple of new macros as \...
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Custom .bst file: change.case$ does not work

I am using a custom .bst file and title "t" change.case$ does not seem to work. It changes the cast to lower or upper when used with parameters "u" or "l". My format....
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Is there a command to make reference entries type consistent?

I am writing my PDF document in Rmarkdown and I keep the .tex file. I use Zotero for citation management. The following yalm had my citations coded transferable between .Rmd and .tex files, which ...
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Changing Formatting of Edited Volume Bibliography Entries

I have a question about bibliography formatting. I am using Biber and Biblatex to do my bibliographies (in the APA style), but I want to change the formatting of bibliography entries for book chapters ...
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Getting `\textcite` to show only author last name when we have a single author

I want to use the command \textcite in biblatex, but when the reference has a single author, the command shows the last name seperated by a comma from the first name. How can we let only the last name ...
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How can I automatically capitalize significant words in my bibliography?

I'm using BibTex with natbib and the abbrvnat bibliography style. By default, it converts all but the first letter and {}-protected letters to lower case. I would like to automatically title-case my ...
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Change the case of publication titles in bibliographies created using Mendeley

I would like to format the titles in my References such that they are in title case. However, when I generate the bibliography, only some references follow the desired format. My .bib file is exported ...

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