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Well, I have only \bibliographystyle{model5-names} installed on my system (so please check the available bibliography styles by your own for the needed display of informations they want -- or better ask them which bibliography style you should use -- they should know best!), but the real culprit in your case is that you have to use command \citep{...


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I believe you have completely misunderstood the meaning and purpose of the nobreak option of the cite citation management package. The cite package is meant to be used with bibliography styles that generate numeric-style citation call-outs, e.g., [3] and [22]. If the nobreak option is set, there won't be a line break either before or after the citation ...


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In your example the \end{document} is missing. If I insert this, it seems to work. This report provides the results blah blah blah.\cite{edgeRRef} outputs This report provides the results blah blah blah.[1]


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The term for "et al." (in citations) is saved in apacite's \BOthers macro. We can temporarily redefine it to say "and colleagues" or something else. It might be convenient to pack up this redefinition in a new macro called \etalchange. We keep the redefinition local by enclosing it and the \cite it should refer to in curly braces, like {\etalchange\citet*{...


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Never disregard error messages or warnings: upon running BibTeX, I get This is BibTeX, Version 0.99d (TeX Live 2019) The top-level auxiliary file: joshua.aux The style file: plain.bst Database file #1: joshua.bib "{" immediately follows a field name---line 14 of file joshua.bib : @misc : {REF3, I'm skipping whatever remains of this entry Warning--I ...


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Well, based on the class cta-author.cls of IET and the included file iet.bst there I created the following mwe for testing purposes: \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @misc{MatlabSignalAnalysis, author = "Mathworks", title = "Practical Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis", howpublished = "https://...


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Since you are using the cite package, you can redefine \citeleft, \citeright (the delimiters/parentheses around the complete list) and \citeform (the format of a single citation in the list). \documentclass{article} \usepackage[english,main=russian]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{cite} \renewcommand\citeleft{} \renewcommand\citeright{} \...


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You can edit abbrvnat.bst to be some sort of a mix between alpha and abbrv. Save the resulting file as alphanat.bst. Note that this is only a proof of concept, it works for the MWE but it may break at any point. The modifications to abbrvnat.bst are as follows. Copy the function format.lab.names (the label formatting function) and a few lines above that, ...


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Wellcome to TeX.SE! Because you gave no minimal working example with bibliography (MWEB) -- please add an MWE or MWEB in your next question, it helps us to help you! -- I have to guess a little bit. Please see the following mwe (I added an fictional bib file with package filecontents only to get an compiling mwe, you use your own bib file): \RequirePackage{...


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This is one of the jobs that I wrote biblatex-ext for. With \DeclareInnerCiteDelims{textcite}{\bibopenbracket}{\bibclosebracket} you can tell \textcite to use square brackets instead of round parentheses for the year. You just need to load the ext- version of your style, so you would load style=ext-authoryear-comp instead of style=authoryear-comp. ...


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Your trouble comes from the fact that the cite macro is a little different in authoryear-comp to authoryear. This also makes it more complicated to just put brackets around a year as they may be compressed. I suggest making use of \textcite and patching the textcite macro to use brackets instead of parentheses. (There's probably a variety of ways of doing ...


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If you are using biblatex with a numeric style, then \textcite should give you what you wrote \citeauthnum for. \textcite has the advantage of working properly with pre- and postnote and being able to handle multiple citations. In general I strongly recommend against creating new \...cite commands by putting two or more \...cite commands together in a \...


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A comment up front: I don't use Overleaf, I don't even have an account there. Hence, I cannot access the URL you provided in a comment. If you wish people to see the code you work with, you should provide it as ASCII text in the body of your query rather than as a link to a site that's not easily and immediately accessible. To retrieve the complete bibtex ...


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You should remove the prenote and postnote parts, and perhaps the associated punctation, in your definition of \cite as the \autocite call will take care of these: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[style=numeric,citecounter=true,citetracker=true]{biblatex} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{myreferences.bib} @online{bad, author = {{...


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I figured it out: After contacting the support they told me, that Overleaf might not run Biber, as the Outputs are still cached. By clearing it, Biber will run again. For anyone wondering how to do so and having the same issue, here is how to clear the cache: https://www.overleaf.com/learn/how-to/Clearing_the_cache


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Wouldn't \headlesscite be more like \cite* instead of \cite? Anyway, \newrobustcmd*{\headlesscite}{\cite} works absolutely fine, though I would probably just use \newcommand*{\headlesscite}{\cite} The MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage[authordate]{biblatex-chicago} \addbibresource{biblatex-examples.bib} \newrobustcmd*{\headlesscite}{\cite} \...


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You are looking for shortauthor. The shortauthor field can contain a 'shorter' (abbreviated) version of the author field. There is also shorteditor, which does the same thing for editor. \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage[style=authoryear, backend=biber]{...


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This is an old post, but I believe that the unwanted space is only a minor effect of a wrong approach, so I have also another suggestions: Do not use cite. This package is to format numeric citations, so I think that have little utility with an alpha style where references are the bibtex keys. Without the package, (\cite{All14}) will work as expected. Do ...


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The following worked for my natbib-powered document (it's the code OP used on How to show Not cited and Cited i times on pages ..., in the bibliography when using biblatex?). Just paste this somewhere in the preamble and you can easily see in the references which entries are the most and least cited. \usepackage[pagebackref=true]{hyperref} \renewcommand*{\...


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