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In case you want to remove the header entirely (e.g. because you do not use headers in the rest of the file), just add \renewcommand\bibsection{} to the preamble. This should work in all templates working with natbib, such as iopart (IOP) for example.

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According to this discussion, one can easily open the *.bib file using JabRef, then select Quality > Set/clear/append/rename fields. Then, any field can be chosen for a specific entry or all entries to edit/rename/clear.

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natbib defines \cite with \DeclareRobustCommand\cite which causes a problem here. The definition of \cite is now \protect\cite␣ where the name of the internal macro \cite␣ includes a trailing space which I've indicated with ␣. A solution is \expandafter\AdaptNoteOpt\csname cite \endcsname\multcite where the blank after cite is crucial. \documentclass{...

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Try \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[sort&compress,numbers]{natbib} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{OBrien2011, title = {Effect of Diet and Gut Dynamics on the Establishment and Persistence of {{Escherichia}} Coli}, volume = {157}, issn = {1350-0872}, number = {5}, journal = {Microbiology},...

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This was fixed by changing my Zotero BetterBibtex translator from Better Biblatex to Better Bibtex, as mentioned here: https://github.com/retorquere/zotero-better-bibtex/issues/73 journaltitle is specific to biblatex, while journal is specific for bibtex.

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It is hard to write a complete style from one example alone and this site is not really suited for questions like this anyway, it is much better to ask about specific features of your style separately. Here is something to get you started. I used biblatex-ext as a basis in order to have easier access to a few more customisations. Most command names should ...

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You asked, I heard that agsm achieve[s] something similar. Is this the case? I guess the answer to your question depends on what you mean by "similar". Consider the following screenshot, generated with the natbib citation management package and the agsm bibliography style. (See further below for the code that gives rise to the screenshot.) I can spot ...

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After a lot of detective work I managed to identify the issue: Two entries in the library.bib-file were almost identical, the only thing different between them was the case of a letter Martines-Martines1998 and Martines-martines1998. Nice to know that case doesn't matter in the .bib file. I changed one of the entries, then the book compiled as before.

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The BibTeX style informs2014.bst uses \BIBand to separate authors, but the informs3 class fails to define it. The error only shows up if the bibliography includes multiauthor documents. Add \providecommand{\BIBand}{and} (or \& instead of and if your research field has this usage) before \begin{document}.

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Welcome on tex.stackexchange. There are several small issues in your code: It is far from being minimal You should not write \bibliography{\jobname.bib} as the .bib is automatically added You do not have to load graphics as it is already loaded by graphicx You don't need the filecontents package as long as you use the related environment in the preamble As ...

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I read some posts online and I came to this solution. I added these commands and the top of my LaTeX main file: \usepackage[ backend=biber, sorting=none, maxnames=3, minnames=3, firstinits=true, terseinits=true, citestyle=numeric, bibstyle=authoryear, ]{biblatex} \makeatletter \input{numeric.bbx} \makeatother \renewcommand*{\...

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