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Choosing a BibTeX Style

The great feature of BibTeX is that it takes a standardized database of books, articles, and other bibliographic entries and puts it in a customized format. A BibTeX style can change how a work is cited and how the bibliography is formatted. For more about using BibTeX than is described here, read our BibTeX documentation.

How to Use a Specific Style

  1. Choose your BibTeX style from the list below. Place it in the same folder as your LaTeX document.
  2. Change the \bibliographystyle line of your LaTeX document to reflect the style you chose. Remember to remove the file extension. For example, if you wanted to use the American Anthropologist style, \bibliographystyle{ filename} would become \bibliographystyle{humannat}.
  3. Many BibTeX styles require the inclusion of a package at the top of the document. The comments about a style will tell you exactly how to include its package. To learn more about your specific style, open up the .bst in your LaTeX editor or read the readme file, if available.
  4. Anytime you want to cite a document, type \cite[ pagenumber]{ citekey}. The square brackets and page number are optional. Some BibTeX styles use non-standard citations. Such styles include citation directions within the .bst itself or an included readme file.
  5. You will need to typeset your document four times, first LaTeX, BibTeX, LaTeX, and then LaTeX again. Your bibliography will now appear in the style of your choice and your citations will be correctly formatted. If question marks appear where citations should, that means you need to LaTeX your document once more. If the citations are entirely missing, you have likely forgotten to BibTeX your document.
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The Seven Standard Styles

Every computer with LaTeX comes with the following seven standard styles. While they work, we recommend the natbib interpretations below. NatBib is a citation package that standardizes citation commands across many different bibliography styles, so you can switch from using plain.bst to acm.bst without having to change your in-text citations.

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Styles Recommended by Reed

The following two styles were created or modified by Reed to match the following style manuals as closely as possible. Right-click (Control-Click on a Mac) on the linked name to download the style you want.

APA Style (American Psychology Association)
This is a custom style created by Ben Salzberg to duplicate the APA style as closely as possible. Make sure to include natbib as a package or it won't work. The following line should appear in the preamble: \usepackage{natbib}. 
Modern Language Associate Style (MLA)

This is a custom style created by Ben Salzberg to duplicate the Modern Language Associate style manual (6th Edition) as closely as possible. Make sure to include natbib as a package or it won't work. The following line should appear in the preamble: \usepackage{natbib}. MLA asks for citations of the form (LastName PageNumber), which is unsupported by Natbib's citation styles. We have asked Dr. Patrick Daly to provide support for these type of parenthetical citations in his next revision of natbib. In the meantime, citations of the following form will provide the correct citation:

(\citeauthor*{citekey} pagenumber)

 


Natbib Standard Styles

plainnat.bst


abbrvnat.bst


unsrtnat.bst

(Items in bibliography sorted in order cited)

 

Citation Commands Within Natbib

Author Name Styles look like this:

Numerical Styles look like this:

For additional modifications not covered above, this is a great NatBib reference sheet put out by a physical science professor in France.

And this one too! - This reference sheet includes instructions on how to change (Jones 1990, 341) to (Jones 1990: 341) [or (Jones, 1990: 341) to (Jones 1990: 341)] using the \setcitestyle command

You will see that your urls are formatted in typewritter font. If you want to change the font of your urls, add the command \urlstyle{same} to your preamble to make them the same font as the body of your paper. 

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Biblatex-Chicago Style

To use biblatex-Chicago, you need to change the backend from "bibtex" to "biber." To do this, pull up the preferences window (TeXShop/Preferences... or "⌘,"). Go to the "Engine" tab and change the entry in the BibTeX Engine field to "biber." This does require a somewhat new-ish version of tex, so if it's not working and you have an old version, you may need to download a new one.

