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didacgil9
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Include multiple BIB files along a LaTeX file

Hej,

I am now creating a big LaTeX document (`BIG.tex`) that comprises a collection of papers.
Each one of the papers was a publication somewhere, in LaTeX (`publicationX.tex`) as well, and had inside the common `\bibliography{bibXFile}`.

Now, I want to include the documents inside this new bigger document.
So far, what I have achieved is that, by making a `\include{publicationX.tex}` call wherever I want to include the publication, this is processed as part of the BIG document, not restarting the counters, arranging the Title in a different way, and so.
However, I still have a small problem. If I leave the `\bibliography{bibXFile}` as it is, in each `publicationX`, it will generate multiple Reference sections in the `BIG` document.

I would like to have all the references printed only at the end of the BIG file.

One solution would be to remove all the `bibliography{bibXFile}` for the publications I have, and adding all the bibXFile's at the end such as `\bibliography{bibXFile, bibYFile, bibZFile, etc.}`

However, is there a way to feed the bibliography along a huge LaTex file and only print it at the end of the document?
Is there something like a `\addBibFile{bibXFile}` so adds references to be printed only when I finally call a `\printBibliography`?

I know this may not be clear at all, but I tried to express it short and understandable.
Last edited by cgnieder on Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.