Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-12 Thread Jennifer Brookes
Thanks for all the help, I am using Linux, so its not a Miktex problem. 
I have found that changing my article class to amsart seems to work, 
keeping everything else the same, except there is a  problem with the 
'acknowledgement' section which can be remedied by changing it into a 
section. It appears document class revtex4 isn't compatible with natbib.


Thanks
Jenny


Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and 
I am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the 
.bst I got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the 
references alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered 
to numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style 
I selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null 
response.  In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex 
package.  With MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package 
named 'harvard'.  The package manager will automatically update the 
file database.  With TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package 
(using your Linux distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm 
pretty sure the installation script will automatically update the file 
name database. All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex 
package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), 
install it yourself, then manually update the file database (by 
running texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure 
things went well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul





Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-12 Thread Jennifer Brookes
Thanks for all the help, I am using Linux, so its not a Miktex problem. 
I have found that changing my article class to amsart seems to work, 
keeping everything else the same, except there is a  problem with the 
'acknowledgement' section which can be remedied by changing it into a 
section. It appears document class revtex4 isn't compatible with natbib.


Thanks
Jenny


Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and 
I am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the 
.bst I got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the 
references alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered 
to numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style 
I selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null 
response.  In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex 
package.  With MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package 
named 'harvard'.  The package manager will automatically update the 
file database.  With TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package 
(using your Linux distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm 
pretty sure the installation script will automatically update the file 
name database. All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex 
package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), 
install it yourself, then manually update the file database (by 
running texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure 
things went well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul





Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-12 Thread Jennifer Brookes
Thanks for all the help, I am using Linux, so its not a Miktex problem. 
I have found that changing my article class to amsart seems to work, 
keeping everything else the same, except there is a  problem with the 
'acknowledgement' section which can be remedied by changing it into a 
section. It appears document class revtex4 isn't compatible with natbib.


Thanks
Jenny


Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and 
I am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the 
.bst I got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the 
references alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered 
to numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style 
I selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null 
response.  In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex 
package.  With MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package 
named 'harvard'.  The package manager will automatically update the 
file database.  With TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package 
(using your Linux distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm 
pretty sure the installation script will automatically update the file 
name database. All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex 
package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), 
install it yourself, then manually update the file database (by 
running texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure 
things went well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul





Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Jennifer Brookes
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?


thanks
Jenny


Anders Ekberg wrote:
The same thing happened to me yesterday using BibTeX (through 
BibDesk). It turned out to simply be that LyX had (for some reason) 
lost the path to the library. Simply re-including the library solved it.

Hope it's something as simple as that for you too...
/Anders



Jennifer Brookes
Thu, 07 Feb 2008 09:51:47 -0800
Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have 
been using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), 
citation style natbib (Author-year) and bibliography style agsm. When 
I compile however, no references appear and there are question marks 
where I would like the references to be. Before I was using natbib 
(numerical) and bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can 
anyone tell me the problem?


Many thanks
Jenny




Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null response. 
 In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex package.  With 
MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package named 'harvard'. 
 The package manager will automatically update the file database.  With 
TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package (using your Linux 
distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm pretty sure the 
installation script will automatically update the file name database. 
All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), install 
it yourself, then manually update the file database (by running 
texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure things went 
well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul



Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Jennifer Brookes
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?


thanks
Jenny


Anders Ekberg wrote:
The same thing happened to me yesterday using BibTeX (through 
BibDesk). It turned out to simply be that LyX had (for some reason) 
lost the path to the library. Simply re-including the library solved it.

Hope it's something as simple as that for you too...
/Anders



Jennifer Brookes
Thu, 07 Feb 2008 09:51:47 -0800
Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have 
been using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), 
citation style natbib (Author-year) and bibliography style agsm. When 
I compile however, no references appear and there are question marks 
where I would like the references to be. Before I was using natbib 
(numerical) and bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can 
anyone tell me the problem?


Many thanks
Jenny




Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null response. 
 In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex package.  With 
MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package named 'harvard'. 
 The package manager will automatically update the file database.  With 
TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package (using your Linux 
distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm pretty sure the 
installation script will automatically update the file name database. 
All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), install 
it yourself, then manually update the file database (by running 
texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure things went 
well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul



Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Jennifer Brookes
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?


thanks
Jenny


Anders Ekberg wrote:
The same thing happened to me yesterday using BibTeX (through 
BibDesk). It turned out to simply be that LyX had (for some reason) 
lost the path to the library. Simply re-including the library solved it.

