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Biblatex Harvard style: Amend In-Text Referencing

The punctuation between name and year in citations is controlled by the context-sensitive delimiter nameyeardelim. The punctuation between year and the postnote/page range by postnotedelim. So you ...
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Biblatex: No "pp." in front of pages if pages field contains colon

biblatex usually checks if something is a valid page/page range before it places "p."/"pp.". The colon is not among the default set of "numeric" characters and so will ...
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Biblatex - How to add parentheses around author first name?

Modifying alphabetic biblabels with biblatex and Same parenthesis for nameprefix and first initial are related, but were written for older biblatex versions. If you only need to wrap the given name in ...
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With biblatex, replace all authors after a specific author with 'et al.'

For the specific job of a publication list for you CV you can use biblatex-publist. That style has the feature to highlight your name and can drop "unnecessary" name around it to ensure the ...
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How to highlight a citation

A \parbox nested in a \colorbox is enough: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage[style=authoryear ]{biblatex} \addbibresource{\jobname.bib} \begin{document} \nocite{*} \section{...
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Have two lists of references, each ordered by name

Independent of the selected sorting template, most split bibliography setups (that are non-overlapping) benefit from defernumbers=true,. That option will make sure that the numbering of your ...
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Specify prefix within the source in a citation

biblatex's cite commands have up to two optional arguments \autocite{<keys>} \autocite[<post>]{<keys>} \autocite[<pre>][<post>]{<keys>} If only one optional ...
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Specify prefix within the source in a citation

You can define a new command like this: \newcommand{\citewp}[1]{\cite[vgl.][]{#1}}: \documentclass{article} \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{einstein, ...
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Parentheses around location and date biblatex

verbose citations with styles that subtly differ between citations and the bibliography are tricky to pull off. The "best approach" will depend on the number and "size" of ...
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Merge many bibtex files and sort by year

With biblatex you can sort by year e.g. using sorting=ynt: \begin{filecontents*}{file1.bib} @book{a, author = {A}, year = {2004}, title = {A}, } @book{b, author = {B}, year = {2000}, title ...
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How do you change the Editor field in Bibliography using Biblatex?

I would just modify one thing in the previous answer, but it requires some explanation so I cannot just edit Moewe's post, which futhermore is perfect relatively to the biblatex options specified in ...
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Making authoryear citation style bold with biblatex

If you switch from the standard authoryear style to biblatex-ext's ext-authoryear, a solution can look like this \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \...
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Changing the format of \citeauthor postnote

I may, as a complement, draw attention to a wonderful piece of code which turns any cite command into a possessive, and which works perfectly in this case too. Credits go to: https://tex.stackexchange....
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Biblatex: Removing underlining of journal title and enabling line break of it

Although the MWE in the question does not show it, the comments indicate that in the real document the ulem package was used. This causes underlining of text that is displayed with \emph, which is ...
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Changing the format of \citeauthor postnote

It would be easily possible to change the delimiters just for citeauthor (that's what the context sensitive delimiter interface is for), but since you also need to change field formats (which are not ...
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Loop through Entire Bib Database

You may know about my usebib package, but I also have an experimental expl3 version of it. Your question prompted me to add a feature, namely a sequence where the citation keys are stored. How does ...
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Loop through Entire Bib Database

From within biblatex we can never loop over all entries in the .bib database. We can only loop over all entries that are in the .bbl file. If you manually cited all entries or used \nocite{*} there ...
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Disposing of the 3em dash exception in biblatex-chicago

biblatex usually does not replace repeated authors with dashed at the beginning of a new page. That way you don't have to go back to the previous page to see the name. This is done via biblatex's ...
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Custom Field in BibLaTeX

Provided you only need a few fields, and are willing to sacrifice the markup semantics just a little bit (for the citations), you can get away with using the "custom fields" biblatex ...
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biblatex-musuos: edition as superscript in front of year with crossref

For reasons not quite clear to me, biblatex-musuos does not use the bibmacro publisher+location+date in its driver for @incollection, it uses location+date. We will have to redefine location+date ...
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Separated multiple references in BibLaTeX

As discussed in the comments, you were using style=ieee, which displays all citations in separate brackets. If you don't particularly care about IEEE style in the bibliography, you can just go for \...
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How to get Chicago-authordate style in biblatex?

biblatex-chicago is a bit special in the biblatex world. While other styles are usually loaded via \usepackage[style=<style name>]{biblatex}, biblatex-chicago brings its own wrapper package and ...
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Make specific author bold using biblatex

I had the most annoying variation on this problem: I had to highlight multiple authors, not just one I had family name clashes, meaning I had to match on more than just the family name I had the ...
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@misc different bibliographystyle than the rest of reference

i managed to work out a solution. It may not be the best solution, but it works :D Thank you for your help. %Exception for publisher = author \newbibmacro*{company}{% \printlist{publisher} % } \...
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How to format the DOI field in BibTeX?

Use lower case to get small caps: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{mybib.bib} @dataset{Thomas2021, doi = {10.17632/wj6s2d8xbg.2}, year = {2021}, publisher = {Mendeley ...
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Citation Style Language vs. biblatex (vs. possibly other "citing-systems"?)

