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Multiple citations of the same reference, each time with a different page number

Problem description: I cite the same references multiple times; each time they are cited, different page numbers are provided; the page numbers are being shown together with the citation, on the ...
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Biblatex citation Style Angewandte Chemie with reference in footnote

I have a problem with Biblatex. I am searching for a citation style like in this picture, but I'm not sure how to do it. I know the biblatex style chem-angew but doesn't do footnotes the way I want. I'...
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biblatex with backend biber shows all names as well as et al., [duplicate]

I use these parameters to load the biblatex addon. \usepackage[backend=biber, style=authoryear, maxcitenames=2]{biblatex} then i change some rules to define my own citation style like \addbibresource{...
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Natbib: cite author, year and number

I'm working on my thesis and I have to cite multiple times the same article. I have a code similar to this one: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[sort,comma,super]{natbib} \begin{document} This is ...
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How to combine multiple citations into a single set of parentheses using BibLaTeX?

I am using BibLaTeX with the authoryear style for my citations. Currently, when I cite multiple references, they appear as separate sets of parentheses. For example: \parencite{zhang2017mdnet, ...
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How to setup citation style [Doe, 2024] and for multiple authors [DBK, 2000]?

Im looking for a way to implement the following citation style into my article: single author sources -> [Lastname, year] multiple author sources -> [...
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Ordering citations in text with natbib

I want my natbib citations in the compiled PDF document to look like this: (Yellow 2010, p. 111, see also Brown 2011, Red 2012) I have really struggled to use the \citep commands to get to that ...
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Should a line break be allowed inside a list of references if the lines are narrow?

Let's say we have narrow columns and a list of references. We can try to squeeze the list into one of the two lines as Typesetting errors are widespread [1, 2], and they can affect readability. or ...
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Error in compressing the citation in Tufte-book

I'm using Tufte book class to write my thesis. I'm having a bit of a problem in putting up the references. First of all, I want the citations to look like [1-4] rather than [1,2,3,4]. I'm using \...
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How can I create multiple bibliographies in the same document using {abntex2} and one .bib?

I have been trying this, and I don't know the reason, but none worked here. config.cls \LoadClass[12pt,openright,oneside,a4paper,chapter=TITLE]{abntex2} \RequirePackage{times} % Usa Times ...
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Extracting bibliography from Word document using pandoc-citeproc (or citeproc)

I have someone who wrote an entire book in a Word document. Now I have to edit it. So I decided to go with LaTeX. However, the book has about 400 references, and, you guessed it, there is no .bib file....
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How to put consecutive citations with a comma instead of a hyphen?

I have a bunch of citations in my report for which I am using \cite{author1, author2, author3, author4, author5}. The output of this is [1-5]. But I want something explicit like [1,2,3,4,5]. Is there ...
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BibTeX Question: 1989a,b VS 1989a, 1989b [duplicate]

I'm loading natbib with the options authoryear, sort, comma. When I call \citet or \citep with multiple citations by the same author, in the same year, I get something like: Kaplan (1989a,b). If I use ...
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Biblatex: Two citation styles in the same document in two refsegments?

Is it possible to have two citation styles in the same document separated by two refsegments? I'd like to have in the first segment a numeric style, as is in the MWE below, and in the second segment ...
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How to have 2 different reference sections in a latex file?

I want to have 2 different reference section for a paper, the first one is for the main paper, the second one for the supplementary materials (SM). Currently I am doing something like this: \...
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Citation and Bibliography Formatting with Biblatex - "et al." [duplicate]

Many of the things I've tried on previous threads have thus far not worked. Therefore, if anyone could help with this formatting issue in Biblatex, it would be greatly appreciated. My issue is two-...
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Cite two papers in parentheses with page numbers

I'd like to cite two papers in one parenthesis, like [cite1; p.100, cite2; p.200] How can I do that? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{eurosym} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage[...
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\parencite prints out almost all authors in one case and only one in another

I have two similar references: @article{mercury4, author = {Macrae, C. F. and Sovago, I. and Cottrell, S. J. and Galek, P. T. A. and McCabe, P. and Pidcock, E. and Platings, M. and Shields, G. P. ...
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Multiple citations in a singular context

The following example: Following \cite{XXX,YYY,ZZZ}, we use mean squared error... Generates the text Following XXX (1974); YYY (1991); ZZZ (2021), we use mean squared error... Is this the right way ...
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Citation in a citation

Because I am not able to understand French, I have to use a "secondary citation" (so a citation in a citation). Unfortunately I am not sure if this is really the English term for it. In my ...
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Overleaf: Bibliography displaying first item on different page [closed]

I have the following citations made in a .bib file: \bibliographystyle{apa} @article{nii1986blackboard, title={The blackboard model of problem solving and the evolution of blackboard architectures}, ...
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RevTEX 4-2 citation for consecutive paper won't compress

I am currently working on paper with a template from AIP. They uses Revtex4-2 as document class with extra (something on the square bracket, I don't know the term). There are several consecutive ...
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\textcite for same authors different years - Biblatex

I want to add a textual citation for three papers, two of which are by the same authors but in different years. I am using these codes in my preamble \usepackage[style=apa,backend=biber]{biblatex} \...
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Two reference lists with custom citation numbers

I require two citation lists with the following format... Main report reference list [1] [2] [3] etc Appendix References [A1] [A2] [A3] etc I have approx. 50 different references which are cited ...
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Reference twice in revtex using two .bib files with natbib package

With the current code the document gives the same reference twice. \PassOptionsToPackage{square,numbers,comma,sort&compress,super}{natbib} \documentclass[aps,prl, twocolumn, a4paper,...
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How to adjust a custom .bst referencing style in natbib

I am using the natbib package with a custom referencing style for the Leeds Harvard style, downloaded from here. However, this style does not do exactly what I need. An example of a reference using ...
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how do I fix my citations to appear in a single bracket?

