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Old Jun 9th 2010, 09:50 AM   #1
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problem with bibliography

Hello,

I am writing my thesis wiht LaTex and for the bibliography. If I put the following citation as follows,

@ARTICLE{sparreboom2010,
title = "Transport in nanofluidics systems: a review of theory and applications",
author = "W. Sparreboom and A. van den Berg and J.C.T. Eijkel",
year = 2010,
journal = njp,
volume = 12,
pages = 015004,
% note = "nanofluidics systems review"
}

then the result in the document after to compile using the style \bibliographystyle{mybst} is:

[69] W. Sparreboom, A. van den Berg, and J. Eijkel, Transport in nanofluidics systems: a review of theory and applications, New Journal of Physics 12, 015004 (2010).

How can I indicate that it should not write the article title? and for the fields of each entry in the bibliography how can I indicate also in the document that it should not write the notes and url instead of put % before?

Thanks
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Old Jun 15th 2010, 01:17 PM   #2
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According to Gratzer's Math into LaTeX, 3rd Ed., p. 389, if you're using BiBTeX, you cannot comment out a field with the % sign. Are you using BiBTeX? If so, you might consider simply leaving that field blank. For example:

@ARTICLE{sparreboom2010,
title = ,
author = "W. Sparreboom and A. van den Berg and J.C.T. Eijkel",
year = 2010,
journal = njp,
volume = 12,
pages = 015004,
% note = "nanofluidics systems review"
}

I have to admit I don't know if this will work or not. But it's worth a try. If you're using BiBTeX, you might consider getting your hands on Oren Patashnik's BiBTeXing.
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