The Multibibliography Package Michael Cohen, Yannis Haralambous, & Boris Veytsman 2013/05/29 v1.03 Conventional standards for bibliography styles entail a forced choice between index and name/year citations and corresponding references. We reject this false dichotomy, and describe a multibibliography, comprising alphabetic, sequenced, and even chronological orderings of references. An extended inline citation format is also proposed to integrate such heterogeneous styles, and is usable and useful even without separate bibliographies. Version 1.03: New multibibliography.pl script
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multibibliography – Multiple versions of a bibliography, with different sort orders
Conventional standards for bibliography styles impose a forced choice between index and name/year citations, and corresponding references. The package avoids this choice, by providing alphabetic, sequenced, and even chronological orderings of references. Inline citations, that integrate these heterogeneous styles, are also supported (and work with other bibliography packages).
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|2013 Michael Cohen, Yannis Haralambous, Boris Veytsman
Yannis Haralambous (inactive)
|TeX Live as multibibliography
MiKTeX as multibibliography