I'm facing this issue where I'm listing my citations as \cite{citation42,citation23} but it still appears in my latex output file as : works [42], [23] .... but it should be works [42,23] .... ...
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Why are these two identical citations printed differently?

I'm trying to cite a manuscript collection repeatedly without creating a new .bib type or citation style. Why does the second citation to the same source, even with citestyle=verbose, omit the fields ...
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How to cite [1-2] using \usepackage{cite}?

When I make a citation like \cite{a,b} the result is [a,b]. However, how can I make the following command \cite{a,b} produce the citation [1-2]? This same question was answered for the natbib package ...
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How to write multiple citation in one bracket cite package?

I am using "cite" package to cite multiple package into single bracket. But, it is not working. For example. \usepackage{cite} Previous studies~\cite{sinha,saha,Meli2019HowBC} have ...
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citation numbering order issue for multiple citations

I have cited a reference in the source body as reference 1, then reference 2, and reference 3 followed in order, but the issue is, after recompiling at the position of reference 1 it appeared as [2] ...
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Different citation style per bibliography using either biblatex or bibtex + natbib + multibib

I have a report with three bibliographies where I want different citation styles: Main part: author-year citations Appendix A: numbers citations, needed to fit many citations in a table. Appendix B: ...
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How to redefine \citep command such that it returns author-year style citation for multiple authors?

I need the in-text citation style to be author-year, i.e: "Author1, 1999". I have implemented \renewcommand{\citep}[1]{(\citeauthor{#1},~\citeyear{#1})} (from this post) which returns what ...
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Entry type for … isn't style-file defined

I'm using overleaf and I have this warning: entry type for "hadoop" isn't style-file defined entry type for "spark" isn't style-file defined Here is the citations for them: @...
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How to make citation number start from the first Chapter instead of table of contents? [duplicate]

I am writing my thesis work and I face an issue of citation numbering order. Some of my figures have citations in them which is why my citation numbering starts from List of Figures in table of ...
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autocites shows no squared brackets, while autocite does

For my bibliography, I have a group of references, where I have to cite the page number for one of them using \autocites, but the output gives no squared brackets for the citation. For \cites, its ...
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How to choose separating symbol in citations?

Currently my citations are like: "blah blah (1) blah blah blah (2-6) blah blah blah blah (7,8)" But I need that "(7,8)" to be "(7-8)". I'm using abntex2cite package, ...
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Referencing, am trying to reference two articles that I haven't read inside of an article that I have read [duplicate]

Hello I am trying to reference two articles that I haven't read that are cited in an article that I have read using the macros of the natbib citation management package: \citep{tenopir_electronic_2009,...
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How to order citations?

Assume I have cited a certain article first, but then recite it later as follows This work \cite{citation1} and that research \cite{citation2,citation1,citation3} Using \bibliographystyle{unsrt} \...
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Referencing with Zotero gives a reverse order of numbering in text

I am very new to latex as well as using all its integrations such as Zotero. I have most basics down at this point but am running into as issue with my referencing. When adding a new reference in the ...
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Omit Initials in citation with APA style

I have read multiple Q&A here where they referred uniquename=false as a solution to get rid of initials in case of same surname. But it is also mentioned that in such case APA style is suspected. ...
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\textsc for citations with page numbers

When citing a reference directly in the body text, I use the following: \textsc{\citet[p. 2 ff.]{someSource}} However, in the produced .pdf the indications "p." and "ff." are ...
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citation number become disordered due to adding list of figures and tables, \usepackage{notoccite} does not work

The citation number becomes disordered because of adding the list of tables and figures. The citations used in the tables and figures are numbered first. But I want the citation to be numbered from ...
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Citation Style: (vgl. author year, page; a y, p) [duplicate]

Most of my citations are only from one source so \parencite[vgl.][page]{x} gives me what I want. but there is a paragraph where I cited from two differents sources. I don't know how to get (vgl. ...
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IEEEtran conference class won't let me put multiple citations into 1 bracket with BibTex

First post here so I don't know if I'm doing anything wrong, but here it goes: Like this post, I seem to struggle with putting multiple citations into the same brackets. The solution that's presented \...
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One pair of brackets for each citation

Question \documentclass{amsart} \begin{document} I cite \cite{a,b}. I also cite \cite{a,b,c}. \bibliographystyle{plain} \bibliography{ref} \end{document} gives I cite [1, 2]. I also cite [1, 2, 3]. ...
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Is there a way to give in-text authoryear citations but numbered or bulleted citations in the references?

I am using REVTeX 4-2, which has the natbib package inbuilt. I am also required to use a BibTeX file, authoryear citation format, and APA citations (currently I am doing that with the apalike style). ...
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Indirect Citation APA Style

How do I code an indirect citation using the APA style, as here: https://library.csp.edu/c.php?g=982644&p=8146056 (Smith, 2015, as cited in Jonson, 2019). I want to refer to a figure made by an ...
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Customizing citations depending on the author with BibLaTeX style "numeric-comp"

I'd like to reproduce the results of this post using the numeric-comp citestyle. Using the solution as-is, I get an error saying "Macro 'cite' undefined", and nothing comes out boldfaced. I ...
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Better way to repeat the same reference to a group of citation created with \footfullcite?

I use \footfullcite{ref1,ref2} from the biblatex package to obtain a single footnote for multiple citations and I need to reference to that same footnote later in the document. My current hacky way of ...
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