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Different bibliographies for each chapter with shared references

References will not be generated as required because of the incorrect usage of \chapterbib with natbib. The correct usage is: \usepackage[sectionbib]{natbib} \usepackage{chapterbib} When natbib is ...
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How to create both list of abbreviations and list of nomenclature using nomencl package?

It is indeed possible to have two separate lists using nomencl. You can define them as groups with corresponding titles. When doing so, you need to remove the main title by placing \renewcommand{\...
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\DeclareSourceMap does not work

There are two issues here. Non-empty fields are not overwritten unless overwrite is explicitly specified. (Empty fields are fine, though, this'll come in handy soon.) You probably do not want to ...
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Multiple bibliographies and one global bibliography - all with global labels

biblatex improved since lockstep wrote their answer. Here is another solution that doesn't requires you to modify your .bib file. Short answer Create a refsegment for each part of you document you ...
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How can I have two or more distinct indexes?

The index package lets you define additional indexes in addition to the “default” one. (You don't have to use the default one if you don't want to.) This package makes a few other improvements, ...
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Glossary per chapter (not by section)

The problem here is that you're mixing old and new commands. My original answer that you linked to is several years old and uses commands that are now deprecated, such as \glossarystyle and \...
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Biblatex print specific bibliography entries in bold

Since in your other question (Biblatex: Changing number of authors listed in bibliography only for one section) we used toggles to such a great extent, why not go for it again? \newtoggle{bbx:...
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Different bibliographies for each chapter with shared references

For those who uses biblatex instead of natbib just put your chapter inside the refsection environment. Here is an example using the same code as Ross. \documentclass[12pt, twoside]{book} \usepackage[...
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How to use multibib in order to insert a second bibliography as a part of an annex?

Using package multibib: \begin{filecontents}{domiMain.bib} @article{cc, author= {Crazy Capybara}, year= {2015}, } \end{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{domiAnnex.bib} @...
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biblatex advises defernumbers=true but details of references may be very hard to find

The biblatex documentation explains the defernumbers option as follows (p. 55) In contrast to standard LaTeX, the numeric labels generated by this package are normally assigned to the full list of ...
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\DeclareSourceMap does not work

This is a complement to moewe's answer, just providing an alternative method to add a keyword without overwriting existing ones. It is done by appending ,keyword to all entries of interest, ...
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How to put Bibliography at the end of each section in my thesis?

I found a blog which describes a solution based on BIBER. https://texblog.org/2012/10/22/multiple-bibliographies-with-biblatex/ Here a copy of the sources: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[...
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Biblatex using shorthands and numeric style - label sizes

As mentioned in Biblatex, Use of prefixnumber changes indentation of all subbibliographies biblatex 3.11 has the new option locallabelwidth which makes the labelwidth calculation local for each \...
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Both sorted and unsorted glossaries with glossaries package?

You need to use \makenoidxglossaries and \printnoidxglossary instead of \makeglossaries and \printglossary if you want different sorting rules. The noidx variant uses TeX to sort and collate rather ...
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BibLatex: two bibliographies with roman and arabic numbering

This is actually quite a bit easier than Biblatex: Two bibliographies with different styles and sortings That is because we only want to mix numeric styles and we don't need to change the sorting. \...
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Currentsection TOC in scrartcl?

Here's an example using etoc. It's just a starting point. \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{scrartcl} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{etoc} \...
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Independent Chapters and Unique References

Introduction copied from author's comment and screenshot added by cfr to try to get this recognised as a solution and undeleted. After some trials I finally came up with a 'ok' solution. I was trying ...
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Biblatex descending order of references but multiple lists starting from highest listcount

We can simply start counting each entry type separately with \AtDataInput{% \csnumgdef{entrycount:\therefsection:\thefield{entrytype}}{% \csuse{entrycount:\therefsection:\thefield{entrytype}}+1}...
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Biblatex, Use of prefixnumber changes indentation of all subbibliographies

biblatex 3.11 introduces the locallabelwdith option that calculates the width of labels not globally for all entries, but locally for each \printbibliography separately. See also Reset spacing between ...
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Natbib-Multibib problem with prefix labels

This is a quick hack using natbib's \citenumfont, though it means each \newcite will need their own patch lines. \usepackage{xparse} \let\oriCiteO\citeO %% The O{} in this re-definition means "an ...
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Structuring the bibliography by headings and subheadings

Necro'ing after four years because I had a similar problem and found a better solution. Biblatex 3.5 allows to improve the solution a tad. From the manual: \defbibheading{name}[title]{code} This ...
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hyperref and bibunits: link does not work

To make the solution above work for \cite{article1, article2}, replace \hyper@natlinkstart{#2}% in the definition of \@citex by \hyper@natlinkstart{\@citeb}%
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BibLaTeX: Citation Sorting with Split Bibliographies and Filters

With your example it is possible to get the wanted result without a sourcemap (make sure to delete old aux-files before trying and compile at least twice after biber): \documentclass{article} \...
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Biblatex: Changing number of authors listed in bibliography only for one section

Resetting the maxname option is surprisingly hard, because maxnames is kept very close to the entry itself. So I've come up with \newtoggle{bbx:allnames} \togglefalse{bbx:allnames} \AtEveryBibitem{\...
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Biblatex: Creating categories based on keywords

On first glance what you describe sounds like you want to filter your bibliography with keyword/notkeyword directly. Categories are supposed to offer a way to categories your bibliography dynamically ...
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How to split bibliography into "works cited" and "works not cited"?

This is just a subtle difference from the @lockstep's solution, which enables you to put subtitles on each sub-list besides the main title. % create a list of cited and uncited refereces with biblatex ...
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How to change or remove the bibliography title when using multibib?

After struggling for three days, I found a very simple solution to remove the title regardless of the file class or any other package being used simultaneously: rather than leaving the title argument ...
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Including additional bibliography (publication list) in thesis

In case you want your publications inside a section (instead of creating a new chapter). The answers I found did not satisfy my needs. Thus, I post my research. Contents of MainFile: \documentclass[...
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How to use the Multi Bibliography resource from biblatex with beamer?

I had the same problem, but solved it different. I just removed one biblatex-package option from the LaTeX root file. This is what I had: % Code causing "nested refsection errors" \documentclass[...] ...
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