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Direc­tory tex-archive/biblio/bibtex/contrib/authordate

This directory contains 4 BibTeX style files for producing author-date
reference-lists.  The styles are loosely based on the recommendations of
British Standard 1629 (1976 edition), Butcher's "Copy-editing" (Cambridge
University Press, 1981) and the Chicago Manual of  Style (1982 edition).

The files are:
authordate1.bst - Author's names are typeset in roman.  Uppercase letters in
                  article, journal and book titles are left as given in the
                  bib file.
authordate2.bst - As authordate1, but with downstyle titles, i.e., titles that
                  are lowercase except for the first letter, any letter
                  following a colon, and letters protected by { and }.
authordate3.bst - As authordate1, but with author's names in small capitals.
authordate4.bst - As authordate3, but with downstyle titles.

These style files must be used in conjunction with certain re-definitions
of thebibliography and \cite, as provided in the LaTeX style-option file
authordate1-4.sty.  For example, your LaTeX input file might contain
      \documentstyle[authordate1-4]{report}
and
      \bibliographystyle{authordate2}

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1151 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate1-4.sty 3417 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate1.bst 31034 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate1.ltx 336 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate2.bst 30333 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate2.ltx 336 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate3.bst 31503 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate3.ltx 336 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate4.bst 30801 1992-07-20 02:00
authordate4.ltx 336 1992-07-20 02:00
testadb.ltx 4346 1992-07-20 02:00

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au­thor­date – Author/date style ci­ta­tion styles

Author­date pro­duces styles loosely based on the rec­om­men­da­tions of Bri­tish Stan­dard 1629(1976), Butcher's Copy-edit­ing and the Chicago Man­ual of Style.

The bun­dle pro­vides four BibTeX styles (au­thor­date1, …, au­thor­date4), and a LaTeX pack­age, for ci­ta­tion in au­thor/date style. The BibTeX styles dif­fer in how they for­mat names and ti­tles; one of them is nec­es­sary for the LaTeX pack­age to work.

Pack­age De­tailsau­thor­date
Ver­sion 1992-07-20
Li­censeLi­censes that pre­vent dis­tri­bu­tion
Main­tainerDavid Rhead
Con­tained inMikTeX as au­thor­date
Topics BibTeX style or style gen­er­a­tor
See also natbib
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