Questions tagged [subdividing]

{subdividing} is about multiple/subdivided {bibliographies}, indexes or similar document elements. If you use this tag, add the appropriate general tag or preferably the tag of the specific package you use (e.g., {biblatex}).

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How to make the subtitle (a or b) of an image position correctly?

I want the following subtitles (a or b) to be shown correctly not like the current view as shown in the following image: Also how can I add more spacing between the two images? \begin{figure*}[htp] ...
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Two separate acronym list using package glossaries

I want to create two separate acronym list. One with 3 columns and the other with four columns. I have defined the two styles for the two types of acronym list, style1 and style2. I have my acronym ...
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Workaround for TexShop and multibib

It looks there is a problem with TexShop and multibib package. multibib package expects that you do bibtex xxx where xxx is your own newcites. However, when using TexShop it looks like it only does it ...
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multibib - combing citations of different types

I am using multibib for a document with two different types of references. To this end, I have defined \newcites{R}{Own publications} which adds a prefix "R" to references from that group when ...
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How can I sort references by chapter?

I'm writing a report and I'd like to have one bibliography at the end of the document, where the references are sorted by chapter like that : Chapter 1's title ref 1 ref 2 Chapter 2's title ref 4 ...
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Natbib-Multibib problem with prefix labels

I am facing a problem when using natbib together with multibib and label prefixes. I want to define two bibliographies: One for literature of other people, with numbered references, and one for my own ...
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biber/biblatex: \printbibliography spits out section heading despite filters/checks

With a setup as reproduced below, I end up with a section heading "Book Chapters" being produced although there is no bib entry to be printed. This leaves me (in my complete setting) with a bunch of ...
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Notation table in each Chapter/Part

I am currently writing a large document (book class divided into several parts) and would like to introduce suitable notation tables at the beginning of each part of the document. Up to now I have ...
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Print only references not printed before, in biblatex

For a Nature style document, I'd like to print references after sections, but only if they have not been printed before. I currently use this technique: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[american,...
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How to include multiple bibliographies?

I want to include a separate bibliography for each chapter. The question below was trying to achieve the same thing Putting bibliographies at the end of each chapter I have been using natbib alone ...
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Customising glossary group titles

I'm using the glossaries package to produce multiple glossaries in the same document and have found it convenient to define my own glossary style. When makeindex is used the glossary is sub-divided ...
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Subdividing body in three parts and drawing line to show division

I would like to have a page display like this one : [n] being the page number. I won't need to write anything in the right and bottom part. (I just need those spaces to put handwritten comments). ...
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Bibliography : subdividing into sections

I would like to subdivide my bibliography into sections to let me distinguish the type of the references. How can I do this? Actually, I have a .tex and a .bib example file as follows: \documentclass[...
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Multiple bibliographies without BibTeX

I'm compiling a journal in which each paper is a \section*, using \include to put the whole thing together. Reference-wise each paper has the following format: ``Lorem''.\footnote{Bostock \cite{...
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Two bibliographies?

I'd like to have two bibliographies in my document. The first one is the bibliography with some references from the text. I'd like to have the second bibliography just as a list output with alphadin-...
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Beamer: Having more than one bibliography

I want to make a presentation with the beamer class and include the Name of the Paper and the authors into my slides. I really like the style in which it is included when using the classical \...
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How to print two reference lists using two bib files and biblatex

I have two different bib files (Literaturverzeichnis.bib and EigeneVeroff.bib). The first one is my "normal" reference list and the other one is a second reference list, which includes my own ...
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Mini index for subsection

There is the following code: \subsection{some subsection} Some \mindex[mean=aaa]{sentence} with some \mindex[mean=bbb]{unknown} words. \listminiindexfromsubsection The expected output: Some ...
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biblatex: reference both by chapter and at the end of the book

I currently print my references after the end of each chapter, using: \usepackage[backend=biber, bibencoding=utf8, refsection=chapter, style=numeric, firstinits=true, isbn=false, ...
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Add bibsection to toc (biblatex)

I used biblatex with sucess in Per-chapter bibliographies in biblatex to obtain multiple bibliographies by chapter and a global bibliograhy. But i need add the bibsection to the toc Contents ...
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BibLaTeX: main and secondary bibliographies [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: biblatex: printing separate bibliographies I'm writing a PhD thesis in which I intend to include the full contents of an article I wrote. Since I'd like the text to be as ...
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Multiple indexes in Legrand Orange Book template

I am currently using the Legrand Orange Book template. Is there any way to create multiple indexes for the template? I tried to use multind.sty but seems it doesn't create anything.
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Limit backrefs to each chapter in per-chapter bibliography

If I cite a source in both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 the back-ref list of the Chapter 1 bibliography will also contain the entry for the respective page in Chapter 2 (and viceversa). Is there a way to ...
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Multiple bibliographies with local links, global labels. Also global bibliography

How can I have a bibliography per section which shows only the references cited within the section? At the end, I also want a global bibliography which includes all cited references in any section. ...
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Biblatex: How to get rid of reference number within a single bibliography?

