Bibliography Style Chicago Bibtex Files

Biblatex provides several standard citations styles, if no citation style is set LaTeX uses the one that matches the bibliography style. Below you can see an example:

\documentclass{article}\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}\usepackage[english]{babel}   \usepackage[ backend=biber, style=alphabetic, citestyle=authoryear ]{biblatex}   \addbibresource{sample.bib}%Imports bibliography file   \begin{document}\section{First section}   This document is an example, two items are cited: \textit{The \LaTeX\ Companion} book is \cite{latexcompanion}, and Einstein's journal paper is \cite{einstein}.   \medskip   \printbibliography\end{document}

The parameter passed to the command that imports biblatex is the one that sets the citation style, in this case authoryear. The standard citation styles are:

  • Implements a numeric citation scheme intended for in-text citations. Should be employed in conjunction with the numeric bibliography style.
  • Compact variant of the mode. Citations like [1, 2, 3] are replaced by [1-3].
  • Verbose variant of the style. Instead of [2, 5, 7] will print [2];[5];[7].
  • Alphabetic citation scheme similar to the standard in style bibtex. To be used in conjunction with the alphabetic bibliography style.
  • Verbose version of the style. Instead of [Doe98, Doe95, Farn2004] will print [Doe98];[Doe95];[Farn2004].
  • Implements the author-year citation scheme. To be used in conjunction with the author-year bibliography style.
  • Compact variant of the style. Prints the author only once if subsequent references passed to a single citation command share the same author. Prints Doe 1992, 1995 instead of Doe 1992, Doe 1995.
  • A variant of the intended for footnote citations. Replaces repeated citations by the abbreviation ibidem.
  • A style combining the features of and
  • Implements the author-title scheme. Intended for citations given in footnotes.
  • Compact variant of . Instead of Doe, First title; Doe, Second title this will print Doe, First title, Second title.
  • A variant of the intended for footnote citations. Replaces repeated citations by the abbreviation ibidem.
  • A style combining and .
  • Variant of that only prints the title if the bibliography contains more than one work of the respective author/editor.
  • Style combining and .
  • Style combining and .
  • Citation style that prints a full citation when the entry is cited for the first time and a short version afterwards.
  • Citation style that goes with the bibliography style by the same name. Loads the style.

There are other non-standard citation styles popular in different journals and thesis

  • In Sciences:
    • American Chemical Society (ACS) style
    • American Institute of Physics (AIP) style
    • American Mathematical Society (AMS) style
    • Vancouver system
    • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) style
    • Nature style
    • Science style
  • In Humanities:
    • Chicago Style
    • Harvard referencing style
    • MLA style
  • In Socials:
    • American Psychological Association (APA) style
Citation style stylename
ACS
AIP (*)
Nature
Science
IEEE
Chicago
MLA
APA

(*) this is a new style, see http://ctan.org/pkg/biblatex-phys

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[edit] Further reading

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BibTeX

  • BibTeX.org [HTML web site]
    The main web site for BibTeX, this page contains guides and other information about getting BibTeX to work for you. See the Links page to look at some of the tools available for using BibTeX. This also contains information about non-BibTeX citation tools.
  • jurabib: Extended BibTeX Citation Support for the Humanities and Legal Texts (LaTeX package)
    Originally adapted for legal cases, jurabib is an alternative to natbib that raises the functionality of citing sources using BibTeX. This package enables automated citation with BibTeX for legal studies and the humanities. In addition, the package provides commands for specifying editors in a commentary in a convenient way. Simplified formatting of the citation as well as the bibliography entry is also provided. It is possible to display the (short) title of a work only if an authors is cited with multiple works. Giving a full citation in the text, conforming to the bibliography entry, is supported. Several options are provided which might be of special interest for those outside legal studies—for instance, displaying multiple full citations. In addition, the format of last names and first names of authors may be changed easily. Cross references to other footnotes are possible. Language dependent handling of bibliography entries is possible by the special language field.
  • Tame the BeaST [pdf, CTAN]
    This guide is hard, but useful. If you're looking to do anything incredibly complicated with BibTeX, use special characters, or need to hack more functionality, look no further. This 48-page tutorial presents and explains, as clearly and exhaustively as possible, what BibTEX can do.

natbib

  • natbib Guide [pdf, CTAN]
    Originally implemented only for the natural sciences (hence the document title), this package builds more functionality into your citations and is a good choice for using styles. "The natbib package is a reimplementation of the LATEX \cite command, to work with both author{year and numerical citations. It is compatible with the standard bibliographic style les, such as plain.bst, as well as with those for harvard, apalike, chicago, astron, authordate, and of course natbib."
  • natbib: Flexible Bibliography Support (LaTeX package)
    May be installed within specific software pieces or separately; see documentation. The bundle provides a package that implements both author-year and numbered references, as well as much detailed of support for other bibliography use. Also Provided are versions of the standard BibTeX styles that are compatible with natbib—plainnat, unsrtnat, abbrnat. The bibliography styles produced by custom-bib are designed from the start to be compatible with natbib.
  • Reference Sheet for natbib Usage
    If you decide natbib is for you, this reference sheet provides essential reference in just over five full pages. "The natbib package is a reimplementation of the LATEX \cite command, to work with both author-year and numerical citations. It is compatible with the standard bibliographic style les, such as plain.bst, as well as with those for harvard, apalike, chicago, astron, authordate, and of course natbib."

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