Thanks Robert.

It probably depends on whether you cite your bibliographic references in the text of your essay, or only a part of them.

Iím working now on the bib files, so I can consider having a single bib for all essays, or split bib files (maybe cleaner).


What I would do anyway is to make a subsection or a subject ďReferences" after each essay, add the references that I have not cited in my text as \nocite[key] and finish with  \placepublications[criterium=cite]. 

Hmm, Iím tweaking a test like this, but Iím getting a single ref section on top, including both citations.

\setupbibtex[database={cim2014template},sort=author]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]
  
\starttext 
this is a test\cite{malham19953d}
\placepublications[criterium=cite]
\page

% readd or not? Doesn't change
\setupbibtex[database={cim2014template},sort=author]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]
  
Now another\cite{SoDAICMC}
\placepublications[criterium=cite]

\stoptext 


I should perhaps add that I always process my projects without using the bib-module. I separately make the necessary .bbl-files, which I linput before \starttext. It gives me a lot of flexibility. 


Could you provide a minimal example?

Iíve never used ConTeXt for this, and Iím a bit stuck

Thanks a lot!

Best

-a-






I hope this helps.

Best regards,
Robert Blackstone


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