Hope it's something as simple as that for you too...
/Anders



Jennifer Brookes
Thu, 07 Feb 2008 09:51:47 -0800
Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have 
been using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), 
citation style natbib (Author-year) and bibliography style agsm. When 
I compile however, no references appear and there are question marks 
where I would like the references to be. Before I was using natbib 
(numerical) and bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can 
anyone tell me the problem?


Many thanks
Jenny




Re: Harvard style referencing

2008-02-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jennifer Brookes wrote:
It don't think that was it, and thanks to Brian too for his help and I 
am sorry for still not getting it! I think the problem is I don't 
actually have the agsm style, as I got this error in the .bgl file


I couldn't open style file agsm.bst
---line 148 of file FlexDraft14.aux
: \bibstyle{agsm
:   }


So I tried the style plainnat (with natbib) and also harvard (the .bst I 
got of the web) and both seemed to work ok, i.e. I get the references 
alphabetical, but in the text references are still refered to 
numerically instead of (author, year) which is the citation style I 
selected. Please can anyone help?




I'm not sure what OS and LaTeX distro you are using, so I'll try to be 
as generic as possible.  First, open a shell/command window and run 
'kpsewhich agsm.bst'.  If it displays a path, then you have style and 
something else is wrong, but I'm pretty sure you'll get a null response. 
 In that case, you need to install the harvard-latex package.  With 
MiKTeX, use the package manager to install the package named 'harvard'. 
 The package manager will automatically update the file database.  With 
TeXLive, install the texlive-bibtex-extra package (using your Linux 
distro's package manager, such as Synaptic).  I'm pretty sure the 
installation script will automatically update the file name database. 
All else failing, you can download the harvard-latex package from CTAN 
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/harvard/), install 
it yourself, then manually update the file database (by running 
texhash).  Run 'kpsewhich agsm.bst' again just to be sure things went 
well, then retry compiling your document.


HTH,
Paul



Harvard style referencing

2008-02-07 Thread Jennifer Brookes

Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have been 
using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), citation 
style natbib (Author-year) and  bibliography style agsm. When I compile 
however, no references appear and there are question marks where I would 
like the references to be. Before I was using natbib (numerical) and 
bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can anyone tell me the 
problem?


Many thanks
Jenny



Harvard style referencing

2008-02-07 Thread Jennifer Brookes

Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have been 
using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), citation 
style natbib (Author-year) and  bibliography style agsm. When I compile 
however, no references appear and there are question marks where I would 
like the references to be. Before I was using natbib (numerical) and 
bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can anyone tell me the 
problem?


Many thanks
Jenny



Harvard style referencing

2008-02-07 Thread Jennifer Brookes

Hi,

I am having difficulty figuring out how to convert my references to 
alphabetical (Harvard style) in preparation of an article. I have been 
using lyx version 1.4.4, with document class article (REVTeX4), citation 
style natbib (Author-year) and  bibliography style agsm. When I compile 
however, no references appear and there are question marks where I would 
like the references to be. Before I was using natbib (numerical) and 
bibliography style apsrev, which worked fine, can anyone tell me the 
problem?


Many thanks
Jenny



Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Gayle Tan wrote:
 Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
 lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?

You are mixing two ways of producing a bibliography. If you are using a BibTeX 
bibliography (which you apparently do, judging from your screenshots), then 
do not use bibliography paragraph style from the drop down menu. BibTeX is 
formatting the bibliography for you, including the heading.

The two boxes you are talking about are the citation references and the 
bibliography. You need both (please refer to the LyX documentation for 
details).

 How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?

If you don't want references, but only the bibliography, the use 
\nocite{somecitekey} or \nocite* (the latter prints out the whole database). 
LyX doesn't support this natively yet, so you have to use TeX mode.

Jürgen


Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Gayle Tan wrote:
 Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
 lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?

You are mixing two ways of producing a bibliography. If you are using a BibTeX 
bibliography (which you apparently do, judging from your screenshots), then 
do not use bibliography paragraph style from the drop down menu. BibTeX is 
formatting the bibliography for you, including the heading.

The two boxes you are talking about are the citation references and the 
bibliography. You need both (please refer to the LyX documentation for 
details).

