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---- +====== ​Multiple bibliographies? ​====== 
-title: ​Multiple bibliographies?​ +
-category: bibliographies +
-tags: citations +
-permalink: /​FAQ-multbib +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
 If you're thinking of multiple bibliographies tied to some part of If you're thinking of multiple bibliographies tied to some part of
 your document (such as the chapters within the document), please see your document (such as the chapters within the document), please see
-[bibliographies per chapter](FAQ-chapbib).+[[FAQ-chapbib|bibliographies per chapter]].
  
 For more than one bibliography,​ there are three options. For more than one bibliography,​ there are three options.
  
-The [`multibbl`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibblpackage offers a very simple interface: you use +The [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]] package offers a very simple interface: you use 
-a command ​`\newbibliographyto define a bibliography "​tag"​. ​ The package+a command ​''​\newbibliography'' ​to define a bibliography "​tag"​. ​ The package
 redefines the other bibliography commands so that each time you use any one redefines the other bibliography commands so that each time you use any one
 of them, you give it the tag for the bibliography where you want the of them, you give it the tag for the bibliography where you want the
-citations to appear. ​ The `\bibliographycommand itself also takes+citations to appear. ​ The ''​\bibliography'' ​command itself also takes
 a further extra argument that says what title to use for the resulting a further extra argument that says what title to use for the resulting
 section or chapter (i.e., it patches section or chapter (i.e., it patches
-[`\refnameand `\bibname`](FAQ-fixnam) ​in a +[[FAQ-fixnam|\refname and \bibname]in a 
-[`babel`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​babel)-safe way).  So one might write: +[[ctanpkg>​babel|babel]]-safe way).  So one might write: 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \usepackage{multibbl} \usepackage{multibbl}
 \newbibliography{bk} \newbibliography{bk}
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 \bibliography{bk}{book-bib}{References to books} \bibliography{bk}{book-bib}{References to books}
 \bibliography{art}{art-bib}{References to articles} \bibliography{art}{art-bib}{References to articles}
-``` +</​code>​ 
-(Note that the optional argument of `\citeappears ​_before_ ​the +(Note that the optional argument of ''​\cite'' ​appears ​//​before// ​the 
-new tag argument, and that the `\bibliographycommands may list +new tag argument, and that the ''​\bibliography'' ​commands may list 
-more than one `bibfile&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​indeed all `\bibliographycommands+more than one ''​bib'' ​file --- indeed all ''​\bibliography'' ​commands
 may list the same set of files.) may list the same set of files.)
  
-The `\bibliographydata goes into files whose names are +The ''​\bibliography'' ​data goes into files whose names are 
-&​lsaquo;​_tag-name_&​rsaquo;​_.aux_, so you will need to run +<//tag-name//>//​.aux//, so you will need to run 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 bibtex bk bibtex bk
 bibtex art bibtex art
-```+</​code>​
 after the first run of LaTeX, to get the citations in the correct after the first run of LaTeX, to get the citations in the correct
 place. place.
  
-The [`multibib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibibpackage allows you to define a series of+The [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] package allows you to define a series of
 "​additional topics",​ each of which comes with its own series of "​additional topics",​ each of which comes with its own series of
 bibliography commands. ​ So one might write: bibliography commands. ​ So one might write:
-<!-- {% raw %} --> + 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \usepackage{multibib} \usepackage{multibib}
 \newcites{bk,​art}% \newcites{bk,​art}%
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 \bibliographybk{book-bib} \bibliographybk{book-bib}
 \bibliographyart{art-bib} \bibliographyart{art-bib}
-``` +</code>
-<!-- {% endraw %} --> +
-Again, as for [`multibbl`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibbl),​ any `\bibliography...` command may +
-scan any list of `bib` files.+
  
-BibTeX processing with [`multibib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibibis much like that with +Again, as for [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]],​ any ''​\bibliography...''​ command may 
-[`multibbl`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibbl); with the above example, one needs: +scan any list of ''​bib''​ files. 
-```latex+ 
 +BibTeX processing with [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] is much like that with 
 +[[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]]; with the above example, one needs: 
 + 
 +<​code ​latex>
 bibtex bk bibtex bk
 bibtex art bibtex art
-``` +</​code>​ 
-Note that, unlike [`multibbl`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibbl), [`multibib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibib) ​allows a+Note that, unlike [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]], [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]allows a
 simple, unmodified bibliography (as well as the "​topic"​ ones).  ​ simple, unmodified bibliography (as well as the "​topic"​ ones).  ​
  
