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How to Make Separate Bibliographies in Latex for a Paper and its Appendix

It is common for academic articles to have a Supplementary Material section to provide evidence or discussion in support of the main argument that space constraints do not allow to be published with the article.  The Supplementary Materials in turn often have their own citations separate from the manuscript.  This post details how to create […]

Changing Article Style in Overleaf

TL;DR: Just use generic style files for new projects. Overleaf is the best tool I have found for collaborating on Latex documents.  It is cloud-based, has a ton of templates, nice text editing features that go beyond TexShop and other desktop editors I know, and the rich text editor (using a GUI, like a word processor) […]