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if sample.bib is @inproceedings{Zaaaa, title = {zzzz} booktitle = {Zzzz zzz } author = {foo,bar and ggg} date = {2000}, pages = {13--1}, } @misc{ABC, title = {zzzz} booktitle = {Zzzz zzz } author = {foo,bar and ggg} date = {2000}, pages = {13--1}, } @book{Zaabha, title = {zzzz} booktitle = {Zzzz zzz } author = {foo,bar and ggg} ...


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try: \usepackage[babel]{csquotes} \usepackage[backend=biber,style=apa]{biblatex} \DeclareLanguageMapping{spanish}{spanish-apa} % language \addbibresource{Bibliography.bib} % Bibliography file


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Now I understand that the characteristic I need is called "back reference", more precisely is "page back reference". So I changed config of package hyperref from \usepackage[breaklinks=true,bookmarks=false]{hyperref} to \usepackage[breaklinks=true,bookmarks=false,pagebackref]{hyperref} This solved my question.


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Perhaps this will help: Having trouble forcing Overleaf to show "organization" field in the bibliography when using APA style Also, have you configured biblatex correctly to use the referencing style that you need?


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Since you've set the biblatex option style=apa, you must use biber, not bibtex, as the back-end. Also, don't load geometry twice. \documentclass[10pt]{article} \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{references.bib} @article{siemens2011penetrating, title ={Penetrating the fog: Analytics in learning and education.}, author ={Siemens, George and Long, Phil}, ...


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Your question is not very clear, so let me guess a little bit: you have urls in your bib entrys but they are not displayed in the resulting pdf. you have not used command \cite to cite an article Solutions for 1. Let us say you have a bib entry like @Article{bib_key_1, author = {\textbf{Author 1} and Author 2 and Author 3 and Author 4 and Author 5}, ...


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Two options. I would personally prefer the second. Very hackish and depends strongly on exactly how ieeetran outputs the .bbl file. You define in the main document a new command \inlatin that eats the trailing ,'' and prints out ,'' (in latin) instead. And you modify your bib entry to have title = {....\inlatin}. Add a note field. This makes the bib file ...


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You can use item annotations to mark up pseudonyms (see for example also https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/304968/35864, https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/317642/35864, BibLaTeX: prevent caps for some authors, Indicating joint first authorship through special markup in biblatex/biber, Biblatex multiple author annotations). Then we need to inject code printing ...


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Install Mendeley and Word plugin Export to Mendeley Highlight the particular references in Mendeley, "Copy As" "Bibtex entry" and paste into a ".bib" file


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I think bringing mylabel in in FUNCTION {output.bibitem} is too late. BibTeX needs to be able to figure out the longest label in order to make the indentation work properly. I think a better place for this is calc.label. Make that function read FUNCTION {calc.label} { mylabel empty$ { type$ "book" = type$ "booklet" = ...


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Sorting by given (first) name is extremely unusual with Western names. With natbib's authoryear style it also makes references much harder to find in the bibliography since your readers only know the family (last) names. Anyway, to achieve the desired sorting you need to modify the .bst file Locate plainnat.bst on your machine. You can do this by typing ...


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Thank you, Harun for the kind sharing! I found there is a missing period after the journal name in the CSE.bst file uploaded here. I corrected it and here you are free to use: https://github.com/ErbB4/LaTex-bib/blob/main/CSE-modified.bst


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This is not an answer. Only to help in the debugging. Try this code. It should run twice + biber+ other two compilation, ending with no errors. You should get the output of the figure. % !TeX TS-program = pdflatex \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{myreferences.bib} @book{yang2018optimization, title={Optimization Techniques and Applications ...


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I tried your MWE. Try citing the bib entry as \cite{Chow}. As you have probably noticed, Overleaf pops up a suggestion menu with the relevant bibliography entries you have in your addbibresource. The string to be provided to cite{} is the first string inside the curly brackets of the bibliography entry, generated by Mendeley. Chow in your example. Just to ...


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I had a problem similar to this 2 days ago, the reason was for my problem is that in my main.tex file i did not write the right path to my litrature.bib . I also use overleaf. I do hope this would help you


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The double slash mark is identical to "in:" which indicates this piece of work is extracted from the collection. It is specified in the GB/T 7714—2015 standard (in Chinese) but is rarely used in other styles. If you prefer the format "Title. In: book title", you may edit the line #0 'in.booktitle := to #1. Also, if you want to hide \\, ...


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It is hard to debug fragments so here is a test document \documentclass{article} \begin{document} There has been considerable criticism on the efficacy of the GDPR, many researchers consider this law does not cover enough ground to strengthen the data subject’s control conveniently \cite{ooijenvrabec}. \bibliographystyle{apalike} \bibliography{biblio} \...


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The filecontent part will create the file references.bib in your directory during the first compilation. Then run bibtex. Should end with Process exited normally After that compile twice. The references section will appear. Be careful with filenames of the .bib file. Must be accepted by the OS. In mine, ö, é, or similar do not go. Try this code. % !TeX TS-...


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The correct input for İ when you use BibTeX to process your .bib files (regardless of whether you are using biblatex or the classic BibTeX/\bibliographystyle approach) is {\.I} or {\.{I}}. See also How to write “ä” and other umlauts and accented letters in bibliography?. The fact that this does not work at the moment is a bug in biblatex (more ...


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First of all, you obviously could just delete the urls from your .bib file. But the more convenient way is to disable them via url=false. This might only work with biber and not bibtex, which you are using. You have to try. Pass this either as a package option or use: \ExecuteBibliographyOptions{url=false}


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This behavior isn't related to Windows, MikTeX, TeXstudio, or Jabref, but is controlled by the (bib)style set by whatever package you are using for your bibliography. So your .tex file (or a MWE) would be more useful to help solve your specific issue. If you are using biblatex, simply add the option dashed=false to change this behavior.


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How about \bibliographystyle{unsrt}? You should also try turning off your other packages to see if they are interfering.


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I resolved the issue using biblatex. I removed the \usepackage{cite} command and introduced \usepackage[style=ieee]{biblatex} \addbibresource{myref.bib} I replaced all the \cite commands with \parencite and outputted my references with the \printbibliography command. The resulting output is shown in the screenshot below


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Specifying the type of thesis within @mastersthesis @mastersthesis{McGregor:2032, ... type = "Bachelor's thesis" works for me when using \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-num}.


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Your definition contains an invisible space: Actually it is like this: \cite{U+200C#1} where U+200C is the zero width joiner and pdflatex chokes over this. At best delete the whole command and retype it.


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I stumbled upon a (possibly) similar issue. It was a document based on some really old template. Probably using some later version of the texlive distribution broke my build. I was able to identify the culprit by stripping down the thing to a minimal example that still demonstrates the error and "fix" it by removing a \usepackage{bibunits} ...


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The natbib package is aware of the Harvard family and defines \newcommand\harvardurl[1]{\textbf{URL:} \textit{#1}} which of course messes up the job done by the package url (and also hyperref, since it does not create a link). You should then redefine this macro to properly use \url. I would also type the bibliography ragged right, otherwise you are bound ...


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