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Re: [vox-tech] BibTex related question


I find that the natbib package works very well.  It's part of the tetex 
distribution, for example.  There are options for controlling the form of the 
citation.  Thus
does what you want.

Also, check out jabref (jabref.sourceforge.net).  Very cool java application 
for managing a bibliography database.  It's native tongue is bibtex, but it 
can handle imports from many many other common formats.  The best I've 



On Sunday 20 March 2005 3:00 pm, Dylan Beaudette wrote:

> Just started using bibtex to help with the organization of citations in 
> papers and the like... i am currently using the bibtex style called 
> "named" with the command:
> \bibliographystyle{named}
> ... as suggested on this website:
> http://netra.wustl.edu/links/latex/latex.html
> my intent was to get citations that look like (author, year) ... the 
> "named" style was the closest that I could get, however the citations 
> end up looking like [author, year] ...
> any ideas on how to get the more traditional (author, year) style?
> thanks!
> PS: for anyone using macos X there is a great application called 
> "Bibdesk" which can help manage your .bib file. Anyone know of a 
> similar tool for Linux?

Aaron A. King
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of Tennessee
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