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Better bibliographies

Better bibliographies: Abbreviate author names with biblatex

While I might write a post one day on why you should use biblatex for your references in LaTeX, I’d like to start a new series of post. The topic: how to make better bibliographies in LaTeX (using biblatex). Today, we’ll see that abbreviating ALL first and middle names is an easy task when using biblatex.

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How to add Bibliography (and more) to Table of Contents

I often wonder why the bibliography of LaTeX documents is not shown in the Table of Contents by defaults. Happily enough, I wasn’t the only one wondering this. That is why the tocbibind package was created. This package allows one to add the bibliography to the ToC. But wait, there more!