I can't get my bibliography to work, don't know what I'm doing wrong.

https://www.overleaf.com/read/gtzjwqpvgkjz

^^That's the file. It's my first time doing a bibliography using LaTeX so I might be making some stupid mistake I can't see to find.

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So, I was told to write the bibliographical references in the following way (the citation style is, on the contrary, the simple author-year style, for example Rossi 2001; the words in bold are actually in small caps):

>Rossi 2001 = L. Rossi, The Epigrams Ascribed to Theocritus: A Method of Approach, Paris 2001

How could I get this result using BibTeX? Which bibliography style should I choose? And with which options?

Thank you!

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So, what would be your bibliographic recommendations for this matter? And for data analysis? (I'm an R based user, but wouldn't mind changing).

PS: With bibliography I don't refer to concrete scientific papers, but to broader academical sources, i.e., textbooks, manuals, etc.

Thanks a lot!!! :)

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Problems with citing bibliography in Overleaf

I'm having problems referencing some works in LaTeX using the biblatex package. I cannot seem to find what I am doing wrong. The reference just shows up as a bolded version of the cite label.

Here is my document;

\documentclass[a4,11pt]{report}

\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\graphicspath{{Figures/}}
\usepackage[style=authoryear-ibid,backend=biber]{biblatex}
\addbibresource{./citations.bib}

\usepackage{caption}
\usepackage{subcaption}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\usepackage[a4paper, portrait, margin=2cm]{geometry}

% Subtract 1 from counters that are used
\renewcommand{\thesection}{\thechapter.\number\numexpr\value{section}-1\relax}
%\renewcommand{\thesubsection}{\thesection.\number\numexpr\value{subsection}-1\relax}
\renewcommand{\thesubsubsection}{\thesubsection.\number\numexpr\value{subsubsection}-1\relax}
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
\setcounter{chapter}{1}% Not using chapters, but they're used in the counters

\pagestyle{fancy}
\fancyhead{}
\fancyfoot{}
\fancyfoot[LE,RO]{\thepage}
\fancyfoot[LO,CE]{\thechapter}
\fancyfoot[CO,RE]{author}
\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0.3pt}
\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0.3pt}


\begin{document}

The concept of optimal structures had been explored by Anthony Michell in his seminal paper \cite{m.c.e_lviii._2010} which builds upon the concepts identified in Maxwell’s theorem. Using the virtual work principle and deformation of members, a number of frame geometries, often referred to as β€˜Michell Trusses’, comprising of orthogonal members were found.\\

\end{dcoument}

The entry in my citations.bib file for the reference above is;

@article{m.c.e_lviii._2010,
	title = {LVIII. The limits of economy of material in frame-structures},
	copyright = {Copyright Taylor \& Francis Group, LLC},
	url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14786440409463229},
	doi = {10.1080/14786440409463229},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2021-04-20},
	journal = {The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science},
	author = {M.C.E, A. G. M. Michell},
	month = jun,
	year = {2010},
}

This is what the output looks like: https://imgur.com/a/TW3z4GR

If anyone can point out what I am doing wrong, it'll be great. Thanks!

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Question-Bibliography- I made my bib on some chapters of a book and next to the year that appears next to the source on the bibliograpy appears a letter. Do anyone knows how to take that out?

take for example:

Ministerio de Vivienda, Construccion y Saneamiento. (2006a). Norma E.020 Cargas.Re-glamento Nacional de edificaciones.

Ministerio de Vivienda, Construccion y Saneamiento. (2006b). Norma E.030 Dise Μƒno sis-morresistente.Reglamento Nacional de edificaciones.

Ministerio de Vivienda, Construccion y Saneamiento. (2006c). Norma E.060 Concretoarmado.Reglamento Nacional de edificaciones
Thanks to everyone in advance

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About to finish McCarthy’s entire bibliography of novels and for my reread I’m planning on reading them in fictional chronological order. It gets a little muddy because so many of his stories take place in not very specific time periods and close to one another. Anyone feel like helping me out?

Here’s what I have for the order:

  1. Blood Meridian: 1849-1850

  2. Outer Dark: ~1899/1900

  3. Child of God: Early to mid 1930’s

  4. The Orchard Keeper: Mid to late 1930’s

  5. The Crossing: Early 1940’s

  6. All the Pretty Horses: Late 1940’s

  7. Cities of the Plain: 1952

  8. Suttree: 1950’s

  9. No Country For Old Men: 1980

  10. The Road: Future

I’m having a lot of trouble finding rough a estimate for when The Orchard Keeper takes place. I can only find the phrase β€œbetween the wars” which I assume means the World Wars. I also once found a very detailed timeline for Suttree but now I can’t find it online. If anyone has it I’d really appreciate a link to it.

EDIT: Fixed the list based on comments.

EDIT II: I’m also gonna try to get my hands on The Gardener’s Son, The Counselor, and The Sunset Limited (though I’ve seen TC and TSL already) so if anyone knows a date or approximate date for those I’d be happy to add them to the list.

Also, again, would really love to see that Suttree timeline again if anyone else knows what I’m talking about. It was super thorough. If anyone has it please comment a link or DM me the file.

