articles in bibliography

Asked by Rainald Borck on 2011-04-20

Hello,

I have question about the bibliography in moderncv. I see you can add "Books" and "Others" with multibib, but what about articles, working papers and so on? Do you have to define your own environments?

Thanks,
Rainald

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Assignee:
Xavier Danaux Edit question
Last query:
2011-05-06
Last reply:
2011-05-06
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

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Xavier Danaux (xdanaux) said : #2

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Xavier Danaux (xdanaux) said : #3

Hi Rainald,

You can define whatever bibliographical category you want with multibib of course, be it books, articles, working papers, etc
I would suggest you read the multibib documentation if you want to know more about its possibilities; your question is not linked to moderncv per se.

Best regards,

Xavier

Rainald Borck (rainald-borck) said : #4

Dear Xavier,

thanks for the help!
Rainald

2011/5/6 Xavier Danaux <email address hidden>

> Your question #153575 on moderncv changed:
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> Status: Open => Answered
>
> Xavier Danaux proposed the following answer:
> Hi Rainald,
>
> You can define whatever bibliographical category you want with multibib of
> course, be it books, articles, working papers, etc
> I would suggest you read the multibib documentation if you want to know
> more about its possibilities; your question is not linked to moderncv per
> se.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Xavier
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Xavier Danaux (xdanaux) said : #5

You're most welcome!

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