[texhax] BiBTeX Support?

Kurt Schneider Kurt.Schneider at uni-duesseldorf.de
Sat Oct 29 11:03:23 CEST 2005

To:       support at tug.org
From:      Kurt.Schneider at uni-duesseldorf.de
Date:     10/29/2005
Subject:  BiBTeX Support?

Dear TeX fellows,

I've got a problem that has surely an available
solution, albeit I'm unable to find it.

I need a bst file for BibTeXing that conforms
to Nature's rules, that is, citing by superscript
instead of [1], [2], no title in the bibliography,
all authors, except if there are more than 5,
etc. etc. The guidelines are as follows
(extracted from http://www.nature.com/nature/authors/gta/index.html):

5.4 References

In preparing reference lists, please ensure that:
Authors are listed surname first, followed by a
comma and initials of given names.  All authors
are included in reference lists unless there are
more than five, in which case only the first author
should be given, followed by 'et al.'.

Titles of all cited articles are given in upright,
not italic text. The first word of the title is capitalized,
the title written exactly as it appears in the work cited,
ending with a full stop. Book titles are italic with all
main words capitalized. Journal titles are italic and
abbreviated according to common usage (see
published issues of Nature).

Volume numbers are bold. The publisher and city of
publication are required for books cited.

References to online-only journals are in the style:
authors, article title and journal name as above,
followed by url in full - or doi if known - and the year
of publication in parentheses.

References to websites are in the style: authors (if
known), title of cited page, url in full, and year of
posting in parentheses.

Do you know if there is any bst file around that
conforms to these rules?

Many thanks for your assistance!

Best regards

Kurt Schneider

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