[texhax] Bibtex questions
fraukevj at gmail.com
Thu Feb 8 21:27:39 CET 2007
Thanks for this very useful link! makebst worked like a charm.
But I have another question: some of the main journals in my field require
that very awkward way of citing that puts references in footnotes, with
"ibid." if the same work was cited in the immediately preceding footnote,
and otherwise a short form or "op. cit.". Leaving all questions of
dodo-birds aside, does anybody know if any package exists for this? I've
been unable to find anything on CTAN, but maybe I've missed something.
On 2/7/07, Tom Schneider <toms at ncifcrf.gov> wrote:
> > My particular question is about Bibtex style files. I have not been
> > able to find a style file that suits my discipline (the format required
> > in our premiere journal: Administrative Science Quarterly). I would
> > like to create a .bst file that would generate a bibliography consistent
> > with our format. But, while I could do this myself, the learning curve
> > is probably too steep for my tolerance level.
> While you can learn to write the .bst, it is probably sufficient to
> use the makebst program. I have a link from my page
> to makebst:
> MakeBst is a program for automatically making bst files.
> If you have LaTeX2e (which you should!) then to run the program just
> tex makebst
> It's a pain if you don't get it right because one has to do it all
> over again (as far as I know), but it can generate a bst for you.
> Dr. Thomas D. Schneider
> National Institutes of Health
> National Cancer Institute
> Center for Cancer Research Nanobiology Program
> Molecular Information Theory Group
> Frederick, Maryland 21702-1201
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