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---- +====== Multiple citations ======
-section: Bibliographies and citations +
-subsection: Creating citations +
-permalink: /FAQ-mcite.html +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
-# Multiple citations 
  
-A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to ''collapse'' a group of+A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to "collapsea group of
 related citations into a single entry in the bibliography.  BibTeX, related citations into a single entry in the bibliography.  BibTeX,
-by default, can't cope with this arrangement, but the [`mcite`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mcite) +by default, can't cope with this arrangement, but the [[ctanpkg>mcite|mcite]] 
-and [`mciteplus`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mcitepluspackages deal with the problem.+and [[ctanpkg>mciteplus|mciteplus]] packages deal with the problem.
  
-[`mcite`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mciteoverloads the `\citecommand to recognise a +[[ctanpkg>mcite|mcite]] overloads the ''\cite'' command to recognise a 
-`*at the start of a key, so that citations of the form +''*'' at the start of a key, so that citations of the form 
-```latex+ 
 +<code latex>
 \cite{paper1,*paper2} \cite{paper1,*paper2}
-```+</code>
 appear in the document as a single citation, and appear arranged appear in the document as a single citation, and appear arranged
 appropriately in the bibliography itself.  You're not limited to appropriately in the bibliography itself.  You're not limited to
-collapsing just two references.  You can mix ''collapsed'' references +collapsing just two references.  You can mix "collapsedreferences 
-with ''ordinary'' ones, as in +with "ordinaryones, as in 
-```latex+ 
 +<code latex>
 \cite{paper0,paper1,*paper2,paper3} \cite{paper0,paper1,*paper2,paper3}
-``` +</code> 
-Which will appear in the document as 3&nbsp;citations ''[4,7,11]'' +Which will appear in the document as 3 citations "[4,7,11]" 
-(say)&nbsp;&mdash; citation ''4'' will refer to paper&nbsp;0, ''7'' will refer to a +(say) --- citation "4will refer to paper 0, "7will refer to a 
-combined entry for paper&nbsp;1 and paper&nbsp;2, and ''11'' will refer to +combined entry for paper 1 and paper 2, and "11will refer to 
-paper&nbsp;3.+paper 3.
  
 You need to make a small change to the bibliography style You need to make a small change to the bibliography style
-(`bst`) file you use; the [`mcite`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mcitepackage+(''bst'') file you use; the [[ctanpkg>mcite|mcite]] package
 documentation tells you how to do that. documentation tells you how to do that.
  
-Most recent versions of [`REVTeX`](https://ctan.org/pkg/revtex4-1(version 4.1 and later), in +Most recent versions of [[ctanpkg>revtex4-1|REVTeX]] (version 4.1 and later), in 
-conjunction with recent versions of [`natbib`](https://ctan.org/pkg/natbib), already contain+conjunction with recent versions of [[ctanpkg>natbib|natbib]], already contain
 support for combined citations and so no longer even need support for combined citations and so no longer even need
-[`mciteplus`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mciteplus) (but [`mciteplus`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mciteplusis more general and will+[[ctanpkg>mciteplus|mciteplus](but [[ctanpkg>mciteplus|mciteplus]] is more general and will
 work with many other class and package combinations). work with many other class and package combinations).
  
-The [`mciteplus`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mcitepluspackage adresses many of the infelicites of +The [[ctanpkg>mciteplus|mciteplus]] package adresses many of the infelicites of 
-[`mcite`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mcite).  Again, ''ordinary'' `bstfiles will not +[[ctanpkg>mcite|mcite]].  Again, "ordinary''bst'' files will not 
-work with [`mciteplus`](https://ctan.org/pkg/mciteplus), but the package documentation explains+work with [[ctanpkg>mciteplus|mciteplus]], but the package documentation explains
 how to patch an existing BibTeX style. how to patch an existing BibTeX style.
  
-The [`collref`](https://ctan.org/pkg/collrefpackage takes a rather different approach to the+The [[ctanpkg>collref|collref]] package takes a rather different approach to the
 problem, and will work with most (if not all) BibTeX packages. problem, and will work with most (if not all) BibTeX packages.
-[`Collref`](https://ctan.org/pkg/Collrefspots common subsets of the references, so if it+[[ctanpkg>Collref|Collref]] spots common subsets of the references, so if it
 sees a sequence sees a sequence
-```latex+ 
 +<code latex>
 \cite{paper0,paper1,paper2,paper3} \cite{paper0,paper1,paper2,paper3}
 ... ...
-\cite{some_other_paper,paper1,paper2,and_another} +\cite{some//other//paper,paper1,paper2,and_another} 
-``` +</code> 
-it will collect `paper1and `paper2as a multiple reference.+it will collect ''paper1'' and ''paper2'' as a multiple reference. 
 + 
 + 
 +----- 
 + 
 +//Source:// [[faquk>FAQ-mcite|Multiple citations]]
  
 +{{htmlmetatags>metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,bibliographies)
 +metatag-og:title=(Multiple citations)
 +metatag-og:site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 +}}
  
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