Chicago A (footnotes)

To use Chicago style citations, comment out or remove the following line from the preamble:
\usepackage{natbib}

To use Chicago A (footnote style citations), add these lines to the preamble (where "thesis" should be changed to the title of your .bib file):
\usepackage{biblatex-chicago}
\bibliography{thesis}

Then go to the end of the .tex file and remove the following lines:
\bibliographystyle{APA/apa-good}
\bibliography{thesis}

And replace them with this line:
\printbibliography[heading=bibintoc]

Chicago B (parenthetical in-line citations)

To use Chicago style citations, comment out or remove the following line from the preamble:
\usepackage{natbib}

To use Chicago B (parenthetical in-line citations), add these lines to the preamble (where "thesis" should be changed to the title of your .bib file):
\usepackage[authordate,autocite=inline,backend=biber, natbib]{biblatex-chicago}
\bibliography{thesis}

Then go to the end of the .tex file and remove the following lines:
\bibliographystyle{APA/apa-good}
\bibliography{thesis}

And replace them with this line:
\printbibliography[heading=bibintoc]

In order to have the author and year all in parenthesis, use \autocite for in-text citation. If you want only the year in parenthesis, use \citet instead. 

Explore the Biblatex-Chicago readme on CTAN to find customizations.

Styles Available at CTAN.org

CTAN.org is the official LaTeX archive containing both the official LaTeX packages and items contributed by LaTeX users. Many of these BibTeX styles have either been created by journal editors or publishers for their authors or by users creating packages to fulfill a personal need. One problem with the user-contributed styles is that they may not match the official style they claim to implement exactly. However, the journal-specific styles will exactly match the journal's house style, as they were designed by the journals. Therefore, we recommend testing any non-journal style by using it with a large BibTeX database and compare the resulting bibliography to the official style.

