# [texhax] Question about the overcite package

John Wheeler jcw at chemj2.ucsd.edu
Thu Mar 30 19:54:39 CEST 2006

Check the documentation of overcite.
Doesn't
\citen{REFERENCE}
produce the online version and
\cite{REFERENCE}
produce the superscript version?
That's what I seem to recall looking at a manuscript I produced that needed
the same flexibility.
I don't recall whether this declaration before \begin{document}
was necessary for that or accomplished something else:
\makeatletter \def\@cite#1{\textsuperscript{(#1)}}\makeatother
John Wheeler
jcw at chemj2.ucsd.edu
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>Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 14:57:29 -0800 (PST)
>From: "Julie S. Biteen" <jsbiteen at its.caltech.edu>
>
>
>Hi,
>
>I'm using the overcite package to get superscripted references.  But
>sometimes within the paper, I want to refer to a reference wihtout it
being superscript.
>
>For example, in general, I would write, "This agrees with previous
>experiments in bla bla bla," and want that to be followed by a superscript
>number for the reference with the previous experiments.  But every so
>often, I want to say, "This curve is a fit to the data in Ref. x", and I
>don't want the x to be a superscript... Is there a way to do this (other
>than manually)?
>
>Thanks,
>
>Julie
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