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How to distinguish between references of same authors and same date?

I am new to latex. I have articles of same authors published in the same year. \bibitem[\protect\citename{Haque and Kaykobad }2002]{ref03} Haque,M.T. and Kaykobad,M. “Use of Phonetic Similarity for ...
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Citation at the bottom for subfigures in beamer frame

I'm trying to include a citation in a beamer frame following the instruction here. However, I couldn't figure out how to place them inside a subfigure environment. Namely, my code: \begin{frame} \...
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Multiple .bib files in a separate directory from the main .tex file

So, I'm trying to organise my references and noticed that putting all of them in one .bib file is messy. I want to make separate .bib files for each reference. Now, I know I can use \bibliography{...
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How to change latex author et.al format

I have problem here. How to customize or change et.al format? Example: John, et al., 2019 to John, dkk., 2019 I'm using Fedora. And I have googled I now still don't get it. Thanks. nb: dkk means "...
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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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Bibtex missing .aux file and error codes [closed]

Below I have attached my code for a report i am writing along with the error codes it is giving me AND the "lab2bib.bib" file that i am using. I am having so many issues with getting bibliographies to ...
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Multiple reference in the same brackets in Elsevier

I am using the LaTeX format of Elsevier which is available on their website. I am unable to put multiple references in the same bracket for instance, [1-5]. Do you have any idea to do it particularly ...
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Can I make “citetitles” (note the plural) cite all entries in a book?

Consider this MWE (to be run with xelatex, biber, xelatex: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex-chicago} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{...
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Group citations with ieee style and biblatex

I am using the following command for my bibliography \usepackage[backend=biber,style=ieee,sorting=none,labeldateparts,maxbibnames=99,maxcitenames=2,mincitenames=1]{biblatex} and additional macro ...
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Seamless invocation of bib de-duplication script from document source preamble?

Unfortunately, for reasons beyond my control, I am stuck with mendeley as my citation manager which provides an option to export its library to a bib file. My mendeley library is organised into ...
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Multiple citations in single bracket

In my report I want to write multiple citations in one bracket, i.e. [1-5] but \cite{ref1, ref2, ref3} results in [1,2,3] I am using \addbibresource and \printbibliography to add my ...
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How to cite as superscripts in the text IN FRONT OF THE punctuation mark using `BibTeX` with `unsrt` style?

I want to get superscript-positioned citations in my text in front of the ".?!" at the end of a sentence. So far it appears always behind the end of the sentence: blabla. [1,2] Can someone tell my how ...
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Use two citations and text in \cite

I want to cite two authors that contradict each other. I tried the following: \cite[~ contradicts ~]{AuthorA, AuthorB} However this gives me [Author A, AuthorB but see] I would like the following ...
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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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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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Automate ordering of citation within parenthesis

I use the biblatex-chicago package and would like to automatically sort citation within parenthesis by order in the bibliography. Basically, I would like to do what \usepackage[sort]{natbib}* does, ...
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Supporting multiple citation styles

I prepared a fairly long document to use with the numbered style of citations (e.g. [1]). Now I am told the paper needs to be submitted to a journal that uses natbib format. This means changing \cite ...
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Multiple \footcite of same literature on same page: How to merge footnotes?

By default, biblatex prints a new footnote for every use of \footcite{...} regardless of the content. In case of multiple citations of the same literature on the same page, I'd like to automatically ...
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Why my .bib file is not recognized by Overleaf compiler in ApJ template?

I am writing a paper on overleaf supposedly in ApJ (Astrophysical Journal) format. I have my .bib file independently made utilizing JabRef on ADS website and uploaded to the project in Overleaf. But ...
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Item to be cited both as article and as incollection in the same entry

How can I use Bibdesk to produce the citation of a paper that indicates both the journal in which the paper originally appeared and the book in which it was later reprinted and that I am actually ...
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et al. in connection to apacite

How can I change the citation of multiple authors of a document into the citation "(Author A, Author B, Author C, 2017)" in the first appearance of the citation and into "(Author A et al., 2017)" for ...
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How to add “and” in a \citet-based citation list of citation call-outs?

I'm writing a document using natbib and plainnat for authoryear-style citations and for the bibliography. I have a citation list using \citet, and I'd like to add the word "and" before the last item, ...
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Full bibliography does not show the not referenced citations in Document

I asked how to make a double bibliography type in this question. Out of that came a cool code sample in wich i didn't notice a special circumstance. If i do not reference a item it does not show up at ...
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Create own bib style with makebst, need avoid brackets for citations which are already put into bracket

ich create a bib style for my thesis. Is it possible to tell latex to put brackets for the data if there is directly in the text, and no brackets if the citation is already in a bracket? I don't want ...
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Multiple citations for same reference (Harvard)

In the case where I am referencing more than 1 instance of a website, I can't figure out how to show as: (Flickr, 2017a) in the 1st instance AND (Flickr, 2017b) in the 2nd instance. Currently, cited ...
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typesetting: mixture of citation styles

I have a stylistic question regarding mixture of citation styles, rather than a technical one: If I find let's say Einstein's field equations in a text book I, strictly speaking, have to cite that ...
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Multiple In preparation citations by same authors

I am attempting to cite previous chapters in my dissertation using bibtex, but most of these are currently unpublished so I am citing them as in prepartion. I have attempted to use the \noop{} ...
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Sorting citations and bibliography using natbib and plainnat

I'm writing a paper in LaTeX. I'm working with the natbib package and the plainnat style for the citations and references. The problem is how the citations and the references is being sorted. I want ...
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Adding a citation inside a citation with natbib including page number (secondary sources)

Currently, I am using this code: \citep[as cited in \citealp{someotherguykey2013}]{someguykey2010} but I get something like this: (Someguy, 2010 cited in Someotherguy, 2013) this coding does not ...
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Two completely separated bibliographies in one document [duplicate]

I need two completely separated lists of bibliography in one document. The first is just a regular reference list according to citations in the text. The second is supposed to contain only a subset ...
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natbib and \citet: inserting `and' after the last semicolon

Using natbib (I'm aware of biblatex), I'd like to replace the semicolon with the word "and" in a list of two authors and insert the word "and" after the last semicolon in a list of three or more ...
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How to cite multiple authors without semicolon

I want to cite multiple authors, using this formula: %!TEX TS-program = xelatex %!TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode \documentclass{article} \usepackage[spanish]{babel} \usepackage[natbibapa]{apacite} \...
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Clever cite command

cleveref's \cref command is great for automatically adding prefixes like fig(s)., section(s), eq(s). etc. to cross-references. Unfortunately, it doesn't (natively) offer this functionality for ...
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Different citation order in text and bibliography using biblatex and latexmk [duplicate]

This is a follow up question to these two (similar story, just for latexmk): Biblatex order of entries in a multi-citation Multiple citations: citation order different to bibliography order I have ...
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citation in latex in the form of [20-23]

How it is possible to create a citation call-out of the form of [20-23] in latex? I write a code \cite{20,21,22,23} but it is not correct. could anyone help me please?
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Natbib: \citep with same author

I am using natbib with the bibliographystyle apalike. I already figured out how to cite different works of the same author with \citet{author00,author01}, what gives me author (2000, 2001). Is it ...
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Revtex 4.1: Spacing in citation and superscript-affiliation IDs [closed]

I have a question (kind of obsession) about the "after comma" spacing when drafting a revtex 4.1 document. When citing many references using the in-line square-bracket format, there is an unwanted ...