Discipline Specific Listings of BibTeX Journal Styles

  • Art
  • Anthropology
    • Human Nature (humannat.bst)
    • American Anthropologist (humannat.bst)
    • Behavior and Brain Sciences (bbs.bst)
  • Biology
    • American Journal of Human Genetics (ajhg.bst)
    • American Medical Association Journals (JAMA, Cancer, etc.) (ama.bst)
    • Applied Bioinformatics (openmind.bst, include openmind package)
    • Applied Bionics and Biomechanics (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Applied Biotechnology, Food Science and Policy (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Applied Environmental Science and Public Health (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Applied Nanoscience (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Applied Population and Policy (openmind.bst, include openmind)
    • Behavior and Brain Sciences (bbs.bst)
    • Bioinformatics (bioinformatics.bst, include bioinformatics package)
    • Council of Biology Editors (includes such journals as American Naturalist, Evolution, etc) (cbe.bst)
    • Cell (cell.bst)
    • Development (development.bst)
    • Ecology (ecology.bst, include natbib, emboj, floatfig packages)
    • Human Biology (humanbio.bst)
    • Human Mutation (humanmutation.bst, include humanmutation package)
    • Journal of Bacteriology (jbact.bst)
    • Journal of Molecular Biology (jmb.bst)
    • Journal of Neuroscience (namedplus.sty, include namedplus package)
    • Journal of Super Computing (jsupercomp,include jsupercomp package)
    • Journal of Theoretical Biology (jtb.bst and newjtb.bst)
    • Methods in Enzymology (methenz.bst)
    • Molecular Cell Biology (molcellbiol, include molcellbiol package)
    • National Cancer Institute (nci.bst, include nci and \usepackage[normalem]{ulem})
    • Nature (nature.bst, include nature, citesuppernumber, naturefem packages)
    • Neuron (neuron.bst)
    • Nucleic Acid Research (nar.bst)
    • PLoS: Public Library of Science Journals (plos.bst, include natbib package)
    • Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (pnas.bst)
    • Proteins (proteins.bst, include proteins, citesupernumber packages)
    • Science (science.bst, scicite.sty)
  • Chemistry
    • American Chemical Society Journals (achemso.bst, include achemso package)
    • Journal of Computation Chemistry (jcc.bst)
    • Journal of Physical Chemistry (jpc.bst)
    • Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (pccp.bst)
    • Reviews in Computational Chemistry (revcompchem.bst)
  • Chinese
  • Classics
  • Dance
  • Economics
    • American Economic Review (aer.bst, include harvard, aer, aertt, and ulem packages)
    • Canadian Journal of Economics (cje.bst, include cje package)
    • Econometrica (econometrica.bst, include harvard package)
    • Economic Theory (et.bst, include et package)
    • Journal of Economics and Business (JEB.bst, include JEB, harvard, endnotes, caption2 packages)
    • Journal of Finance (jf.bst, include harvard package)
    • Journal of Investing (JOI.bst, include JOI, harvard, endnotes, caption2 packages)
    • Macroeconomic Dynamics (et.bst, include et package)
    • Review of Financial Studies (rfs.bst)
  • English and Creative Writing
  • French - translations of standard styles
    • Abbreviated (abbrv-fr.bst)
    • Alphabetical (alpha-fr.bst)
    • Plain (plain-fr.bst)
    • Unsorted (unsrt-fr.bst)
  • German
    • DIN 1505 Standard aka Author-Year Style
      • Abbreviated (abbrvdin.bst)
      • Alphabetical (alphadin.bst)
      • Nat Bib for German (natdin.bst)
      • Plain (plaindin.bst)
      • Unsorted (unsrtdin.bst)
    • Germbib Package
      • Abbreviated (gerabbrv.bst)
      • Alphabetical (geralpha.bst)
      • Apalike (gerapali.bst)
      • Plain (gerplain.bst)
      • Unsorted (gerunsrt.bst)
  • History
  • Linguistics
    • CSLI (cslibib.bst)
    • Language (laslike.bst)
    • Lingua (lingua.bst)
    • Linguistic Society of America style sheet (lsalike.bst)
    • Natural Language Semantics (nals.bst)
  • Mathematics
    • Association for Computing Machinery (acm.bst)
    • Association for Computing Machinery Transactions (acmtrans.bst)
    • American Mathematical Society
      • alphabetical (amsalpha.bst)
      • plain (amsplain.bst)
    • American Statistical Association Journals (asa.bst, include \bibpunct{(}{)}{;}{a}{}{,} in the preamble)
      • American Statistician
      • Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics
      • Journal of the American Statistical Association
      • Journal of Business and Economic Statistics
      • Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics
      • Technometrics
    • Biometrika (biometrika.bst)
    • Computer Journal (cj.bst)
    • Design Computing Unit, University of Sydney (dcu.bst)
    • IEEE Transactions (ieeetr.bst)
    • Institute of Mathematical Statistics Journals (ims.bst)
      • Annals of Applied Probability
      • Annals of Probability
      • Annals of Statistics
    • Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (rss.bst)
    • SIAM
    • Numerical Algorithms (numalg.bst)
    • American Association for Artificial Intelligence (aaai.bst)
  • Music
  • Philosophy
    • American Association for Artificial Intelligence (aaai.bst)
  • Physics
    • American Association for Artificial Intelligence (aaai.bst)
    • American Institute of Physics Journal (phaip.bst)
    • Astronomy (astron.bst)
    • Computer Physics Communications (phcpc.bst)
    • International Atomic Energy Agency Conferences (phiaea.bst)
    • IEEE with annotations(IEEEannot.bst)
    • IEEE Transactions (ieeetr.bst)
    • Journal of Computational Physics (phjcp.bst)
    • Journal of Quality Technology (jqt1999.bst)
    • Nuclear Fusion
    • Nuclear Fusion Letters
    • Optical Society of America (osa.bst)
    • Physics of Fluids
    • Reviews of Modern Physics (amsrmp.bst)
    • Physical Review (covers A, B, C, D, E, Special Topics, Focus, and Letters) (apsrev.bst)
    • Translate Physics Journals Initials into Full Names
  • Political Science
    • American Political Science Review (apsr-new.bst)
  • Psychology (various APA styles) (We recommend apa-good)
    • apalike
    • apa-good
    • apalike2
    • newapa
    • phapalik
    • apasoft
    • apacite
  • Religion
  • Russian (supporting Russian and Ukrainian)
    • GOST 7.1 1984
      • Sorted (gost71s.bst)
      • Unsorted (gost71u.bst)
    • GOST 7.80 2000
      • Sorted (gost780s.bst)
      • Unsorted (gost780u.bst)
  • Spanish
  • Sociology
    • American Journal of Sociology (ajs.bst)
    • American Sociological Review (asr.bst)
  • Theatre
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Biblatex style guide: Information about biblatex styles.

