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Re: [vox-tech] BibTex related question [solved]
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Re: [vox-tech] BibTex related question [solved]


thanks for the info on natbib !! 

that was exactly what i needed!


On Sunday 20 March 2005 02:37 pm, Aaron A. King wrote:
> Dylan,
> 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
> \usepackage[round]{natbib}
> 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 seen....
> Cheers,
> Aaron
> 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?

Dylan Beaudette
Soils and Biogeochemistry Graduate Group
University of California at Davis
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