Say I wish to have two references lists: one for all the citation within the main body, and another for all the citations within the Appendices. I'm using BibTeX.
multibib don't seem to be the right way.
chapterbib seems to be very similar to what I need, but I couldn't find a working example, and I don't know how to adjust it to what I need (without splitting into different files). Any suggestions?
You could give the
bibunitspackage a try. Assuming that (i) you wish to use the
plainbibliography style in the main part of the document and the
unsrtstyle in the appendix area and (ii) all bib entries are contained in a file named
mybib.bib, the bibunits-relevant structure of your LaTeX file might look something like this:
If you only intend to use one bibliography style (say,
plain) throughout, you could place the command
in the preamble, freeing you from having to mention it in every
plainis the default style in case nothing else is specified.)
bibunitscreates a separate
.auxfile for each bibunit you create, named
bu2.aux, etc. This means that you'll need to run BibTeX separately on each of these aux files.