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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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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Harvard Style Bibliography not as expected

I would like to create bibliography in LaTeX using Harvard Style referencing. I wasn't able to find an exact solution to this and therefore I thought to ask here. I have 3 different materials to ...
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Springer author-date bibliography in Lyx

How can one set-up LyX to succesfully compile at least the provided Springer example? How to reproduce: New from template -> springer/svjour3.lyx Delete the two missing images in the figures or just ...
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Harvard style for bibitem and cite

Could you please help me, how to do harvard style citations (Author, year) while using non-sorted citations in \bibitem and \cite? I currently get just [1] from \cite and I am not able to change it by ...
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BibTex not citing one particular entry in et al. format

The entry in the bib file is: @article{singhsetal2003, title={On the use of modified randomization device for estimating the prevalence of a sensitive attribute}, author={Singh, S and Horn, S and ...
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natbib package not showing all bibliography entries in agsm style

Have been using natbib with plainnat style and had all entries show but wanted to switch it to Harvard formatting (agsm style). However, once I've changed it some entries don't show up any more. For ...
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How to cite published university course using a .bib file in Harvard/ authoryear-ibid style?

I am trying to cite an MIT opencourseware lecture as a .bib file, and trying to reference it in Harvard style (in LaTeX we call it ibid?, but sorry for my unawareness, this is my firt time using LaTeX)...
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Bold year in bibliography using agsm.bst

I want to get the bold year in references just like author name(s). I did it for authors but was unable to make it for the year. This is what I want Here is the agsm.bst ENTRY { address author ...
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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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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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Refined harvard reference style

I need a harvard reference style which should look like as below, except two things: 1) The 'and' between the two authors should be '&', and 2) the year should appear without the parenthesis. ...
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How to change the conjunction "and" in a custom bst file?

I created a custom bst file with a harvard citation style. Currently the conjunction between author names is "and". I would like to keep "and" for text citations, ex: Author1 and Author2 (1999) ...
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\HAR@checkdef alternative in natbib

In harvard package it is possible to customise missing citations by renewing a special command called \HAR@checkdef. Here is an example: \usepackage{harvard} \usepackage{pdfcomment} %...
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Does anyone have bst file or biblatex files for CiteThemRight Harvard style

I'm currently working on my MSc project report and facing a bit of a challenge with LaTeX. My university requires all citations and references to be in the Harvard style as specified by CiteThemRight ...
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Overleaf - Harvard style reference system, please

I hope all of you are doing well. I am using a Harvard style reference system; in my work, I am trying to display only the last names in citations, but currently, the citations include first names or ...
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Customised Harvard referencing

I'm asked to use Harvard in my report but the examiner requires that the in-text citation should appear in the references (bibliography) section. I' using LyX but I can't manage to find a way to ...
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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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`! LaTeX Error: Not in outer par mode` only when using FrontiersinHarvard style

I want to submit an manuscript to an journal that provides a template there: https://www.frontiersin.org/about/author-guideline however is does seem to accept easily subfigures. The error disappears ...
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Is there a European Journal of Cell Biology bibliography style?

I have written a biology assignment in TeX, and am now struggling with making my bibliography match with the format we need to use for the course, that is, matching this guide for authors. We were ...
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How to cite in this thesis template!

For short documents I've always opted for creating a .bib doc in conjunction with the command \citep{} or \cite{} within the main text file. However, now I have to start my PhD manuscript I am not too ...
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Adding "Accessed" and "Available from" for agsm bibliography style (Harvard Format)

I'm writing a final year dissertation, and our university (University of Westminster, UK) requires us to use Harvard referencing format. I have followed this tutorial to include Harvard formatting ...
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Customized .bst file for bold and italics et. al. not working

I am using overleaf to write a document. I uploaded a custom .bst file in my overleaf project of agsm referencing style. I needed the 'et. al.' to be in bold and italic. I tried to do so by editing ...
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Why does Harvard style in overleaf print more than two authors?

I would like to use Harvard style in overleaf, therefore I use \usepackage[sorting=nyt,style=apa,maxcitenames=2,backend=biber]{biblatex} \addbibresource{sample.bib} \begin{document} \...
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Redefine author-year to match Harvard Anglia flavour follow-up questions

First of all, a big thank you, @azzamsa and @moewe, for discussing this topic first and providing a solution! I need to use ARH style as well, and it's driving me crazy. I use the suggested solution ...
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Use dashes for repeated Author names in agsm Style

Looking for some help in creating a custom bibstyle with natbib. Just started an MSc and planned to do my writing using TeX, as I did for my UG. The institute I am doing my MSc at, however, uses some ...
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Error in setting up referencing with Natbib plain style: \providecommand\NAT@force@numbers{}\NAT@force@numbers

I've set up my referencing and it's worked perfectly before in this same format (Harvard style) for all citations and the bibliography, but when I added a new citation it threw my pdf ouput completely ...
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How to cite a ref without author name using elsarticle-harv style

Prepare a ref for journal using elsarticle-harv style in overleaf. However, for a program/software, there is not specific author for that software. All I want to cite is software name, html, date ...
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Customize Bibliographystlye kluwer

In LaTex, I would like to have a customized bibliographystyle. So far, I use the natbib package and the kluwer style. My .bib file is automatically created with Mendeley. Citations in the text work ...
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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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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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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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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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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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