[Tex/LaTex] Multiple references in one superscript citation


I want to make a bibliography like this. With one citation in superscript I want to link to the list Reference 1. With the second citation to Reference 2 and so on. And in each chapter the reference numeration should begin again from 1. Thanks.

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Edit: Here is a minimal working example. You have to run this code with LaTeX, then with BIBTeX, then the EA01.tex file with LaTeX, and then again the first one with LaTeX.

\fancyhead[C]{Exp Clin Endocrinol Diabetes $\bullet$ 2001 $\bullet$ 109 Suppl 2:S122-34}

\title{Integration of biochemical and physiologic effects of insulin on glucose     metabolism}
\author{Newsholme EA\\
Merton College, Oxford, United Kingdom
\and Dimitriadis G.}


author = {E. A. Newsholme and G. Dimitriadis},
title = {\href{run:EA01.pdf}{Integration of biochemical and physiologic effects of insulin on glucose metabolism}},
journal = {Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology \& Diabetes},
year = {2001},
volume = {109 Suppl 2},
pages = {S122-34},
note = {Review}}

I want this cite \cite{EA01} to link a list of references, as seen in the picture.

Best Answer

It seems that this code will do what you ask in general terms via biblatex. I feel that it works in a relatively streamlined fashion, although it could certainly use some code optimization to get things working consistently with existing conventions. Among other things, if you have invalid references, they will not be noted with the standard ?? in the document... just something to watch out for.

Here, we define a new command:


The end result is to have refsections for each chapter, which isolate the numbering schemes in biblatex. Then, we use refsegments within each section, \nocite the references in each segment (relating all of the citations to a single "reference"), and manually mark the superscript as a footnotemark.

As a result of this style (as requested, as far as I could tell), regular footnotes would obviously have a clash with footnote numbering. As I think of it now, this could be alleviated by using a citation mark such as \textsuperscript{[\therefsegment]} to put citations in brackets, while footnotes would remain without brackets. Stylistic preferences must prevail here.

The result

page1 page2

The code






This is cited before a section.\refcite{worman,wilde,piccato}

This is cited in a section.\refcite{companion,ctan}

\section*{References for Chapter~\thechapter}

This is the first citation.\refcite{wilde,pines}

This is the second citation.\refcite{moraux}

\section*{References for Chapter~\thechapter}

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