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Creating a bibliography is made easy in LaTeX through the use of packages such as bibtex, biber, natbib and biblatex which allow the automatic generation of the reference list in the chosen style (e.g. in that required by the academic journal you’re submitting your article to). Here we present some example documents to help you see how to set up a bibliography in LaTeX to achieve the reference and citation style required.
Bibliography - Chicago Author-Date, DOI suppressed
Print only your Bibliography in the Chicago Author-Date format. Simply
change the line
to the name of your BibTeX or BibLaTeX file and
upload your .bib file to the project.
Blue Hyperlinks in Bibliography
Hebrew / English Chicago Style History Paper, with the DOI fields suppressed in the bibliography, based on instructions from here, here and here.
(Unofficial) Thesis Template for Imperial College London
An “unofficial”, not-so-plain thesis template for Imperial College London that meets the list of submission requirements. Each chapter has its own reference section, which is populated exclusively with the citations from that chapter.
Per-chapter bibliographies with chapterbib
This is not a full thesis template! It only demonstrates how to create per-chapter references using the chapterbib package with BibTeX. (Do not use with BibLaTeX!)
LianTze Lim (Overleaf)
Multiple bibliographies with bibunits
This example shows how to create multiple bibliographies/reference lists in the same document, potentially from different .bib files, using the bibunits package.
For more information, see the bibunits documentation.
Generate IEEE Styled Bibliography for all kinds of items
This is a skeleton file to create IEEE style Bibliography list. There is a guide added "create-manual-bib-entry.txt" to manually create popular types of references such as PhD thesis, website, unpublished work etc.
Modified by K. Reaz( email@example.com)