Biblatex Default Styles

Biblatex offers a variety of default styles and can replace practically every existing BibTeX-related LaTeX-package. This style guide gives a quick overview over the default styles in biblatex and may ease your decision. Note that there are five general citation styles with several sub-styles that differ only in detail and that would need a longer and more complex example document to show the differences. Therefore, they will be only described shortly.

To select a style put it into the LaTeX preamble and the biblatex options:

\usepackage[...,style=YourDesiredStyle]{biblatex}

(for the other options indicated in the "..." read this page)

Note that biblatex gives you the option of selecting different styles for the citations and for the bibliography. You can load them like this:

\usepackage[...,bibstyle=YourDesiredBibliographyStyle,citestyle=YourDesiredCitationStyle]{biblatex}

Note that the following references are all in German. The text is English. Hope you do not mind. The first item is a book, the second an article (from a journal) and the third a chapter in a collection.

Note: The following LyX example files use a non-available document class (bblmemoir). To use them, switch the document class to Book (memoir) (or simply article - missing the chapter environment) and use the biblatex.module as explained on this page.
Also make sure that the BibTeX database is either in your TEXMF tree or that the paths of the \addbibresource or \bibliography preamble command are absolute and typo free.
The language encoding in the example files is set to Unicode (ucs-extended)(utf8x), not utf8, so it may give error �incompatible package 'ucs' � upon typesetting. Set language to utf8.
The bibliography processor is set to �Default� and may not generate a bibliography, instead only print the bibtexkey at the intext link. Setting bibliography processor to biber has been found to solve this.

Citation style: numeric

Writing academic papers sometimes can be quite boring. Thanks to Umberto Eco, there is at least one good book on writing a thesis [1]. Organizing your references with your computer can make life a lot more simple, Markus Krajewski has written about this [2]. And if you decide on writing a paper, then please do not make it too boring, as Michael Stitzel suggests [3]! Now, to read any of these references, you will need to learn German first. . .

References

[1] Umberto Eco. Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag, 2003.

[2] Markus Krajewski. �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4 (2001). Pp. 143�148.

[3] Michael Stitzel. �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999. Pp. 140�147.

numeric-comp

This is a compact variant of numeric and prints instead of �[3, 1, 5, 7, 2, 8]� something like �[1-3, 5, 7, 8]� if there are several references directly following each other.

numeric-verb

This is a verbose variant of numeric and prints instead of �[3, 1, 7]� somethinkg like �[3]; [1]; [7]� if there are several references directly following each other.

Citation style: alphabetic

Writing academic papers sometimes can be quite boring. Thanks to Umberto Eco, there is at least one good book on writing a thesis [Eco03]. Organizing your references with your computer can make life a lot more simple, Markus Krajewski has written about this [Kra01]. And if you decide on writing a paper, then please do not make it too boring, as Michael Stitzel suggests [Sti99]! Now, to read any of these references, you will need to learn German first. . .

References

[Eco03] Umberto Eco. Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag, 2003.

[Kra01] Markus Krajewski. �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4 (2001). Pp. 143�148.

[Sti99] Michael Stitzel. �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999. Pp. 140�147.

alphabetic-verb

This is a verbose variant of alphabetic and prints instead of �[Eco03; Kra01; Sti99]� somethinkg like �[Eco03]; [Kra01]; [Sti99]� if there are several references directly following each other.

Citation style: authoryear

Writing academic papers sometimes can be quite boring. Thanks to Umberto Eco, there is at least one good book on writing a thesis (Eco 2003). Organizing your references with your computer can make life a lot more simple, Markus Krajewski has written about this (Krajewski 2001). And if you decide on writing a paper, then please do not make it too boring, as Michael Stitel suggests (Stitzel 1999)! Now, to read any of these references, you will need to learn German first. . .

References

Eco, Umberto (2003). Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag.

Krajewski, Markus (2001). �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4. Pp. 143�148.

Stitzel, Michael (1999). �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag. Pp. 140�147.

authoryear-comp

This is a compact variant of authoryear and prints instead of �Eco 2003b; Eco 1992; Krajewski 2001; Eco 2003a� something like �Eco 1992, 2003a,b; Krajewski 2001�.

