Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Harvard-style referencing using Latex and Mendeley

I needed to use Harvard-style referencing for my thesis and ran into some trouble as I was using Mendeley to generate my bibliography. The way that worked for me in the end was to use the natbib latex package with the \bibliographystyle{agsm} command. I copied the local version to my working directory and edited the write URL function to

FUNCTION {write.url}
    { skip$ }

to get rid of the links to webpages that were appearing in my output. I had a lot of unusual (Russian) names in my references which were giving errors, so I edited the final .bbl file (not the .bib created by mendeley) manually to replace troublesome characters and errors.

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