[texhax] Two bibliographies in one paper.

Rolf Turner r.turner at auckland.ac.nz
Sat Sep 8 12:10:49 CEST 2018


I am trying to create a template for "discussion papers" for the journal 
of which I am Technical Editor.

For such papers the initial part consists of the paper being discussed.
This is followed by the comments made by each of a number of discussants.

I need to produce two "reference sections", one headed "References", 
immediately following the initial part of the paper, and another, at the 
end of the paper, headed "References in the discussion".  The first 
reference section should list the sources cited in the paper proper 
(i.e. in the initial part) and the second reference section should list
the sources cited by the discussants.  There may be some overlap between 
the two.

After doing some Googling I found out about the biblatex package, and
thought this might accommodate my needs.  But it doesn't.  For one 
thing, biblatex is incompatible with the *.bst style files used by 
bibtex, and I need to use the Journal's bibliography style, specified by

There may be other issues as well, but the foregoing one brought me to a 
shuddering halt.

Can anyone suggest a way by means of which I can achieve my goal?  If 
substantial code writing is required --- well that's OK, I guess. 
Provided that you can give me a clear and explicit recipe that can be 
understood by a Bear of Very Little Brain.

Grateful for any pointers.


Rolf Turner

Technical Editor ANZJS
Department of Statistics
University of Auckland
Phone: +64-9-373-7599 ext. 88276

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