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~ is the command for a non-breaking space. It's useful for ~\cite{mylabel} so that the [1] doesn't end up on the next line by itself. But if you don't want the space, then you don't need the ~, and should just have ... over the past two decades\nocite{andrianantoandro_SyntheticBiologyNew_2006,lukas_DesigningEncodingModels_2009}.


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If you are not planning on citing anything from bib.bib, it should be enough to define a labelled refsection with a \nocite{*}. Since refsections are kept completely separate from each other and labelled refsections only take the .bib files from their label, the \nocite{*} will only apply to entries from bib.bib. \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[...


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By design, the ordering of the entries in the bib file has no meaning. Therefore, \cite{ref1,ref3-ref7} has no chance whatsoever of working. In fact, BibTeX will issue a warning that it couldn't find an entry with key ref3-ref7 in the bib file. The cite package allows multiple arguments in a single \cite instruction and performs sorting and compression (...


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In the author field of a bibliographic entry, the keyword and must be used to separate individual authors. The author field knows of another keyword as well: others, which serves to trigger the routine that outputs "et al" in the citation callouts (if it hasn't already been triggered). Hence, I believe that you should write the field as author = {...


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Try the following. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[notes]{biblatex-chicago} \addbibresource{biblatex-examples.bib} \DefineBibliographyStrings{english}{ thiscite = {at}, } \newtoggle{cbxchic:hadpages} \renewbibmacro*{fullpostnote}{% \global\toggletrue{cbxchic:hadpages}% \iffieldundef{chapter}% {\iffieldundef{pages}% {\global\togglefalse{...


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Looking at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIS_(file_format) I'd suggest ID, which is described as 'Reference ID'. Since RIS support in biblatex (or rather Biber) was removed in version 3.5 (2016-09-10), I couldn't test this suggestion.


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tl;dr Go for option 1. If the data model validation warning bothers you that much, define a new data model that does not require institution (see below). The distinction between 'required' and 'optional' fields in biblatex is a bit less rigid than it may appear at first. Apart from the datamodel validation code there is nothing in the biblatex code that ...


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You have a syntax error in the author field: The separator between authors is not , ("comma") but the keyword and. Hence, you need to rewrite the field as Author = {J. N. Maki and Bell, III, J. F. and K. E. Herkenhoff and S. W. Squyres and A. Kiely and M. Klimesh and M. Schwochert and T. Litwin and R. Willson and A. Johnson and M. Maimone and ...


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The natbib citation management package works just fine with the beamer document class. For full compatibility with some of the bibliography styles -- such as agsm and dcu -- that are provided by the harvard citation management package, be sure to load har2nat as well. (This piece of advice is not specific to beamer.) I would use \cite and \citep to create ...


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You're so close. biblatex includes the commands \pno, \psq, and \psqq that should provide the output that you're looking for. Use the following cite command to reproduce your first example. \autocite[\pno~2, 2\psq, 7\psqq]{Chomsky1957} Chomsky 1957, p. 2, 2 sq., 7 sqq. To translate into the German equivalent, just load the babel package in your preamble and ...


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I found a way. In the \usepackage{biblatex-chicago} we need to add the parameter block=ragged, just like that: \usepackage[block=ragged]{biblatex-chicago} and it output that: What that parameter does is bringing one line down every things that breaks at ends of lines. Example: If the title is very long:


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The error comes from processing a temporary file generated from your bib data, myref11.bib, which is not shown. It is probably a problem with the citation tag "Game Theory". I know bibTeX can't handle spaces in citation tags, and I suppose your tool chain doesn't like them either. Try switching the tag to "GameTheory" in both your .tex ...


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You can find the definition of \notecite in biblatex.def (ll. 2218-2223 in v3.15a). To make the output of that command smaller we can add a wrapper command with the optional argument that sets the font size to \footnotesize. No other citation commands are affected. \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage[LY1,T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[icelandic]{babel} \...


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Your formatting requirement is best handled by switching from the natbib citation management package to the apacite package (with option natbibapa, so that you can keep using \citet and \citep) and from the agsm bib style to the apacite bib style. \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{references.bib} @article{li2020most, author = {Li, ...


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Some suggestions and observations: To avoid getting warning messages about either underfull or overfull lines because of URL strings, load the xurl package before loading hyperref. Since the elsarticle-num bibliography style recognizes a field called url, use it, i.e, replace howpublished = {\url{https://www.kjmagnetics.com/calculator.asp}}, with url = {...


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Since it looks like you want authoryear-style citation call-outs, you should change \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-num} to \bibliographystyle{elsarticle-harv} While you're at it, you should probably also change \setcitestyle{square} to \setcitestyle{round} Then, delete all auxiliary files and perform a full recompile cycle -- LaTeX, BibTeX, and LaTeX ...


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The name of the author doesn't go into the parenthesis while the year does To generate a parenthesis-style citation call-out, you must change \cite{pascual06} to \citep{pascual06}


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I think verbose-trad2 comes closest to what you want. Here is a start at implementing your decision tree based on that style. \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage[backend=biber, style=verbose-trad2, singletitle=true, ibidpage=true, ]{biblatex} \...


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The standard verbose styles have an option called citepages for that. biblatex-chicago does not appear to have a similar option. Something like the following appears to work, but as always, it is tricky to modify a highly customised style like biblatex-chicago. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[notes]{biblatex-chicago} \DefineBibliographyStrings{english}{...


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You can use AtEveryCitekey to remove fields that you do not want from the side citations. For example: \AtEveryCitekey{% \clearfield{url}% \clearfield{address}% \clearfield{issn}% \clearfield{doi}% } To make citations shorter, it's easier to change the citestyle option of biblatex. \documentclass[nobib]{tufte-book} % no bib \usepackage[ style=...


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