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---- +====== Multiple citations ====== 
-title: Multiple citations +
-category: bibliographies +
-tags: citations +
-permalink: /FAQ-mcite +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
 A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to "collapse" a group of A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to "collapse" a 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 "collapsed" references
 with "ordinary" ones, as in with "ordinary" ones, 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 "4" will refer to paper 0, "7" will 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 "11" will 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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