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Hey,

I've been looking through the documentation for the biblatex package, but I have not found a way to reference the way I want to. The way I want my referencing style to look like is this:

 

Footnotes

  1. Dijkstra, NJB 2019/253.

  2. Hugenholtz, AMI 2018, p. 243-244

 

Bibliography

Dijkstra, NJB 2019/253

S. Dijkstra, 'De rechter in politieke vertegewoordige organen. Tijd voor de duidelijke nee-stem', NJB 2019/253, afl. 5, p. 327-333.

 

Hugenholtz, AMI 2018, p. 243-244

P.B. Hugenholtz, 'De naburige rechten hebben hun tijd gehad', AMI 2018, afl. 6, p. 243-244.

 

 

This style is a mandatory style for the paper I'm writing and is described in De juridische Leidraad (see around page 18-20, it is in Dutch).

 

I've found out that I can use \footcite{} to get the required footnotes, but I'm not sure how I can get the bold lettered title above the reference list/bibliography or how to format these footnotes to only show the information as shown above (author, article or book, and page).

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It allows you to update your document semi-automatically: you do all the editing and all the corrections in your source (markdown) file, and pandoc takes care of the conversion to a text format that InDesign works with (.icml) while keeping all your footnotes, citations and your bibliography intact.

Workflow: Github: Zettlr to InDesign (md to icml)

Let me know if all of it makes sense (and feel free to improve the wiki page with your edit suggestions).

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[Article] Carol A. Kidron, Memory and Christina Simko, Collective Memory (Oxford Bibliographies)

Hi,

Does someone have an access to Oxford Bibliographies for those two articles?

Carol A. Kidron, "Memory", Oxford Bibliographies, 2016
DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780199766567-0155
URL: https://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199766567/obo-9780199766567-0155.xml#

Christina Simko, "Collective Memory", Oxford Bibliographies, 2020 [2019]
DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780199756384-0215
URL: https://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199756384/obo-9780199756384-0215.xml

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I am applying to a Fulbright scholarship (from Brazil) and they ask for a Bibliography as a separate text. Being from STEM, this sounds a bit odd, since by default I would cite my sources automatically after the text. This makes me wonder if, instead, they expect something else...

Is it really just a list of citations? Any insight would help! Thanks

edit: its the study plan bibliography

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I'm coming up to the couple of days before my project paper is due, and can't work out how to make a reference list and bibliography as defined within the harvard style: https://intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/as/libraryservices/library/referencing/icite/harvard/referencelist.aspx

I'm using biber for the backend, I'd like it to be automatic if possible so I don't need to track my used & unused resources. So far i've tried doing:

\printbibliography[title={References}] 
\pagebreak
\nocite{*}
\printbibliography[title={Bibliography}]

**EDIT**

I forgot to say the result of the above, the result is 2 lists of references that are exactly the same, although the \nocite is done after the first printing.

**END**

If anyone has some suggesttions or a link to answer this that would be amazing!

Thanks for your help!

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If you need to reference stuff in a paper with a proper bibliography then you need to know about Zotero

Im just now realizing that a lot of people don't know about this tool. I learned of it a few years ago though the first year eng meme class that is 1050, but it is honeslty the most useful thing I've ever learned in a uni class I think. Im not sure how many people will find this useful, but even if it helps just 1 person then I think this post will be worth it!

Zotero is a refrence tool that has 2 parts. The main part is a download that should auto install a new tab in Word (if it doesn't due to computer settings you can go to the pc files and put the file into the word startup folder). This tab allows you to add citations in text, and then also add an automatically updating bibliography. You can choose the type of refrence style, and zotero will automatically update the order and numbers (of they need to be listed in order of appearance in the text) and insert thatever is needed for that specific refrence style.

The second part is a browser extension that is also a thing you install, and it adds a button in the top right corner of the browser (I use chrome). This button needs the zotero desktop icon to be opened, but when you click on it it will automatically save all the information regarding the current resource you're using on the tab. Pdfs, journals, web articles, everything. Then it saves all these options in the opened icon display. This means that when you use the word add on mentioned above, it will automatically insert all relevant information, and keep everything available even if its not needed for that style just in case you chance the refrence style.

I hope this explanation isnt too confusing, but zotero has honestly been the ultimate time saver for me. No more stress around looking online for random refrence tools, searching the web page for the information I need, nothing. Even better is that when I decide to reshuffle my paragraph order at the end while proof reading it will automatically change the refrence numbers so that they're still in the order that they appear. Or when I take a week between sessions of working on a thing, I can go back to the page using the desktop icon thing and not have to just keep my 8 relevant tabs open for that entire week.

I hope that if anyone hates citing things in papers then they can check this out. Because I wish I had known about this earlier!

Edit: u/Andmc88 mentioned that Zotero sometimes messes up italicized characters, so if you choose to check it out just be sure to proofread!

Also check o

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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bst file in format: Authors, title, journal, vol, page (year) [arXiv] for bibliography

Hi all

I am writing some notes. So for its references it need a custom bst file for references in format as:

Authors, Title, Journal, Volume, Page (year) [arXiv]

  • Authors- If there is more than 7 or 9 authors then print as First Name, Last Name et al.,
  • Journal- in Italic with their standard abbreviations.
  • Volume- in bold
  • arxiv- arXiv number ie arXiv:1911.12321 with hyperlink.

And numbering for references throuthout text I want in an unsrt way (first cited ref will get 1st number and so on).

I request please share bst file in the above format.

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