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{back-referencing} is about referencing entries in {bibliographies} back to the main text, comparable to (though implemented differently from) {indexing} topics or names.

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Backref not working for compressed citation

I used the following code in the header of my thesis in order to compress citations, but also include backref in my Reference section : \usepackage[backref=page]{hyperref} \usepackage[hyperpageref]{...
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Referencing overriden by list of figures

I have an issue with my report reference numbering. My List of Figures numbering seems to have overwritten my document reference numbering. The references in my list of figures start at 1, which means ...
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biblatex: Customise formatting of back-references

I would like minimal back-references, i.e., I would like A. N. Other. 2001. The mother of all breakthroughs. World 3:141-592. 1. instead of A. N. Other. 2001. The mother of all breakthroughs. World ...
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Page number for the back-reference is getting printed, but hyperlink is not. What is wrong?

I am using the natbibapa environment, with the apacite style. I want the back-reference hyperlink to appear between brackets at the end of each reference. Here is the code... \documentclass[12pt,...
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Displaying variable which is defined after the variable is used in text

I have a situation where I need to access a variable which is defined after it is used in the text. An example of what I'm trying to achieve is below, essentially the definition of variable happens ...
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Back referencing in a document?

How can I produce a back reference in a LaTeX document, for linked references in a bibliography, or for links to figures, sections etc.? I.e. linking from text to reference, and then from reference ...
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Exclude page number from list in glossaries for some references of that entry

Is there a way to specify a glossary entry to generate a reference, but not add its position to the location list in the final glossary? I am trying to do some cross-references like this: \...
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\multifigref to use instead of \cref

as you see in the provided file, I tried to write a command that allows me to reference multiple figure, I want to use that instead of using \cref, \figref works perfectly but it only takes one figure,...
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Customizing bibliography style with back referencing

I want to put a full stop at the end of each bib item before the subscripted page numbers directed to the citations. For example, it appears as: [1] Vladimir I Arnold. Mathematical Methods of ...
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Correcting the back referencing from bibliography

I am writing lecture notes where the title page numbering is set to gobble, the toc pages are in roman and the lectures pages are in arabic. The problem is specifically on the 1st lecture page. I have ...
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An extra bibliography section for recommended lectures

I've been asked now to add a "Recommended Lectures" section after the actual bibliography for my thesis. So, regardless whether I'm citing a reference in text or not, I must discern if it is ...
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Good way to reference a specific part of a long text?

The example below compiles and makes a clickable link, but in the printed version it is not clear where the link is going. I suppose to solve that, I could implement some kind of reverse link in a ...
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backrefstyle=two not working with bibstyle=phys and biblatex

I have a problem with back referencing, first a minimal example that I use: \documentclass[headings=chapterprefix,12pt,twoside,openany]{scrbook} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{iftex} \ifPDFTeX \...
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backref does not work on VS code

I can't get back-referencing of citations to work with VS Code. Here is my minimum reproducible example, which works fine on overleaf but not on VS Code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \...
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How to adjust the space between references?

I want to change the space between the references. I think maybe change this place, But Idk how to change it. \if@appendbibformat \AtEndPreamble{% \@ifpackageloaded{biblatex}% ...
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Two questions about bibtex and hyperref

I spent around six hours figuring out how latex works for my literracy review; and I was wondering two things : I used hyper ref to go from a citation to the bibliography; but I would like to know how ...
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Show [Cited on page X] in natbib

The questions that I saw online are only for biblatex like this answer, unfortunately I'm using natbib and prefer not to switch. This are the packages I'm using for references and bibliography: % ...
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\usepackage{ulem} package for strikethrough generates underlined reference section

I am using the ulem package for strikethrough as: \sout{and PET} method But this underlines some parts of my references in bibliography section. If I comment the ulem out then strikethrough goes with ...
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The 'backref' package and biblatex are incompatible

Still new to LaTex and found this question appearing many times here (link, link, link), but still couldn't figure out a solution. It seems like the other SO questions had pagebackref or hyperref ...
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Biblatex citation for different dates of historical articles publication

I would like to address the community with the following general question. If you've ever needed to refer to some historical articles from the works of, say, J. C. Maxwell or A. Einstein, you may have ...
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Backref not adding backref to all references of \cite command in the bibliography

I'm using backref to add the page number in front of each citations in the bibliography. I also needed to add the the word 'page' before each backref hyperlink. main.tex: \documentclass{article} \...
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Glossaries - Exclude page numbers from certain section

I am using the glossaries-extra package in my document. Here is an excerpt: \chapter{List of Nicknames} \label{chapter:nicknames} % PAGE 4 OF THE OUTPUT PDF % I am actually using the `acronyms` ...
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How to reference and cite corporate authors with acronymised names?

I'm referencing the following tech report by the "New South Wales Environmental Protection Agency" which is a long corporate author name that I'd like to acronymise in my text. The suitable ...
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Printing Different bibliographies with Different bib files in book class using biblatex

How to print different bibliographies with Different bib files in book class? Here is sample outline. \documentclass{book} \usepackage[backend=bibtex]{biblatex} \addbibresource{file1.bib} \...
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Pointer to corresponding page etc

I implemented glossary and a bibliograpghy in a report. A few days ago, everytime I had \acrshrt{the_word}, the pdf version would create a pointer from the actual word to its meaning in the glossary ...
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Placing references with hyperlinks on abstract

I am working on a paper that is a follow-up from another one I have co-authored. Thus, I must insert my previous work on the abstract with a direct link to the first publication. How can I do this on ...
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biblatex-apa does not consistently remove period after DOI when using the option backref. How to fix this?

