biblatex-oxref – BibLaTeX styles inspired by the Oxford Guide to Style
This bundle provides four BibLaTeX styles that implement (many of) the stipulations and examples provided by the 2014 New Hart’s Rules and the 2002 Oxford Guide to Style:
- ‘oxnotes’ is a style similar to the standard ‘verbose’, intended for use with footnotes;
- ‘oxnum’ is a style similar to the standard ‘numeric’, intended for use with numeric in-text citations;
- ‘oxalph’ is a style similar to the standard ‘alphabetic’, intended for use with alphabetic in-text citations;
- ‘oxyear’ is a style similar to the standard ‘author-year’, intended for use with parenthetical in-text citations.
The bundle provides support for a wide variety of content types, including manuscripts, audiovisual resources, social media and legal references.
These styles should be considered experimental. In particular, the ways in which they handle certain tricky references are subject to change.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2016–2018 Alex Ball|
|Contained in||TeX Live as biblatex-oxref|
MiKTeX as biblatex-oxref
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (2.2M).
- 2018-03-04 CTAN update: biblatex-oxref
- 2018-02-10 CTAN update: biblatex-oxref
- 2018-01-28 CTAN update: biblatex-oxref
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