I get this when I start to compile my bib file. I saved it in the same place as my tex file. I didn't leave any spaces in the title. I think I closed to brackets but It won't even start the command.

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I get this when I start to compile my bib file. I saved it in the same place as my tex file. I didn't leave any spaces in the title. I think I closed to brackets but It won't even start the command.

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For placing in my tex file I used the following
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So even if in the tex file it does not build?
No, It becomes those question marks. (?)
Did you run build twice? 1x is to catalog things, 2x is to build into the \(\LaTeX\)
How do you build it twice?
I pressed quick build plenty of times. Like many times.
Aaah... kk... hern. It does not like something. Did you just fix the { } or did you try the " " like it shows on the bibtex site?
I did fix the {} but I have not tried quotations yet.
While in the tex file, click the pulldown for build and select bibtex. Build. Switch back to quick build, build.
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ok let me try that and I will aso delete all those log and aux files too?
Used the example files here: http://shelah.logic.at/eindex.html
The firs build was basically same as yours, but the bibtex build and the 2 after it show how the compiled bibtex is added into the pdf.
Oh, and they did not have quotes all over. So just the { } may be all you needed. =/ Like I said, never used bibtex before... hehe. But I understand how machines work so I can find errors pretty fast.
! Emergency stop.<> ...top/latexProjects/Chemistrylab3/chm3.bibEnd of file on the terminal!! ==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced! What does that mean?
top/latexProjects/Chemistrylab3/chm3.bibEnd <=== Are you running this on the bib file?
yes
Run while the tex file is open. Even the bibtex build should be run while the tex file is open.
Process started This is BibTeX, Version 0.99d (MiKTeX 2.9) The top-level auxiliary file: lab3.aux The style file: plainnat.bst Database file #1: chm3.bib I was expecting a `,' or a `}'---line 6 of file chm3.bib : : pages = {3-1-3-10} (Error may have been on previous line) I'm skipping whatever remains of this entry Warning--I didn't find a database entry for "lab3" Warning--to sort, need author, editor, or key in c:1 Warning--empty author and editor in c:1 (There was 1 error message) Process exited normally
year = {2013} Note: No comma. =)
This is BibTeX, Version 0.99d (MiKTeX 2.9) The top-level auxiliary file: lab3.aux The style file: plainnat.bst Database file #1: chm3.bib Warning--to sort, need author, editor, or key in c:1 Warning--empty author and editor in c:1 (There were 2 warnings) Process exited normally
Warnings are not critical errors. So try the quick build.
I get these weird looking citations
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It is in green highlights
http://timmurphy.org/2011/02/15/using-an-organisation-name-as-an-author-in-bibtex/
Normally it takes {Lastname, First} and reformats it. ``` @article{Sh:1, author = {Shelah, Saharon}, ams-subject = {(02.50)}, journal = {Israel Journal of Mathematics}, review = {MR 40-7102}, pages = {187--202}, title = {Stable theories}, volume = {7}, year = {1969}, }, @article{small, author = {Freely, I.P.}, title = {A small paper}, journal = {The journal of small papers}, year = 1997, volume = {-1}, note = {to appear}, } ``` You need to format in that way unless you use " " to override it.
I used your format but the University of Toronto cite is still wrong.
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You put it in quotes like that site said?
what do you mean?
From that web site: ``` BibTeX is great in that it ensures all of the entries are output in the same style. The most noticeable formatting change is the Author field; John Smith becomes Smith, J for example. Useful, unless your author is not a normal name. Let’s say that you’ve got an article written by the Reserve Bank of Australia. If you put this as the author, you’ll get something like Australia, R. B. of. which doesn’t make much sense. Luckily, there’s a way to get the author’s name printed verbatim – by surrounding it in "{...}" For example: @MISC{rba, ... , author = "{Reserve Bank of Australia}", ... } will print out the author correctly. ``` Note where the quotes are.
Your amazing !!!
I take it it worked then... LOL
I am having problems with my online citation
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Hmm, well, if it is still like the file, that is the one without an author.
I just needed to find the Ka value for Formic acid to three significant digits so I searched online for it.
Yah.
Compiled from Appendix 5 Chem 1A, B, C Lab Manual and Zumdahl 6th Ed. The pKa values for organic acids can be found in Appendix II of Bruice 5th Ed. The author is listed as CLAS, well, CLAS is: http://clas.sa.ucsb.edu/
Or at least they collected the info from the other source.
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