Creating a bibliography is made easy in LaTeX through the use of packages such as bibtex, biber, natbib and biblatex which allow the automatic generation of the reference list in the chosen style (e.g. in that required by the academic journal you’re submitting your article to). Here we present some example documents to help you see how to set up a bibliography in LaTeX to achieve the reference and citation style required.
This example shows how to automatically generate citations and a bibliography with biblatex and biber.
Biblatex and biber work together to automatically format references and citations like the older cite or natbib and bibtex tool chain, but they offer more powerful and easier to use formatting and better support for special characters (unicode).
For a full list of biblatex styles, see the user guide in the biblatex manual.
Annotated Bibliography template for Georgia Tech CS-6460 Assignment 5 (Collecting your sources). Citations are in SIGCHI format. Credit for creating this template goes to Brady Hurlburt, I just exposed it as an Overleaf template. Original files can be found at https://github.gatech.edu/bhurlburt3/bibentry-example
This is a skeleton file demonstrating the use of the IEEEtran.cls style with an IEEE journal paper, and with example bibliography files included.
These bibliography files are includes to provide one example of how to set up a bibliography for your IEEE paper.
For more information on using bibtex for references in your IEEE journal papers, see this FAQ.
IEEEtran.cls version: 1.8b
The natbib package provides automatic numbering, sorting and formatting of in text citations and bibliographic references in LaTeX. It supports both numeric and author-year citation styles.
The natbib package is the most commonly used package for handling references in LaTeX, and it is very functional, but the more modern biblatex package is also worth a look.