Citation style: authortitle

This style is suited for citing in footnotes. To do so in LyX, put the each citation into a footnote. For compatibility reasons with the wiki, I did not put it in footnotes in the text (but in the example-files, I did). This style can make use of the shorttitle-field (which is new in biblatex).

Writing academic papers sometimes can be quite boring. Thanks to Umberto Eco, there is at least one good book on writing a thesis (Eco, Wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit). Organizing your references with your computer can make life a lot more simple, Markus Kra jewski has written about this (Krajewski, �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive�). And if you decide on writing a paper, then please do not make it too boring, as Michael Stitel suggests (Stitzel, �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�)! Now, to read any of these references, you will need to learn German first. . .

References

Eco, Umberto. Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag, 2003.

Krajewski, Markus. �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4 (2001). Pp. 143�148.

Stitzel, Michael. �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999. Pp. 140�147.

authortitle-comp

This is a compact variant of authortitle and prints instead of �Eco, First title; Eco, Second title� something like �Eco, First title, Second title�.

authortitle-ibid

This is an ibidem variant of authortitle and replaces immediately repeated citations by �ibidem� unless the citation is the first on on a page or double page spread.

authortitle-icomp

This is a compact and ibidem variant of authortitle and includes features of both variants.

authortitle-terse

This is a terse variant of authortitle and prints the title of an author only if the bibliography contains more than one work by that author.

authortitle-tcomp

This is a compact and terse variant of authortitle and includes features of both variants.

Citation style: verbose

This style is suited for citing in footnotes. To do so in LyX, put the each citation into a footnote. For compatibility reasons with the wiki, I did not put it in footnotes in the text (but in the example-files, I did). This style can make use of the shorttitle-field (which is new in biblatex).

Writing academic papers sometimes can be quite boring. Thanks to Umberto Eco, there is at least one good book on writing a thesis (Umberto Eco. Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag, 2003). Organizing your references with your computer can make life a lot more simple, Markus Krajewski has written about this (Markus Krajewski. � (Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4 (2001). Pp. 143�148). And if you decide on writing a paper, then please do not make it too boring, as Michael Stitel suggests (Michael Stitzel. �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999. Pp. 140�147)! Now, to read any of these references, you will need to learn German first. . .

References

Eco, Umberto. Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlu�arbeit schreibt. Doktor-, Diplom- und Magisterarbeit in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trans. by Walter Schick. 10th ed. Heidelberg: C.F. M�ller Verlag, 2003.

Krajewski, Markus. �(Un)Tiefen elektronischer Textarchive. Zu Status und Produktionsbedingungen digitaler Literatur�. In: KODIKAS/CODE. Ars Semeiotica 24.3�4 (2001). Pp. 143�148.

Stitzel, Michael. �Zur Kunst des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens - bitte mehr Leben und eine Prise Belletristik!�. In: Lust und Last des wissenschaftlichen Schreibens. Hochschullehrerinnen und Hochschullehrer geben Studierenden Tips. Ed. by Wolf-Dieter und Joachim Stary Narr. 1st ed. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999. Pp. 140�147.

verbose-ibid

This is an ibidem variant of verbose and replaces immediately repeated citations by �ibidem� unless the citation is the first on on a page or double page spread.

verbose-note

This is a note variant of the verbose style and prints a full citation the first time an author is cited and prints a short citation afterwards and points to the footnote with the full citation.

verbose-inote

This is an ibidem and note variant of the verbose style and includes features of both variants.

verbose-trad1

This is a trad1 variant of verbose and uses a traditional citation scheme. It prints a full citation the first time and a short citation afterwards and uses even more (scholarly) abbreviations �ibidem�, �idem�, �op. cit.� and �loc. cit.�. Apart from that, it can make use of the shorthand field (new in biblatex?); shorthands are introduced at the first cite (e.g. Kant: Kritik der reinen Vernunft, KrV) and used afterwards (e.g. Kant: KrV).

verbose-trad2

This is a trad2 variant of verbose and is similar to verbose-trad1. It uses less scholarly abbreviations and behaves more like verbose-ibid and verbose-inote.

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