 How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?

If you don't want references, but only the bibliography, the use 
\nocite{somecitekey} or \nocite* (the latter prints out the whole database). 
LyX doesn't support this natively yet, so you have to use TeX mode.

Jürgen


Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Gayle Tan wrote:
> Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
> lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?

You are mixing two ways of producing a bibliography. If you are using a BibTeX 
bibliography (which you apparently do, judging from your screenshots), then 
do not use "bibliography" paragraph style from the drop down menu. BibTeX is 
formatting the bibliography for you, including the heading.

The two boxes you are talking about are the citation references and the 
bibliography. You need both (please refer to the LyX documentation for 
details).

> How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?

If you don't want references, but only the bibliography, the use 
\nocite{somecitekey} or \nocite* (the latter prints out the whole database). 
LyX doesn't support this natively yet, so you have to use TeX mode.

Jürgen


Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Hi,

I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
in finance.
My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
error.

Undefined Control Sequence
\harvarditem
   [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


Can anyone help


Thanks.
Gayle


Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Richard Heck

You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
 in finance.
 My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
 downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
 error.

 Undefined Control Sequence
 \harvarditem
[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


 Can anyone help


 Thanks.
 Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
 in finance.
 My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
 downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
 error.

 Undefined Control Sequence
 \harvarditem
[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


 Can anyone help


 Thanks.
 Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?


the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 You also need to put
 \usepackage{harvard.sty}
 into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
 perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

 Richard

 Gayle Tan wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
  in finance.
  My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
  downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
  error.
 
  Undefined Control Sequence
  \harvarditem
 [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
 
 
  Can anyone help
 
 
  Thanks.
  Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

sorry. i didnt know this doesnt accept in-line images.so
416841333_70a5ba372e.jpghttp://farm1.static.flickr.com/133/416841333_70a5ba372e.jpg?v=0
and
416844755_17af1fbb72.jpghttp://farm1.static.flickr.com/172/416844755_17af1fbb72.jpg?v=0

On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?




the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

 On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  You also need to put
  \usepackage{harvard.sty}
  into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
 and
  perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.
 
  Richard
 
  Gayle Tan wrote:
   Hi,
  
   I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my
 dissertation
   in finance.
   My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
   downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
   error.
  
   Undefined Control Sequence
   \harvarditem
  [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
  
  
   Can anyone help
  
  
   Thanks.
   Gayle
 
 
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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500
Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
 You also need to put
 \usepackage{harvard.sty}
 into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
 and perhaps better, enable Natbib under
 DocumentSettingsBibliography.
 

Unfortunately, harvard.sty causes latex to crash if you use the memoir
class.


Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Hi,

I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
in finance.
My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
error.

Undefined Control Sequence
\harvarditem
   [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


Can anyone help


Thanks.
Gayle


Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Richard Heck

You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
 in finance.
 My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
 downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
 error.

 Undefined Control Sequence
 \harvarditem
[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


 Can anyone help


 Thanks.
 Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
 in finance.
 My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
 downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
 error.

 Undefined Control Sequence
 \harvarditem
[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


 Can anyone help


 Thanks.
 Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?


the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 You also need to put
 \usepackage{harvard.sty}
 into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
 perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.

 Richard

 Gayle Tan wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
  in finance.
  My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
  downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
  error.
 
  Undefined Control Sequence
  \harvarditem
 [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
 
 
  Can anyone help
 
 
  Thanks.
  Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

sorry. i didnt know this doesnt accept in-line images.so
416841333_70a5ba372e.jpghttp://farm1.static.flickr.com/133/416841333_70a5ba372e.jpg?v=0
and
416844755_17af1fbb72.jpghttp://farm1.static.flickr.com/172/416844755_17af1fbb72.jpg?v=0

On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?




the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

 On 3/10/07, Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  You also need to put
  \usepackage{harvard.sty}
  into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
 and
  perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography.
 
  Richard
 
  Gayle Tan wrote:
   Hi,
  
   I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my
 dissertation
   in finance.
   My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
   downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
   error.
  
   Undefined Control Sequence
   \harvarditem
  [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
  
  
   Can anyone help
  
  
   Thanks.
   Gayle
 
 
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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500
Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
 You also need to put
 \usepackage{harvard.sty}
 into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
 and perhaps better, enable Natbib under
 DocumentSettingsBibliography.
 