It can be seen in the following MWE that, when backref = true, for reference types like book, (and in fact almost every other type than article, from my tests) biblatex-apa does not remove the period ...
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Adding `UsedOn` option to cleveref's \cref to mimic hyperref's \backcite

(This question and answer led to the new package cleveref-usedon, see the CTAN version or the dev version on github.) I am trying to overload \label and \cref, so that the following happens (similar ...
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Referencing Supplemental Material for Physical Review Letters

I have been working on an manuscript to submit for publication at Physical Review Letters. For it, I am using there recommended package: REVTeX 4.2e. The manuscript has a two parts: the "main ...
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Cite command similar to cleveref

I would like a command which does with cited BibTex entries exactly what the package cleveref does with equations and figures (via the command \cref). This precise question was asked here a few years ...
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Ways of reference subsection number from another article?

We have subsection 9.5 of article [2]. We can mentioned this subsection by: Please see in \S9.5 of [2] or Please see in \S9.5 of aricle [2] 1)Do we have a short way as: Please see in \S9.5[2] 2)...
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BibTeX: Refer to page numbers or sections

I am using BibTeX for the first time and I wonder what is the correct way of referring to page numbers etc. inside a referenced book/article/website/… Let's start with this block of code: \...
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biber: backref after related entry

In the following MWE (compiled with pdflatex, biber, and again pdflatex), the back reference is printed in front of the ‘reprinted as’ (see screenshot). Is there a way to put the back reference at the ...
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How to modify backref format in biblatex?

Trying to get backref to work with biblatex with KOMA, I came up with the following code: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage[natbib=true,backref=true,style=ieee]{biblatex} \usepackage{hyperref}...
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Incompability of backref with biblatex

This question might be related to Biblatex error: Incompatible backref package but has no solution and did not provide an example of document. Running the following \documentclass{scrbook} \...
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\ref{} refers to the corresponding section, not the specific environment

In my Latex, I am using \usepackage{chngcntr} \counterwithin{equation}{section} to keep track of my equation environments sectionwise but when I am labeling and then referring to the labels, it ...
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Backref in references for different entries

In the following document, I use biblatex with backref. However, backref is output slightly differently between different types of entries. For articles, the page numbers are not followed by a period, ...
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how to hide the references in list of figures

first when I didn't use the command \bibliographystyle{unsrt} to make my references in order, the references didn't showed up, but after that I used it, the references start to appear from the list ...
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Latex Back Referencing Overfull \hbox Problem with hyperref [duplicate]

I encountered an issue with hyperref, as I wrote a long thesis. I have to \cite{} some references very often, then the back referencing becomes longer than one line (see the picture below). When this ...
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How to customize footnote call-ups with footmisc, fnpct and footnotebackref loaded?

I would like to customize my footnotes call-ups (the numbers appearing below the footnote rule) by making them non-superscript numbers, perhaps with a trailing dot. However, since I am loading some ...
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How to reference into a different volume

My large lecture text is almost ready, and it has become so large (6 chapters, 450 pages), that I decided to subdivide it into 3 volumes of 2 chapters each, each with its own Title page, TOC, LOF, ...
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Precise exact back-reference target with nomenclature

I would like to know if there is a way to make the page references in the nomenclature point to the exact place where the \nomenclature command has been given (e.g. by assigning a label as discussed ...
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Bug in the back-references last line

I am a LyX user. I am using back-references to refer to the cited pages, as seen in the figure below. However, in the last reference, there is a bug: the back-reference text skips to the next line (&...
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Hanging indent for references by hand [duplicate]

I wrote an article in LaTeX using document class article and the natbib package, together with apacite. However, the publisher has so many requirements which are indiosyncratic that I think the ...
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How can I edit my .bst file to add an extra period after the author's name?

I'm using \bibliographystyle{apalike} and want my references to appear not as "Smith, J. (2019)" but rather "Smith, John. (2019)" not as "Jones, M.T. (2019)." but as ...
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How can I make the entries in my bibliography appear with their entire first name?

I realize that the answer to this question MUST be somewhere already, but after over an hour of google I just don't know what else to do then to ping you, hat-in-hand. I'm using natbib and \...
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Back-referencing question: 3-8 instead of 3,4,5,6,7,8

Consider the following citation style below: I would like to have it displayed as ''1, and 3-8'' instead of the above. Any suggestions? I want 3 and 8 to be linked to the pages 3 and 8, respectively. ...
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IEEE Latex Bibliography (remove letter at the end of each reference)

I'm trying to create a bibliography with Mendeley in Latex for my Thesis, but at the end of the document there is a letter "V", in blue color as a link. I wanted to remove that letter "...
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Citing problems Bibliography

I'm using Texmaker and Jabref to manage my citing and bibliography but when I try to compile the document from Quick Build to BibTex, this message appeares.. Process started INFO - This is Biber 2.15 ...
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How to backreference floating environments like listings or figures to where they are mentioned?

I do want to put some source code entries and some figures/images in my appendix for more details see this question), and thus I would find it very useful to have a backlink there (just like you can ...
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