Overview of Bibtex-Styles Deutsche Version

Type of reference:
Format of the reference:
Format of the authorname:
Authorname in small caps:
Supports the field 'URL'
Supports the field 'Eprint' (for example for Arxiv)

Name Reference Format of authorname
aichej hide/show link [2] Simpson HJ.
ama hide/show link [2] Simpson Homer Jay
cj hide/show link [2] Simpson, H. J.
decsci hide/show link [Simpson(1995)] Simpson, H. J.
development hide/show link [Simpson(1995)] Simpson, H. J.
fbs hide/show link [2] Simpson, H. J.
IEEEannot hide/show link [2] H. J. Simpson
jqt1999 hide/show link [Simpson, 1995] Simpson, H. J.
neuron hide/show link [Simpson(1995)] Simpson, H. J.
pnas hide/show link [2] Simpson, H. J.
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Links & Tips

If you're searching for a bibtex-style as used in a specific journal, you can find it in the LaTeX Bibliography Styles Database. If you want to create you're own style, I recommend this Bst generator as a grafical userinterface for latex makebst. If you want superscript numbers as reference or other kinds of 'different' numeric citations, use the Cite-Package. Here you can find a PDF with 44 common used styles demonstrated. Something similar can also be found here.

Here are the LaTeX and BibTeX-files I used. A (not always up-to-date) excerpt of the database as CSV can be found here.

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