Unfortunately, harvard.sty causes latex to crash if you use the memoir
class.


Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Hi,

I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
in finance.
My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
error.

Undefined Control Sequence
\harvarditem
   [Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}


Can anyone help


Thanks.
Gayle


Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Richard Heck

You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under Document>Settings>Bibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
> in finance.
> My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
> downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
> error.
>
> Undefined Control Sequence
> \harvarditem
>[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
>
>
> Can anyone help
>
>
> Thanks.
> Gayle


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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


You also need to put
\usepackage{harvard.sty}
into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
perhaps better, enable Natbib under Document>Settings>Bibliography.

Richard

Gayle Tan wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
> in finance.
> My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
> downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
> error.
>
> Undefined Control Sequence
> \harvarditem
>[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
>
>
> Can anyone help
>
>
> Thanks.
> Gayle


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==
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Professor of Philosophy
Brown University
http://bobjweil.com/heck/
==
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Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?


the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.

On 3/10/07, Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> You also need to put
> \usepackage{harvard.sty}
> into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and
> perhaps better, enable Natbib under Document>Settings>Bibliography.
>
> Richard
>
> Gayle Tan wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my dissertation
> > in finance.
> > My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
> > downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
> > error.
> >
> > Undefined Control Sequence
> > \harvarditem
> >[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
> >
> >
> > Can anyone help
> >
> >
> > Thanks.
> > Gayle
>
>
> --
> ==
> Richard G Heck, Jr
> Professor of Philosophy
> Brown University
> http://bobjweil.com/heck/
> ==
> Get my public key from http://sks.keyserver.penguin.de
> Hash: 0x1DE91F1E66FFBDEC
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>
>



Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Gayle Tan

sorry. i didnt know this doesnt accept in-line images.so
416841333_70a5ba372e.jpg
and
416844755_17af1fbb72.jpg

On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


Also, Do i need both boxes for the references to appear.?
lyx seems to give me an error if only the 2nd box is in the document?




the input above gives me this:
How do i remove the first line after the bibliography.?


On 3/10/07, Gayle Tan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Thanks. I didnt know it was this simple.
>
> On 3/10/07, Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > You also need to put
> > \usepackage{harvard.sty}
> > into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
> and
> > perhaps better, enable Natbib under Document>Settings>Bibliography.
> >
> > Richard
> >
> > Gayle Tan wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm a new lyx user. I'm thinking of using lyx to write my
> dissertation
> > > in finance.
> > > My university uses the harvard style with some modifications, i
> > > downloaded harvard.bst and i tried using it. i got the following
> > > error.
> > >
> > > Undefined Control Sequence
> > > \harvarditem
> > >[Chan et~al.]{Chan, et~al.}{1990}{Chan:1990qy}
> > >
> > >
> > > Can anyone help
> > >
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > > Gayle
> >
> >
> > --
> > ==
> > Richard G Heck, Jr
> > Professor of Philosophy
> > Brown University
> > http://bobjweil.com/heck/
> > ==
> > Get my public key from http://sks.keyserver.penguin.de
> > Hash: 0x1DE91F1E66FFBDEC
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> > http://dudu.dyn.2-h.org/nist/gpg-enigmail-howto
> >
> >
>




Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500
Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> 
> You also need to put
> \usepackage{harvard.sty}
> into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively,
> and perhaps better, enable Natbib under
> Document>Settings>Bibliography.
> 

Unfortunately, harvard.sty causes latex to crash if you use the memoir
class.


Harvard style referencing

1999-06-11 Thread Henk Coetzee

Hi

I am looking at a way of getting LyX to see Harvard style referencing
and bibliographies. This seems to be the bit still sketchy in the
documentation. Are there other documents you could point me at.

Henk Coetzee
Pretoria, South Africa



Harvard style referencing

1999-06-11 Thread Henk Coetzee

Hi

I am looking at a way of getting LyX to see Harvard style referencing
and bibliographies. This seems to be the bit still sketchy in the
documentation. Are there other documents you could point me at.

Henk Coetzee
Pretoria, South Africa



Harvard style referencing

1999-06-11 Thread Henk Coetzee

Hi

I am looking at a way of getting LyX to see Harvard style referencing
and bibliographies. This seems to be the bit still sketchy in the
documentation. Are there other documents you could point me at.

Henk Coetzee
Pretoria, South Africa