-The [`bibtopic`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​bibtopicpackage allows you separately to cite several+The [[ctanpkg>​bibtopic|bibtopic]] package allows you separately to cite several
 different bibliographies. ​ At the appropriate place in your document, different bibliographies. ​ At the appropriate place in your document,
-you put a sequence of `btSectenvironments (each of which+you put a sequence of ''​btSect'' ​environments (each of which
 specifies a bibliography database to scan) to typeset the separate specifies a bibliography database to scan) to typeset the separate
-bibliographies. ​ Thus, one might have a file `diss.texcontaining:​ +bibliographies. ​ Thus, one might have a file ''​diss.tex'' ​containing:​ 
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \usepackage{bibtopic} \usepackage{bibtopic}
 \bibliographystyle{alpha} \bibliographystyle{alpha}
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 \btPrintCited \btPrintCited
 \end{btSect} \end{btSect}
-```+</​code>​
 Note the different way of specifying a bibliographystyle:​ if you want Note the different way of specifying a bibliographystyle:​ if you want
 a different style for a particular bibliography,​ you may give it as an a different style for a particular bibliography,​ you may give it as an
-optional argument to the `btSectenvironment.+optional argument to the ''​btSect'' ​environment.
  
-Processing with BibTeX, in this case, uses `auxfiles whose names+Processing with BibTeX, in this case, uses ''​aux'' ​files whose names
 are derived from the name of the base document. ​ So in this example are derived from the name of the base document. ​ So in this example
 you need to say: you need to say:
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 bibtex diss1 bibtex diss1
 bibtex diss2 bibtex diss2
-```+</​code>​
  
-There is also a command ​`\btPrintNotCited`, which gives the rest of+There is also a command ​''​\btPrintNotCited''​, which gives the rest of
 the content of the database (if nothing has been cited from the the content of the database (if nothing has been cited from the
-database, this is equivalent to LaTeX standard ​`\nocite{*}`).+database, this is equivalent to LaTeX standard ​''​\nocite{*}''​).
  
-However, the _real_ difference from [`multibbl`](https:​//ctan.org/pkg/multibbland +However, the //real// difference from [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]] ​and 
-[`multibib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​multibibis that selection of what appears in each +[[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] is that selection of what appears in each 
-bibliography section is determined in [`bibtopic`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​bibtopicby what's in +bibliography section is determined in [[ctanpkg>​bibtopic|bibtopic]] by what's in 
-the `bibfiles.+the ''​bib'' ​files.
  
-An entirely different approach is taken by the [`splitbib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​splitbib) +An entirely different approach is taken by the [[ctanpkg>​splitbib|splitbib]] 
-package. ​ You provide a `categoryenvironment,​ in the+package. ​ You provide a ''​category'' ​environment,​ in the
 preamble of your document, for each category you want a separate preamble of your document, for each category you want a separate
-citation list for.  In each environment,​ you list the `\citekeys +citation list for.  In each environment,​ you list the ''​\cite'' ​keys 
-that you want listed in each category. ​ The `\bibliographycommand +that you want listed in each category. ​ The ''​\bibliography'' ​command 
-(or, more precisely, the `thebibliographyenvironment it+(or, more precisely, the ''​thebibliography'' ​environment it
 uses) will sort the keys as requested. ​ (Keys not mentioned in a uses) will sort the keys as requested. ​ (Keys not mentioned in a
-`categoryappear in a "​misc"​ category created in the+''​category'' ​appear in a "​misc"​ category created in the
 sorting process.) ​ A code example appears in the package documentation sorting process.) ​ A code example appears in the package documentation
 (a PDF file in the CTAN directory, (a PDF file in the CTAN directory,
   which you can browse to, from the link, below).   which you can browse to, from the link, below).
  
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-multbib|Multiple bibliographies?​]]
 +
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