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Pandoc command line to make bibliography

pandoc Article.tex --from=latex --to=docx --biblatex --bibliography="bibliography.bib" --output=Article.docx As per tex to docx via pandoc with ACM template Fails to actually produce the ...
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Pandoc citations in the footnote

I am using Pandoc for writing texts with Latex or Markdown and converting them to Word (because of no reason everyone else still wants this word-shit). Now I have to convert my citations into footnote ...
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is there a command line (or on-line) conversion tool bibtex to markdown (for large bibtex files)

I have a few thousand bibtex entries that I want formatted in, say, acm format in a markdown format. On-line tools like https://balanceofcowards.net/bibtex2pdf.html just crash on my input file. ...
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Bibtex & formatting CSL title

I found a way to use pandoc-citeproc to create a PDF from a markdown file with references in Bibtex and citation with footnote-like references using an edited ieee.csl file. I used miscand put the (...
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Markdown and bibtex to PDF with numbered references

I have a markdown file with resources in a bibtex file that I compile to a PDF. Is it possible to make the citelinks as numbers (footnote style) instead of e.g. (Jia et al. 2013)? I have seen ...
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convert LaTex citations back to MMD citations

I wrote my dissertation in Scrivener in MMD. As I was putting in the final edits, I exported to LaTex and used biblatex-chicago for my citations. It worked great. However, I made lots of edits ...
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How to convert a LaTeX document whose bibliography uses more than one database using pandoc with citeproc?

I'm using pandoc to convert some files created in LaTeX a couple of years ago to .docx format (yuk!). I've been going through this blog entry and apparently it's easy to do. The hardest part had ...
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How to set language locale for pandoc citeproc in the command line

Please let me know to add French to the following argument in the command line, so that strings in English such as in, available at are translated. The argument '-V lang=fr-FR' doesn't change the ...
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How to avoid strange page breaks in bibliography?

Problem In the PDF for my PhD I get a lot of very strange page breaks in the middle of the page in the bibliography section (see below) Setup I write my PhD in pandoc markdown. I then convert the ...
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Merge title and subtitle fields in bibliographic entries

I would like to merge all title and subtitle fields in a bib file into the field title with a custom separator. Is there a way to do this? (I know that biber has a tool mode that can be used for ...
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Multi-citations with an at sign - Pandoc [closed]

So I'm editing a document that is being converted to PDF with pandoc. It uses @someAuthor in the body to do citations. \cite does not appear to work, rendering ?? in the document produced. The ...
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pandoc, markdown: create self-contained .bib file from cited references

In Latex there are a variety of tools that can be used to create a self-contained .bib file for the cited references that are extracted from several larger .bib files; see this popular tex....
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What is valid as a BibLaTeX entry key?

What characters are valid in a biblatex entry key? I'm asking because Zotero will export entry keys with <i>foo</i> in them, and pandoc-citeproc doesn't like that. But I don't know ...
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pandoc/markdown: make citations compile to \cite instead of \autocite [closed]

I am using a custom R Markdown Latex Template, and BibTex, but I am having trouble getting the bibliography to work. With the default pandoc-citeproc I get the error: pandoc-citeproc: Error parsing ...
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Pandoc not handling in-text citation with certain CSL file correctly

I was asked in this question to open a new question with a MWE for a CSL file, which is not handled correctly by Pandoc Citeproc or Pandoc. First of all the call to Pandoc I use: pandoc \ --read=...