Posts Tagged ‘BibTeX’

BibTeX is great in that it ensures all of the entries are output in the same style. The most noticeable formatting change is the Author field; John Smith becomes Smith, J for example. Useful, unless your author is not a normal name. Let’s say that you’ve got an article written by the Reserve Bank of […]

Often times you want to add entries to the references section of a LaTeX document without actualy citing them. The \nocite{reference} may be used to add the record to the references, but writing \nocite for each reference can get tedious. Luckily, adding \nocite{*} to the document will ensure that everything is added to the references.

In BibTeX there is no bibliography record type for website references. Luckily, the Misc bibliography record type has a howpublished attribute, which may be mixed with the \url command to allow website referencing. Below is an example of a document named urlbib which demonstrates this. File: urlbib.tex \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage{url} \begin{document} \section*{Testing the URL citations} Line […]