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 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
-[[FAQ-chapbib|bibliographies per chapter]].+[[3_composition/​annexes/​bibliographie/​bibliographies_par_chapitre|bibliographies per chapter]].
  
 For more than one bibliography,​ there are three options. For more than one bibliography,​ there are three options.
  
-The [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]] package offers a very simple interface: you use+The [[ctanpkg>​multibbl]] package offers a very simple interface: you use
 a command ''​\newbibliography''​ to 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
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 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
-[[FAQ-fixnam|\refname and \bibname]] in a +[[3_composition/​langues/​traduire_le_titre_de_table_des_matieres_ou_bibliographie|\refname and \bibname]] 
-[[ctanpkg>​babel|babel]]-safe way).  So one might write:+in a [[ctanpkg>​babel]]-safe way).  So one might write:
  
 <code latex> <code latex>
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 place. place.
  
-The [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] package allows you to define a series of+The [[ctanpkg>​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:
- 
  
 <code latex> <code latex>
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Again, as for [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]], any ''​\bibliography...''​ command may+Again, as for [[ctanpkg>​multibbl]],​ any ''​\bibliography...''​ command may
 scan any list of ''​bib''​ files. scan any list of ''​bib''​ files.
  
-BibTeX processing with [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] is much like that with +BibTeX processing with [[ctanpkg>​multibib]] is much like that with 
-[[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]]; with the above example, one needs:+[[ctanpkg>​multibbl]];​ with the above example, one needs:
  
 <code latex> <code latex>
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 bibtex art bibtex art
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-Note that, unlike [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]], [[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] allows a+Note that, unlike [[ctanpkg>​multibbl]],​ [[ctanpkg>​multibib]] allows a
 simple, unmodified bibliography (as well as the "​topic"​ ones).  ​ simple, unmodified bibliography (as well as the "​topic"​ ones).  ​
  
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 database, this is equivalent to LaTeX standard ''​\nocite{*}''​). database, this is equivalent to LaTeX standard ''​\nocite{*}''​).
  
-However, the //real// difference from [[ctanpkg>​multibbl|multibbl]] and +However, the //real// difference from [[ctanpkg>​multibbl]] and 
-[[ctanpkg>​multibib|multibib]] is that selection of what appears in each +[[ctanpkg>​multibib]] is that selection of what appears in each 
-bibliography section is determined in [[ctanpkg>​bibtopic|bibtopic]] by what's in+bibliography section is determined in [[ctanpkg>​bibtopic]] by what's in
 the ''​bib''​ files. the ''​bib''​ files.
  
-An entirely different approach is taken by the [[ctanpkg>​splitbib|splitbib]]+An entirely different approach is taken by the [[ctanpkg>​splitbib]]
 package. ​ You provide a ''​category''​ environment,​ 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
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 ''​category''​ appear 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).+
  
  
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 //Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-multbib|Multiple bibliographies?​]] //Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-multbib|Multiple bibliographies?​]]
  
-{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​bibliographies)+{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​bibliographies,plusieurs bibliographies,​bibliographies multiples)
 metatag-og:​title=(Multiple bibliographies?​) metatag-og:​title=(Multiple bibliographies?​)
 metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone) metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 }} }}
  
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