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One way is to use Biblatex instead, which takes care of that automatically. Here is an example which uses the natbib option to make it more like natbib users are used to. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[style=authoryear, natbib]{biblatex} \addbibresource{referenzen.bib} \begin{document} Dies ist ein Beispiel \citep{...


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This question is about bibliometrics. bibliometrix is an R package that incorporates several methods for such analysis. From their introduction vignette: bibliometrix package provides a set of tools for quantitative research in bibliometrics and scientometrics. Bibliometrics turns the main tool of science, quantitative analysis, on itself. Essentially, ...


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[ and ] have no special meaning in name fields for BibTeX. { and } do have special meaning, so turning [de Bruin] into {de Bruin} would result in very different outcomes. BibTeX parses Tim [de Bruin] as last name Bruin], name prefix/"von part" [de and first name Tim. This is pretty much the same result you would get from Tim de Bruin minus the ...


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refsections are kept completely separate from each other, so there is no chance of printing a combined bibliography of different refsections (sensibly) unless you completely reimplement large bits of how \printbibliography or refsections work. For a one-off sanity check the simplest solution is to replace all refsections by refsegments, change all chapter ...


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