I'm the creator of CSL, which I originally created for very simple reasons: While I used LaTeX, I work in a field which requires Word-compatible files; LaTeX not accepted. I saw no reason why such ...
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biblatex no longer compiles entries with german umlauts in their ID

In my case, the solution was that I had two MiKTeX installations on my drive (no real idea where or when the "wrong one" came to be). I changed the path for each command in Configure ...
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@misc different bibliographystyle than the rest of reference

I wouldn't rewrite the driver for this. If someone or some institution or company is the editor (Herausgeber) of a work and should be shown at the beginning of the entry, just put them in the editor ...
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Biblatex: philosophy-verbose

In a way the biblatex implementation of full citations often mixes citation and bibliography settings. This means that they sometimes fall through the cracks when options are offered that distinguish ...
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Citing a book with diacritics in its title using LuaLaTeX and Biber

The test file: \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @book{wilden2018critical, author = {Eva Wilden}, title = {A Critical Edition and an Annotated Translation of the Akanāṉūṟu (...
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Citing a book with diacritics in its title using LuaLaTeX and Biber

The default font Latin Modern doesn't have the diacritics you want, so the solution would be to use a font which has them. The following seems to work. % arara: lualatex % arara: biber % arara: ...
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Degree symbol in bib file

Nine years after the question was asked... because modern LaTeX toolchains support UTF-8, you can include the degree symbol directly: title={Surface Tension of Alcohol and Water from 20 to 50°}, If ...
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How to create new citation style that is not included in Biblatex?

I looked at https://www.saa.org/publications/latin-american-antiquity. The Style Guide states the following. To alleviate software incompatibilities and related digital problems, authors using ...
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Biblatex with autoyear, display first name

You'll want to change the labelname name format. In general it is not a good idea to combine several \...cite commands into one. Usually there are more elegant ways to achieve the desired result. In ...
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Biblatex: Citation delimiter between works of the same author with postnotes

A simpler solution, which avoids having to mess with the postnote macro, and has the advantage of working independently of your definition of \multicitedelim, is just: \renewcommand{\compcitedelim}{\...
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Help me with my bibliography

There are a few problems with the style; one of them is that most of the functions defined appear in conditional constructions (inside if_then_else structures), and it is not clear to me why such ...
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Citation style with quotation marks and question about understanding special page numberings

This style is exactly the one used by APS (American Physical Society) journals. As you perhaps don't want to switch to the whole RevTeX stuff, you could use the derived Optica's (former OSA for ...
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Citation style with quotation marks and question about understanding special page numberings

The closest citation style in BibTeX that I could find is the "IEEE Transactions" style (\bibliographystyle{ieeetr}), actually containing quotation marks: This style still does not exactly ...
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How to add REFERENCES section in \tableofcontents

Solved by adding: \printbibliography[heading=bibintoc,title={REFERENCES}] To the 8-Bib.tex file.
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Why is Bibliography showing up instead of REFERENCES?

Solved via manually overriding the name \include{Chapter-6} \renewcommand{\bibname}{REFERENCES} \include{8-Bib}
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Why is Bibliography showing up instead of REFERENCES?

Add the line \renewcommand{\bibname}{References} to your preamble.
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Sorting shorthands alphanumerically/naturally

You can use sortshorthand to force a slightly different order for shorthands. If you add leading zeros to the shorthands in sortshorthand you get the desired order. (You are already doing something ...
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Modify \cite to [Number](Author+Year)

In the code that you are using (probably from Is there a package that allows a citation style of [Author, year] [number]?) the brackets are implicitly added by \cite via its wrapper command. This is ...
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\DeclareSortingTemplate: not working as expected

As discussed in the comments, with backend=bibtex you can only use a restricted list of sorting schemes (none, nty, nyt, nyvt, anyt, anyvt, ynt, ydnt, debug) and \DeclareSortingTemplate is not ...
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biblatex-apa does not consistently remove period after DOI when using the option backref. How to fix this?

After Googling, I found that this issue has been resolved in an unreleased version of biblatex-apa: https://github.com/plk/biblatex-apa/pull/159 Before this version becomes available to users, adding ...
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APA style bibtex citations show up wrong/don't work

bibtotoc is not an option biblatex recognises. So \RequirePackage[ % Use the newest backend: biber backend=biber, % Use alphabetic style style=apa, % Add an entry to the ToC bibtotoc ...
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Overfull \hbox (x pt too wide) in biblatex bibliography

There is a number of possible causes for overfull and undefull boxes in the bibliography. Generally speaking the problem is with content for which LaTeX has a hard time finding good ways to line-break ...
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Name delimiters in biblatex

lockstep's answer still works, but things are a bit easier now with the context-sensitive delimiter interface. In order to change the delimiter for citations and the bibliography use \documentclass[...
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Trying to make a parenciteauthor command, skipbib and skipbiblist behave differently

This issue is not caused by any of your definitions. It is caused by what is arguably a bug in biblatex: https://github.com/plk/biblatex/issues/1225. If you need things to work now, you can include ...
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