I have the following LaTeX code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \usepackage{biblatex} \DeclareBibliographyCategory{bestpapergyro} \DeclareBibliographyCategory{bestpaperstark} \...
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biblatex per-chapter bibliography and titlesec

This is a follow-up to my previous question Proper way to include unnumbered chapters in a per chapter bibliography using biblatex. The solution proposed by Audrey breaks when I use the titlesec ...
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Multiple indices with ledmac and the book class

The package for critical editions, Ledmac, provides an \edindex{} command to have references to the page and line number in the standard Makeindex index. The package documentation also specifies that, ...
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Two amsrefs bibliographies, with different label styles

How can I convince amsrefs to use in one biblist the alphabetic style and in another biblist the numeric style?
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How to reference properly when citations are grouped by sections

I want to number and prefix my references in each section by the number of the section. However, I need to cite a reference from a section in another subsection, but my solution does not allow it. ...
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biblatex doi setting refsection

I am using biblatex with biber to create multiple bibliographies within one document. Generally, I want the doi to be printed. Hence, I set doi=true. But for one particular bibliography, created ...
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Refsegment wrong numbering

The following MWE prints a cumulative bibliography, subdivided by chapter, using biblatex. However there seems to be a problem with the \therefsegment counter because I'm getting "References Chapter 2"...
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Bibliography in reverse order of entrance in .bib

When I type: @ARTICLE{article1, author = {AAA}, title = {New Method1}, year ={2013}, journal = {SuperJournal}, } @ARTICLE{article2, author = {BBB}, title = {New Method2}, year ...
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Lonely \item - perhaps a missing list environment

My problem is: I am using moderncv and splitbib on a mac. In Linux my file compiles fine. In the mac, however, i run pdflatex and bibtex all right, but when I run pdflatex again, I get the error ...
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Clash between splitbib and hyperref

When I use the splitbib package, the anchors for the citations produced by hyperref seem to disappear. I have some example code to illustrate the problem: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref}...
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Section bibliographies using biblatex in ShareLaTeX

I'm trying to use biblatex to make sectioned bibliographies like here: Section bibliographies However it doesn't seem to work over at ShareLaTeX. This works: \documentclass{report} \usepackage[utf8]{...
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Problem with bibtopic package and sectioned bibliographies

I'm using LyX 2.0.1.5 on Windows 7 (MiKTeX 2.9.4813). Since my thesis covers a very specific topic (QM of Retinal's Photoisomerization) I have to divide my Bibliography in two sections: Essential ...
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texindy/imakeidx book marks point to incorrect pages with multiple indices

I have two indexes: the Main Index and Name Index. The PDF books are visually correct: Note that the Name Index starts on Page 6, and the Z entry for the Name Index is on Page 7. However, up ...
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biblatex: numbering of “overlapping” bibliographies

I have to create in a document two bibliographies (easy), which should be numbered (easy) which are filled by distinct \cite-commands (which can be done e.g. with categories). The problem is that it ...
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Read in number of citations from aux file

In the aux file produced by latex, I see the following line: \newlabel{LastBibItem}{{30}{10}{}{}{}} How can I pull the 30 (the total number of citations) into a counter in the preamble of another ...
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Possible to change sort order in natbib?

I have played a little with LaTeX lately and I really like it, it makes the document look top professional and makes structuring a report easy. I am currently using it for a big assignment with lots ...
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How to arrange references at the end of each chapter (in a Thesis)? [closed]

I am writing my PhD thesis and my supervisor has asked me to append the references at the end of each chapter. However, the template (which I am using) is unable to do so. I have downloaded this ...
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Multiple bibliographies with bibtexall and LyX [closed]

I want to know how to include this script http://wiki.lyx.org/uploads/BibTeX/bibtexall in LyX in order to generate multiple bibliographies for a Master document and its child documents, each one of ...
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Using different bibliographic styles in the same document [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can I have two different styles of bibliography in the same document? I'd like to use in the same document: the numerical style in natbib to list my own bibliography using ...
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Multiple indexes in LaTeX

I am familiar with the creation of multiple indexes using the multind package. One of the required steps is to run the makeindex executable for each generated .idx file. A typical solution would be do ...
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Suppress a biblatex field in only one of split bibliographies?

I am aware of \clearfield, \clearlist etc (cf. Is it possible to suppress a specific field from bibtex .bbl in biblatex?) - but I'm really not sure how to apply it in this context: Say you have a ...
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How to make a clean and grouped nomenclature list?

The nomenclature groups are: Acronyms: two columns (abbrev. - description) Roman symbols: three columns (symbol - description - unit) Greek symbols: three columns (symbol - description - ...
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Currentsection TOC in scrartcl?

I like to get a toc at beginning of some of my sections, like in beamer where I can use \tableofcontents[currentsection] is there a possibility in scrartcl? Something like this: \documentclass[10pt,...
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biblatex: How to set maxbibname to different values in different refsections?

I have a document with several refsections. In one of them I'd like to set maxbibnames=99 (or rather: keep the value global set in the preamble), but in another I'd like to set maxbibnames=3. Is ...
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Multibib & indentation

I use multibib to apply more than one bibliography in my document. The problem is when using more than 9 entrys, there occurs an indentation. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[resetlabels]{...
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A simple way of accommodating multiple bibliographies

I'd like to accommodate several bibliographies in a document. I am aware of packages like multibib, multibbl and bibtopic to achieve this, but I'd prefer a simple quick-and-dirty solution for a ...