Questions tagged [harvard-style]

{harvard-style} is about bibliography questions regarding the citation call-out style known as the "Harvard" or "author-year" system. Examples are `Jones (1999)` and `(Miller 2001)`. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement this citation style.

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Customising @inbook or @incollection bibliography entry?

I'm very new to LaTeX, only started coding last weekend. I've learned the basics of bibtex and switched to biblatex to use for my bibliography. I've been fighting my way through tutorials trying get ...
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BIBTEX - Help needed for adding ISBN in agsm bibliography style

I am writing a report in a modified report class and am using agsm as a bibliography style. Using the help of: hack for including doi in agsm bibliography style I managed to add a DOI to my modified ...
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Havard and hyperref do not like each other

A journal has indicated that submissions can use the harvard bibliography style. But it appears that the harvard style does not play well with hyperref or bookmarks (and maybe other packages that ...
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Using dcu style with natbib, some references show as question marks while others do not

Using dcu style with natbib, some references show as question marks while others do not. I have included examples of references that do work alongside those that do not work as well as the code I am ...
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How to change the year color in the citation, harvard style (author, year) citation?

This is the MWE. Can anyone help me how to solve this issue? Please find the detailed question inside the code. If I have to renew command for year, how can I do that in .bst or .sty file? \...
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How to change citation conjunction using agsm (harvard style)?

So, I am currently writing using the agsm bibliography style to generate Harvard-style (aka authoryear-style) citation call-outs. The problem is that I am writing in swedish and when I want to cite ...
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Unwanted random semicolon between some names in citation

I have a quite complicated template to write my thesis with, however there is a small issue that I cannot solve. The majority of the citations in my text (using ISO 690:2010 standard and the biblatex-...
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Is there an easy way of removing quotation marks from bibliography when using agsm (harvard style)?

I need help with the exact thing as been answered here https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/47526/181498! I do not understand the solution though. This is what I tried to do: I found the agsm.bst file ...
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Cannot compile bibliography with URL in it

I'm writing my first document in LaTeX and I'm using natbib for the bibliography and dcu as the style. This is what I've written: @misc{et, author = "Engineering Toolbox", year = "2003", title = "...
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comma between author and year in harvardstyle Sagej

I need to insert comma between the name of author and year in Harvard style \documentclass[Afour,sageh,times]{sagej} \setcounter{secnumdepth}{3} \usepackage{latexsym,amsfonts,amssymb} \usepackage{...
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Citing just the first author in text

I'm writing a paper based on the template of the conference to which I intend to submit it, and it uses the Harvard citation style. In my text, there's a line that is as it follows: The Linear ...
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natbib: @inproceedings with jmr bibliography style

I am quite new to LaTeX and don't know how to create an own bibliography style. I use natbib and jmr as bibliography style and I am fine with it except this one problem: For entries like @article (...
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How to hide URL in bibliography?

I am using my university version of Harvard referencing style (\bibliographystyle{leedsharvard_v3}) but I would like to remove/hide the URL from the bibliography. How can I do it? and if I need to ...
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Overwriting harvard style

It's a bit tricky as I can use the standard Harvard style which is (Author YYYY). The "german" (having no idea how it's called) way is to build show the page as well. M More accurate: (Author, YYYY: ...
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Two periods between the last author name and year

I use makebst to create a .bst file, but there are two periods between the last author name and year. How can I remove one period? The whole myHarvard.bst can be find here. The following are two ...
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add prefix to a harvard-style citation call-out, as in “(e.g. Abe et al., 1999)”

The iucr document class, prescribed for IUCr journals, includes the harvard citation management package. How can I change \cite{Abe99} so that "Abe et al., 1999" is preceded by "e.g.", within the ...
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Why isn't \let\bf\relax working for bibliography?

\documentclass[]{article} \usepackage{harvard} \bibliographystyle{agsm} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{document} \begin{filecontents*}{mybib.bib} @article{roth2007, title={Repugnance as a ...
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How to edit bst file to reorder editors and book title in @incollection?

How to edit the bst file to order editors before the book title in @incollection? The current code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname....
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An Issue about the single quote in bibliography using 'natbib' with 'agsm'

I used natbib with agsm sytle in the bibliography. The Journal article title is within the single quote. Can I change the single quote to the double quote? Thanks a lot! The latex codes are : \...
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natbib and agsm - citation call-outs to pieces with same first author & same year

I'm using the natbib package with agsm bibliography style. I have two references which have the same first author and which were published in the same year. Both references have more than 10 authors. ...
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How to use \cite correctly? - \cite results in “?”

This is my main.tex: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,parskip=full]{scrreprt} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} % Paper layout \usepackage[a4paper,top=2.5cm,right=2.5cm,bottom=2.5cm,left=2.5cm]...
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natbib - Same author same year citations with a and b references in harvard-style (or anything other than apalike)

I have a problem where I didn't find any solution even after hours of googling. I have two references where three of the authors are the same (BibTeX file with Mendeley): \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]...
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Redefine author-year to match Harvard Anglia flavour

I am customizing LaTeX templates for me and my friends to use. Because our college didn't provide one. After spending 3 days I can get it working and match the docx template from my college, except it ...
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harvard bibliography, improper alphabetic constant

I am trying to make a Harvard style bibliography, using bibtex and the package natbib, for a journal which requires it, but the online facility I have to use won't take the .bib to process it. So I ...
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Change amount of hanging indentation in reference list

I want hanging indentation, by half an inch, in the References section. That is, apart from the first line, subsequent lines for each entry should start at 0.5 inch from the left. My MWE consists of ...
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modify the agsm.bst

