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It is possible to show the whole bibliography with the commands \nociteand \printbibliography. Once you have uploaded your .bib file on Overleaf, you can use something like this : \documentclass{article} ... \usepackage[ backend=biber, style=alphabetic, sorting=ynt ]{biblatex} % as per your question \bibliography{<your .bib file>} \begin{document} \...


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I know it is a very late answer, but maybe someone will find it helpful anyway. This should work: \renewcommand{\refname}{Referencias} \printbibliography For some reason when you renew the command in the preamble it does not work.


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The same answer as @Oleg Domanov but also adding a hyperlink to the citation: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[backref=true]{biblatex} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @misc{A01, author = {Author, A.}, year = {2001}, title = {Alpha}, } @misc{B02, author = {Buthor, B.}, year = {2002}, title = {Bravo}, } \...


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I have hyperref and I use BibTeX with keys like: @BOOK{MyKey, AUTHOR = {theName, theFirstName}, TITLE = {Thoughts}, YEAR = {3001}, } In my template at least, \hyperlink{cite.MyKey}{link} is enough to make a link work. I might make a MWE later, but in the meantime maybe this can help someone.


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I stumbled upon a similar problem, only requiring a bracketed note like [ebook] directly after the title as in APA-like styles. If you need the note there, the appropriate field to use is titleaddon.


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First off, you need refsegments and not refsections since you want to be able to use the same entry in the entire document and have it referred by the same name throughout. The per-section bibliographies can be filtered with the segment key. Due to the split nature of the author bibliography it is surprisingly difficult to get the labelprefix right. Usually ...


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biblatex does not sort name lists. In some disciplines it is common to list authors alphabetically, but this is not always the case and biblatex never meddles with the order given in the .bib file. You can't easily tell biblatex who is the main author in a way that would make biblatex use the main author as the first author, but you can sort of trick your ...


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When you are putting your bibliography manually with bibitem, just change \usepackage[]{biblatex} to \usepackage{cite} and your citation will appear in number.


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You do not need to specify multiple \bibliography commands. apxproof already creates (by default) a bibliography with references that are in the appendix, independently of the bibliography of the references in the main text. This is done through the bibunits package, so you need to run bibtex on each separate .aux file (latexmk does this automatically). The ...


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I have used in the past biblatex in a way like: \RequirePackage[backend=biber,bibstyle=trad-plain,citestyle=numeric,sorting=none,backref=false]{biblatex} \DeclareFieldFormat{labelnumberwidth}{[#1]} \defbibenvironment{bibliography} {\list {\printfield[labelnumberwidth]{labelnumber}} {\setlength{\labelwidth}{\labelnumberwidth}% \setlength{\...


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There are many bibliography styles out there which (a) generate numeric-style citation call-outs and (b) do not sort the bibliographic entries alphabetically by authors' surnames. Four of them are: unsrt -- One of the original BibTeX style files, dating back to the early 1980s. To ease some citation-related burdens, it's a good idea to load the cite package ...


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As it turns out what you get in the MWE are square brackets, but avant's square brackets are a bit round at the ends. You can, however, still see a small difference between round brackets and square brackets – at least when you see them side by side. Here is a solution to let biblatex use the square brackets from Latin Modern Sans. Note that this only ...


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I would recommend to use \usepackage[style=numeric,backend=bibtex8]{biblatex} if there's no specific need for biber. Most of the time, bibtex8 works fine for me and when it doesn't, I quickly find a solution.


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If you only want to give the initials in your .bib file, you can write author = {Wilf, S. H.}, or author = {S. H. Wilf}, If you write author = {Wilf, S.H.}, BibTeX will not be able to tell that "S.H." is two initials and will abbreviate the name to "S. Wilf" if asked to abbreviate names. Note that the style you use controls the output and decides ...


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When creating your .bib document, you can format the authors as follows: author = {Surname, Name} which, in your case, can be formatted as author = {Wilf, S.H.}


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Without a real MWE to test, maybe is more complex that this, but ... Select with the mouse the gray box BibTeX Generated Bibliography (a blue background should appear). Right-click (a floating menu should be showed). Select Paragraphs Settings ... In Line Spacing menu, select Single Click on Apply or OK The Source Code Pane (menu View) then should show ...


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The process with VerbTeX is the same as with 'regular' LaTeX. You need to collect all your references in a bibliography file, which in VerbTeX is accessible in the Bibliography tab. Each reference has an entry with fields for author, title, etc. See for example https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Bibliography_Management#Standard_templates for an overview of ...


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Welcome on tex.stackexchange. There are several small issues in your code: It is far from being minimal You should not write \bibliography{\jobname.bib} as the .bib is automatically added You do not have to load graphics as it is already loaded by graphicx You don't need the filecontents package as long as you use the related environment in the preamble As ...


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You bib file has html and url addresses that contain characters that would confuse the compiler. Luckily the solution is simple: \usepackage{url} sorts this out allowing you to use urls in your bib and text.


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I read some posts online and I came to this solution. I added these commands and the top of my LaTeX main file: \usepackage[ backend=biber, sorting=none, maxnames=3, minnames=3, firstinits=true, terseinits=true, citestyle=numeric, bibstyle=authoryear, ]{biblatex} \makeatletter \input{numeric.bbx} \makeatother \renewcommand*{\...


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If hyperref package is used, the following will add a line break in front of url: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{book} \usepackage{lscape} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{multirow} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{dsfont} \usepackage{wrapfig} \usepackage{caption} \usepackage{...


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If you are using BibLateX, you can just use the \fullcite command. for example: \fullcite{kumar_exploiting_2010} produces from the bibtex: @inproceedings{kumar_exploiting_2010, title = {{EXPLOITING} {N}-{GRAM} {IMPORTANCE} {AND} {ADDITIONAL} {KNOWEDGE} {BASED} {ON} {WIKIPEDIA} {FOR} {IMPROVEMENTS} {IN} {GAAC} {BASED} {DOCUMENT} {CLUSTERING}}, ...


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biblatex Here is a solution for biblatex. We can (ab)use the mark mechanism, each entry sets the marks and then the header grabs \rightmark and \leftmark, which contain the first and last reference number on each page. \documentclass[british]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage[...


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Because it comes up very often, the biblatex-ext styles have an option to remove the "in:" for @articles (and only for @articles). Setting articlein=false, removes the "in:" for @articles, the "in:" for all other types is preserved. See also p. 11 of the biblatex-ext documentation. \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[...


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Before we start: You should never modify a file installed by your TeX distribution directly. That only leads to confusing incompatibilities when you share your document (or run it on a different machine, or ...). Furthermore, the file may be overwritten (and your changes obliterated) without warning during an update of the involved package. Instead you ...


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The DOI formatting is controlled by DOI field format defined in biblatex.def. We just need to redefine it from \DeclareFieldFormat{doi}{% \mkbibacro{DOI}\addcolon\space \ifhyperref {\href{https://doi.org/#1}{\nolinkurl{#1}}} {\nolinkurl{#1}}} to something we want. Instead of redefining the \mkbibarco, I just stick the text in, replace \addcolon ...


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Updating biblatex to version >= 3.13 solves the issue. See the question referenced as duplicate.


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