TeX and LaTeX Resources: Bibliography Style Files
Bibliography Style Files and Examples
- A plain bibliography style, modeled after the style recommended
by the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of
- The same style, with annotations turned on.
- As above, but with the key field and the label for the annotation
Be sure to load
url.sty in the preamble of your
On the Math Linux Systems
These files are available on the math department Linux systems,
where they are stored in the directory
/shared/local/texlive/texmf-local/bibtex/bst/hmcmath. You can
use them by simply specifying them in your document's
On Your Own Machine
To use these files on your own machine, or on another machine that's not maintained by the mathematics department, you can copy them from a math machine or download them from this page.
Store them in your own
TEXMF tree (generally, that
~/texmf/bibtex/bst on a Unix-like machine,
although it should be in
a Mac OS X machine) or copy them into the same directory as the
document you're working on. Then use the same
\bibliographystyle commands to use them as you would if
you were working on a math Linux machine.
Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)
Note that if your bibliography entries use DOIs, you may also want to define the
\doi command to provide an attractive format. For
would produce a DOI label in small capitals, with the DOI itself
set in a sans-serif font. Depending on the length and content of a
DOI, you might consider setting it using the commands provided by
url.sty package, instead.