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Citing in jss() function using LaTex biblatex package -- bug #219

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phargarten2 opened this issue Apr 11, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Apr 11, 2019

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Thank you in creating an Rmarkdown template that allows me to get my article ready for submission to Journal of Statistical Software without leaving Rmarkdown environment. I am having an issue for knitr to compile citations using the bibLatex package. I already posted it on StackOverflow here. I first tested using a Mac, and then a Windows. The problem exists on both operating systems. The files used are below. Any help would be appreciated.

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commented May 8, 2019

@phargarten2 Please do not use biblatex engine. and use vignette.bib instead of vignette_bib.bib

output: 
  rticles::jss_article:
    number_sections: TRUE     #added argument option 
    citation_package: "natbib"  #All my citations use biblatex, not natbib. 
biblio-style: jss      #Listed to use in JSS Instructions for Authors, but not in template by default. 
bibliography: vignette.bib  #Also not included in template by default. 

XiangyunHuang added a commit to XiangyunHuang/rticles that referenced this issue May 9, 2019

@yihui yihui added this to the v0.8 milestone May 9, 2019

@yihui yihui closed this in 3232a3c May 9, 2019

@phargarten2 phargarten2 changed the title Citing in jss() function using LaTex biblatex package -- possible bug Citing in jss() function using LaTex biblatex package -- bug May 9, 2019

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