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    1. How can I use BibTeX to cite a web page? - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange

      A simple way of doing it in BibTeX is with a @misc entry: @misc{WinNT, title = {{MS Windows NT} Kernel Description}, howpublished = {\url{http://web.archive.org/web/20080207010024/http://www.808multimedia.com/winnt/kernel.htm}...

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    2. Citing and referencing in LaTeX | 2. BibTeX files generated from databases and reference management software

      • More flexible citing and referencing may be achieved by using other packages such as natbib (see later) or Biblatex. · To generate the reference list in the specified output style - insert the
      • · LaTeX special characters (e.g. $ ... ,) present in a BibTeX file can create problems during typesetting.

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    3. Bibliography management with bibtex - ShareLaTeX, Online LaTeX Editor

      • BibTeX is a widely used bibliography management tool in LaTeX, with BibTeX the bibliography entries are kept in a separate file and then imported into the main document. Once the external bibliography file is imported, the command \cite is used just as in the introductory example.

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    4. LaTeX/Bibliography Management - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

      For any academic/research writing, incorporating references into a document is an important task. Fortunately, LaTeX has a variety of features that make dealing with references much simpler, including built-in support for citing references.

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    5. Bibliography in LaTeX with Bibtex/Biblatex

      • Autogenerate footnotes in $\LaTeX$ using BibLaTeX. The abilities of BibTeX are limited to basic styles as depicted in the examples shown above. Sometimes it is necessary to cite all literature in footnotes and maintaining all of them by hand can be a frustrating task.

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    6. sorting - LaTeX/BibTex not arranging citations by order of appearance - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange

      • I am having an issue with LaTex/Bibtex presenting my citations in order of appearance.
      • I am using the package, cite (mainly for doing references like [1-3,6,9]). I have a pretty standard looking document.

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    7. bibtex - How do I cite the title of an article in LaTeX? - Stack Overflow

      @Norman, and the various commenters, are correct in that it would be difficult to do this with bibtex and other tools. But, there is an alternative. Biblatex does allow this through the command \citetitle.

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    8. bibtex - How to Cite software in LaTeX - Super User

      This is driven by the format of the citation required by the institution or journal. For example, the APA has guidelines for computer software references and, if these are to be followed, then the output from LaTeX needs to produce the appropriate format.

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    9. bibtex - How do I cite author in LaTeX? - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange

      The correct compilation cycle for the document is then as follows: Latex doc bibtex doc latex doc latex doc. The first compilation generates the list of cited works for BibTeX. Then BibTeX uses that information to generate a .bbl file from...

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    10. LaTeX: Bibliographies and Citation | Then why BiBTeX ?!

      • When you do this BibTeX finds all the papers you have cited using the \cite{...} command in your LaTeX document and makes an auxiliary file with the extension .bbl which contains the bibliography information the papers cited in your document, and numbers them all in order of appearance.

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