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Before you read on, please check with the journal editor if they can accept LaTeX submissions using biblatex for the bibliography. biblatex requires a very different workflow than BibTeX both for producing the bibliography as well as for possible post-processing of the file in their typesetting system. As I commented under the question, I think the style is ...


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To replace "&" with "and": \DeclareDelimFormat*{finalnamedelim:apa:family-given}{\addspace\bibstring{and}\space} to get square brackets: \renewcommand{\bibrightparen}{]} \renewcommand{\bibleftparen}{[} no brackets in bibliography \AtBeginBibliography{ \renewcommand{\bibrightparen}{} \renewcommand{\bibleftparen}{} } Full code: \documentclass[12pt]{...


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An experiment using \mkbibparens - seems to work with APA-style: (I don't have your bib, so just used a dummy entry.) MWE \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @misc{john-73, author = {John, S.}, year = {1973}, title = {The best book ever}, } \end{filecontents} \documentclass{article} \usepackage{csquotes} \...


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You can use the xr package to define references to an external document. So, if you have two documents A.tex and B.tex in document A you can use \externaldocument{B} to load the references in B (\ref and \pageref). Please notice that, then, \label{xxx} can refer to a reference in document A or document B. You can include multiple \externaldocument calls. ...


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Here's an expl3 implementation which uses a prop list to store the entries that contain each unique (case-sensitive) keyword, and then collects the entries based on a list of keywords to pass to the citation command. First you need to read the .bib file with \ReadBibFile{<file-name.bib>} and then you can cite the entries with \tcite[<command>]{&...


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In my case, I use TexMaker Cybercrime may threaten a person or a nation's security and financial health. Issues surrounding these types of crimes have become high-profile, particularly those regarding hacking, copyright infringement, unwarranted mass-surveillance, sextortion, child pornography, and child grooming\cite{yar2019cybercrime}. This works. Also, ...


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You could wrap the problematic citation like this \hbox{\cite{...}} to make it unbreakable. It worked nicely for me.


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My understanding was that (1963) would be the default. Not quite. In fact, as you've discovered, the default fence symbol type used in citation callouts is square brackets, not round parentheses, for natbib's plainnat bibliography style. This also holds for the unsrtnat and abbrvnat styles. If you want round parentheses -- ( and ) -- one of the following ...


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I managed to solve the issue. The main problem was that \openautoquote and \closeautoquote must not be placed at different levels of environments, i.e. having one in the displaycquote environment itself and one in the nested itemize environment will break the code. I now opted to change \mkenddispquote instead of \cqs@cite. This code works for me now: \...


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Okay what I was looking for for an understanding of how to control the cite package. Still new to LaTeX so this was a learning process. Seems I simply needed to renew the citeform and biblabel commands as follows: \usepackage{cite} \renewcommand\citeform{\thechapter.} \makeatletter \renewcommand\@biblabel[1]{\thechapter.#1.}


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I ran into the same problem when my .bib file was in the same folder as my .lyx file. In the "BibTeX Generated Bibliography" dialog I just had to add a "./" in front of the .bib file name.


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biblatex provides the type fields for technical reports, and you can add the line type = {Research Report}, in the bib file. Thus, the entry in the bib file will look like: @techreport{borras-clement-despeyroux-incerpi-kahn-et-al:2006, author = {Patrick Borras, and Dominique Clement, and Thierry Despeyroux, and Janet Incerpi, and ...


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A way to work around this is to chnage Texmaker compilation way in order to check for the existance of citation in the file.aux before using bibtex. When I was compiling, I used this command for pdflatex>bibtex>pdflatex(x2)>viewpdf pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode --enable-write18 %.tex | bibtex %.aux |pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=...


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If you wrap the URL in a \url, it works like a charm! @misc{aila2014, title = {2014 {{AILA VIC Award Winners}}}, author = {{AILA}}, year = {2014}, howpublished = {\url{https://www.aila.org.au/imis\_prod/AILAWeb/Chapters/VIC/2014\_AILA\_VIC\_Award\_Winners.aspx}}, journal = {Australian Institute of Landscape Architects} } @misc{dpcd2009, ...


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tl;dr put \setcitestyle{super} after \begin{document}. I had a look through the class file, but I couldn't really make sense of it. It seems that the prb option does nothing. The documentation says "There is no code specific to prb." We should be able to get the same effect with the citeautoscript option, but that didn't work either. I'm not sure why it ...


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If some one will face this problem in the future and will be using DVI workflow the solution can be dvibreaklinks.sty. It will work only with luatex engine because link insertion is based on \localleftbox and \localrightbox. Links will be properly broken via pages (floats and headings will be ignored) \documentclass{article} \usepackage[paperwidth=10cm,...


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I ran into the same issue when using biblatex-chicago. The Chicago style manual says the following about ebooks The majority of electronically published books offered for download from a library or bookseller will have a printed counterpart. Because of the potential for differences, however, authors must indicate that they have consulted a format ...


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You can use the \cites command for this, which doesn't sort. \documentclass[]{article} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @misc{first, title={Reference A}, author={Alice}, year={1980} } @misc{second, title={Reference B}, author={Bob}, year={2000} } \end{filecontents} \usepackage[sortcites]{biblatex} \addbibresource{\jobname.bib} \begin{...


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I just worked it out, there was a mistake in the patch code when separated by opening bracket. I decided to leave this question with my answer in case it helps someone else. the correct patch would be: % Patch case where name and year are separated by opening bracket \patchcmd{\NAT@citex} {\@citea\NAT@hyper@{% \NAT@nmfmt{\NAT@nm}% \hyper@...


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The apalike bibliography style is very old. In fact, it is so very old that it predates the notion that URL strings might ever show up in a bibliographic entry. As a result, the apalike bib style simply ignores the url field. What to do? Simply change url = {\url{https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/}} to note = {\url{https://sustainabledevelopment.un....


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I know this is an old post, but if someone run into this issue the following worked for me: Go to Document > Settings > Bibliography and set Style format: Biblatex(natbib mode), Variant: Author-year, Biblatex citation style: authoryear, Biblatex bibliography style: authoryear, Processor: bibtex. Then when you cite in the document, choose from the drop-...


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biblatex-iso690 uses the internal command \lastnameformat (which will probably be renamed to \familynameformat soon, so if the answer ceases to work, try \familynameformat in the code below instead) to format the family name in the bibliography. If you want the name format to apply almost everywhere, try \documentclass[english,ngerman]{article} \usepackage{...


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