I am using LaTeX with the article document class. The Bibtex bibliography style that I am using is agsm, part of the Harvard family of bibliography styles. My article entry is @Article{Bozzola2018, ...
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modify the 'agsm' bibliography style in two ways

I am using LaTeX with the article document class. The Bibtex bibliography style that I am using is agsm, part of the Harvard family of bibliography styles. I have two questions: (1) If I cite an ...
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“no more than two authors” in citation call-outs when using harvard citation management package and IOPART document class

IOP Publishing journals require that, if there are more than two authors, only the first name should appear, followed by "et al." (using \etal in iopart.cls). However, the dcu bibliography style (...
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Problem citing an article with author's last name with only 2 letters

I want to cite the following article: Snore Signal Enhancement and Activity Detection via Translation-Invariant Wavelet Transform The authors list is: Andrew Keong Ng and Tong San Koh and ...
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Cite same author and no date multiple times - how to remove brackets around the “a” from for example (Johansson n.d [a])?

Im trying to manage references with biblatex and the authoryear-icomp-style and have a hard time to get the citations and bibliography to look exactly like my university wants them to. Most things I ...
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Customise Harvard referencing style

I am currently using ShareLatex with the XeLatex compiler. I need to use the Harvard referencing style, but I want to do some customizations to the agsm-style. I was not very sure were to find this ...
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My TexStudio has stopped working, constantly says citation ' x ' is undefined on page y

I am unsure why, but for some reason my Texstudio program is no longer working informing me that all my references in the .bib file are not working. It has a number of warnings including citation ...
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Natbib agsm - Remove comma between last name and first name & swap last and first name

I'm using natbib for my bilbiography (and I'm working on Overleaf), and I want to have the same format as Harvard style for this, so I use the style agsm, but I want to have the first name then the ...
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Truncating the number of authors in a citation call-out, using natbib citation management package and agsm bibliography style [duplicate]

Does anyone know how to make sure that citation call-outs using natbib and \bibliographystyle{agsm} always show just first author et al. whenever there are more than two authors? I have seen other ...
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text-style authoryear-type citation call-outs with the “harvard” citation management package

I am quite new in LaTeX. Recently I am preparing a manuscript for IOP journal publication. I am using a IOP template .tex file named IOPLaTeXGuidelines.tex which can be downloaded from IOP website. In ...
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How to change referencing style of revtex4-1 in ShareLatex

ShareLatex I am using ShareLatex, I really like one of the templates available there but I do not want the same referencing style. I would like to use Harvard referencing style instead. I did some ...
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Customizing biblatex harvard (authoryear) style

Hopefully, someone can help me a bit! I am struggling with a bug in my citation style. I am required to use a modified Harvard style with footnotes: ² Vgl. Robinson et al. (2017) My problem is that 2 ...
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How to use harvard style reference?

I am using the \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,twoside]{report} class for writing a report. For the bibliography, i need it should display following the standard harvard style (supplemented with numbered ...
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How to adjust the appearance of formatted references

I am currently writing a paper and need to use referencing. The requirement is to use the Harvard style referencing. I have got a Harvard style bibliography with BibTeX. The output in my reference ...
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Square-bracketed numeric-style citation call-outs with round parentheses around years with “dcu” bibliography style

I would like to have citations using square brackets [1], while the year in the formatted bib item is surrounded by round parentheses. [1] Author, T. (2017) A question, TeX - LaTEX. Currently natbib ...
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Elsevier's Computers & Security citep problem (author, year) out of bounds

I am trying to submit the revision of a paper to Elsevier's Computers & Security Journal. The point is that in my computer the paper compiles okay with all references in place and in the correct ...
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Word “References” with bibtex for Harvard style references iopart document

I am creating an iopart document and I need to include the references using Harvard style. My problem is that I can't get it to print the word "References" before listing them. I don't know what I am ...
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How to cite author and long name of institution? (Harvard style)

I want to cite a paper by L. Wilkinson and the Task Force on Statistical Inference in Harvard style. Usually, I would cite a paper by two authors like this: "Pigs are clever (One/Two 2014)." But in ...
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Modifying natbib to include Access Date and < > around <urls> [closed]

I am trying to respect Harvard referencing rules of my university impose. I am using natbib library and I am trying to include Access Date at the end of website references and surround urls with < ...
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Natbib agsm - comma and ampersand

I am writing my dissertation and I must use a Harvard style bibliography. I am using natbib and agsm. The problem I have is the following: if I want to cite a book that has only 2 authors either I do ...
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A variation on authoryear (aka “harvard”) citation call-out style [duplicate]

What is the simplest way to make citation call-outs like this: (Author year: page--range) e.g. (Chomsky 1957: 23--24) or more complete: (Author year, volume: page--range; Author2...) e.g. (Knuth ...
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How to change 'et al' to italic font in citation call-outs, with 'agsm' bibliography style

I am using natbib and agsm for harvard-style referencing. My related code is \usepackage{natbib} \bibliographystyle{agsm} Then I am using \citep{} for citations. My problem is that in text I am ...
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agsm bibliography style, remove the comma after (year) in formatted bib entries

Any help on the following will be appreciated. natbib, agsm currently gives me: Braun, V. and Clarke, V. (2006), ‘Using thematic analysis in psychology’, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2), ...
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Why does changing the bibliography style to “agsm” randomly bold the journal volume numbers? [duplicate]

I'm using the natbib package for the bibliography, and initially had the plainnat style but have since been told that I've got to use Harvard referencing only. So I tried changing the bibliography ...
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Citation in “dcu” bibliography style sometimes return “et al” other times full author list

I am having a problem when I \cite (or \citep) using natbib with dcu.bst. For some citations with 3 or more authors the full list of authors is inserted in the text but in others it is shortened to "...