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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/bibtopic

This is the README file for `bibtopic', a LaTeX package for including
several bibliographies in a document.  These bibliographies might be
considered to cover different topics (hence the name) or bibliographic
material (e.g., primary and secondary literature) and the like.

You'll have to create a separate .bib file for each of these

If you want to have per-chapter bibliographies in a document, have
a look at the packages `bibunits' or `chapterbib' instead.

The package is a modified version of Pierre Basso's `bibtopics.sty'
(ftp://ftp.univ-rennes1.fr/pub/gut/contrib/bibtopics/); it is
distibuted under the GNU General Public License (see bibtopic.ins for

To produce style + documentation, you need to download the files
`bibtopic.ins' and `bibtopic.dtx'. Run LaTeX on bibtopic.ins and
follow the instructions.

Happy TeXing!

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bibtopic – In­clude mul­ti­ple bib­li­ogra­phies in a doc­u­ment

The pack­age al­lows the user to in­clude sev­eral bib­li­ogra­phies cov­er­ing dif­fer­ent ‘top­ics’ or bib­li­o­graphic ma­te­rial into a doc­u­ment (e.g., one bib­li­og­ra­phy for pri­mary lit­er­a­ture and one for sec­ondary lit­er­a­ture). The pack­age pro­vides com­mands to in­clude ei­ther all ref­er­ences from a .bib file, only the ref­er­ences ac­tu­ally cited or those not cited in your doc­u­ment. The user has to con­struct a sep­a­rate .bib file for each bib­li­o­graphic ‘topic’, each of which will be pro­cessed sep­a­rately by BibTeX.

If you want to have bib­li­ogra­phies spe­cific to one part of a doc­u­ment, see the pack­ages bi­bunits or chap­ter­bib.

Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerPierre Basso
Ste­fan Ul­rich
Con­tained inTeX Live as bibtopic
MiKTeX as bibtopic
Topics mul­ti­ple BibTeX bib­li­ogra­phies in a doc­u­ment
BibTeX ci­ta­tion sup­port
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