Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Robert Blackstone

On 30 Sep 2014,  Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote
 I?m working on a project for a book that is a collection of essays.
 Each one needs at its end a list of references.
 
 
 But how can I force context to take into account only a portion of text for 
 generating bibliographic references and for inserting a block of references 
 after a section?
 (To collect all refs in a single bib file or to have split bib files is not 
 an issue)

Hi Andrea,
It probably depends on whether you cite your bibliographic references in the 
text of your essay, or only a part of them.

What I would do anyway is to make a subsection or a subject “References after 
each essay, add the references that I have not cited in my text as \nocite[key] 
and finish with  \placepublications[criterium=cite]. 

I should perhaps add that I always process my projects without using the 
bib-module. I separately make the necessary .bbl-files, which I linput before 
\starttext. It gives me a lot of flexibility. 

I hope this helps.

Best regards,
Robert Blackstone


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Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Andrea Valle
Thanks Robert.

 It probably depends on whether you cite your bibliographic references in the 
 text of your essay, or only a part of them.

I’m working now on the bib files, so I can consider having a single bib for all 
essays, or split bib files (maybe cleaner).

 
 What I would do anyway is to make a subsection or a subject “References 
 after each essay, add the references that I have not cited in my text as 
 \nocite[key] and finish with  \placepublications[criterium=cite]. 

Hmm, I’m tweaking a test like this, but I’m getting a single ref section on 
top, including both citations.

\setupbibtex[database={cim2014template},sort=author]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]
  
\starttext 
this is a test\cite{malham19953d}
\placepublications[criterium=cite]
\page

% readd or not? Doesn't change
\setupbibtex[database={cim2014template},sort=author]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]
  
Now another\cite{SoDAICMC}
\placepublications[criterium=cite]

\stoptext 


 I should perhaps add that I always process my projects without using the 
 bib-module. I separately make the necessary .bbl-files, which I linput before 
 \starttext. It gives me a lot of flexibility. 


Could you provide a minimal example?

I’ve never used ConTeXt for this, and I’m a bit stuck

Thanks a lot!

Best

-a-





 
 I hope this helps.
 
 Best regards,
 Robert Blackstone
 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Robert Blackstone

On 30 Sep 2014, at 11:45 , Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote
 
 Could you provide a minimal example?
 
 I?ve never used ConTeXt for this, and I?m a bit stuck

Hi Andrea,

Here is a “minimal example.  It is for mkii now but you can easily switch to 
mkiv by changing the starting (and stopping) of the chapters.
Is this what you had in mind?

Best regards,
Robert Blackstone 


%Ref.: ntg-context Digest, Vol 123, Issue 46, 30-09-2014
%Subject:  splitting bibliographic references


\setuppublicationlist[samplesize={{Lam}81},totalnumber=4]

\startpublication[k=Arnold:1931bl,t=booklet,
a={{{Arnold, Franck. T.}}},y=1931,
n=4,s={Arn}31]
\author[]{}[]{}{{Arnold, Franck. T.}}
\pubyear{1931}
\title{{The Art of Accompaniment from a Thorough-Bass as practiced in the 17th
  and 18th centuries}}
\pubname{The Holland Press}
\city{London}
\stoppublication

\startpublication[k=ChristensenT:1992qzbl,t=booklet,
a={{{Christensen, Thomas}}},y=,
n=3,s={Chr}]
\author[]{}[]{}{{Christensen, Thomas}}
\title{{{\em \quote{The Spanish Baroque Guitar and Seventeenth-Century Triadic
  Theory}}, JMT, {\em 36 (1992), 1-42}}}
\stoppublication

\startpublication[k=Dreyfus-Laurence:1987zbl,t=booklet,
a={{{Dreyfus, Laurence}}},y=1987,
n=2,s={Dre}87]
\author[]{}[]{}{{Dreyfus, Laurence}}
\pubyear{1987}
\title{{Bach's Continuo Group: Players and Practices in his Vocal Works}}
\city{Cambridge}
\stoppublication

\startpublication[k=Lamott:1981crbl,t=booklet,
a={{{Lamott, Bruce A.}}},y=1981,
n=1,s={Lam}81]
\author[]{}[]{}{{Lamott, Bruce A.}}
\pubyear{1981}
\title{{{\em \quote{Keyboard Improvisation according to \quotation{Nova
  instructio pro pulsandis organis}, 1670-{\em c}1675} by Spiridion a Monte
  Carmelo, Ph.D.~diss.~(Stanford U., 1980), repr.}}}
\city{Ann Arbor, MI}
\stoppublication


\starttext
\chapter{Knuth}%mkii
%\startchapter[bookmark=,list=,title={Knuth}]%mkiv
\input knuth
\section{References}

\nocite[Arnold:1931bl]
\nocite[ChristensenT:1992qzbl]

\placepublications[criterium=cite]
%\stopchapter%mkiv

\chapter{Tufte}%mkii
%\startchapter[bookmark=,list=,title={Tufte}]%mkiv
\input tufte
\section{References}

\nocite[Dreyfus-Laurence:1987zbl] 
\nocite[Lamott:1981crbl]
\placepublications[criterium=cite]
%\stopchapter%mkiv


\stoptext 
+++

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Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Alan BRASLAU
On Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:17:14 +0200
Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote:

 But how can I force context to take into account only a portion of
 text for generating bibliographic references and for inserting a
 block of references after a section?

With the new bibliography subsystem (still work in progress), you can
use \placelistofpublications [criterium=section]

Alan
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