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citation call-outs separated with a semicolon

I think the biblatex multicite command \parencites can be an easy solution to this problem. After defining the .bib file, for example mybib.bib: @incollection{Bortz2006, title = {Quantitative ...
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Hyperref with internal link toward bib url entry

There is no straightforward way to do this with natbib (or any BibTeX-based bibliography setup), because natbib/BibTeX does not access to the entry URLs in the citations. One way to resolve this might ...
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author-year natbib apalike and [1], [2], [3] like numbering in the references

You could try redefining the \bibitem command so that it does what the old one does, but also increases a counter, something like this (at the end of the preamble): \newcounter{mybibcounter} \let\...
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Bibliography doesn't show up when using amsart with natbib

To reiterate what I wrote in the comments, I believe this has to do with the way amsart redefines \bibliographystyle; in order to use a bibliography style like unsrtnat, it'll need to be loaded after \...
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Using two languages for natbib cite commands

It is straightforward to do with Biblatex. (Too late for original question now, but may be of interest to others seeing the question.) \documentclass{article} \usepackage[swedish, british]{babel} \...
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Using two languages for natbib cite commands

Using the natlib citation style, I have a bibstyle.bst file with the following section, where you could change the language of specific words in the citation: %% Here are the language-specific ...
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Natbib Newblock Undefined Error with Informs3 Document Class

Just for the benefit of future users: I had a similar issue and found a 'backward slash' sign in my .bib entry which was not necessary. Erroneous: \newblock 2-way \FSI fails during first time step — {...
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Different citation style for footnotes and bibliography

With bibentry you can only get the bibliography item exactly as it appears in the bibliography, so generally there is no way to slightly change the formatting between citations and bibliography. ...
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Can I add a footnote inside a natbib e.g. citation?

I'm assuming this isn't something you're doing routinely. For a one-off, I'd just break it up into two different citation commands, even if it meant adding the parentheses manually: blah blah (\...
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sort&compress is Not Working

elsarticle auto loads natbib so your placement of \PassOptionsToPackage{sort&compress}{natbib} is too late, the package is already loaded at that point. If you move it above \documentclass, then ...
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