[NTG-context] Multiple bibliographies (bib-module, mkiv)

Peng Zhang pczhang at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 17:13:48 CEST 2014

Hi Robert,

Thank you very much for this workaround! It does work. Would it be 
possible that I can make two fake/invisible sections? (without showing 
primary sources and secondary sources in your example)

I am doing my CV. I just want two separate reference lists, one for 
journal and one for published abstracts.

I am copying the CV template from wiki.





I want something like
\SUBCVHEAD{Pulished Journal Articles}

list 1
\SUBCVHEAD{Pulished Abstracts}
list 2

Could I put two fake/invisible sections within those subcvhead?


On 04/07/2014 10:34 AM, Robert Blackstone wrote:
> On 7 Apr 2014, at 12:00 , Peng Zhang <pczhang at gmail.com 
> <mailto:pczhang at gmail.com>> wrote
>> I am searching for a solution where I can use two different sources of
>> bib files separately. I found that the same question was asked before at
>> this mail list. Since it was few years old, could I ask if there is any
>> new work done towards it?
>> Thanks!
>> Peng
>> http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2010/048290.html
> Hello Peng,
> For a Bibliography with  separate sections you can use the following 
> work-around:
> Suppose you want a section "primary sources", for which you have the 
> bibfile, say, ps.bib, and a section "secundary sources", for which 
> have the bibfile ss.bib.
> The first step is tro to make for each of them a .bbl-file with, what 
> I would call, a  "bbl-generator.tex":
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> \setupbibtex[database=ps.bib,sort=author]
> %\setupbibtex[database=ss.bib,sort=author]
> \setuppublications[alternative=apa] %or any other style
> \starttext
> \stoptext
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> This can be processed with mkii or mkiv. It generates a lot of 
> auxiliary files, including an empty pdf, but the only important one is 
> "bbl-generator.bbl", which you rename to ps.bbl or ss.bbl according to 
> which of the two bib-files you used.(= did not comment out)
> The other files you need are two .tex-files with the complete set of 
> \nocite[]'s of the two databases. Personally I never used \nocite{*}. 
> If you use a Mac with BibDesk it is quite easy to make such a file. It 
> gives you some extra flexibility.
> You can then generate the sectioned bibliography with:
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> \input(Your setups, including those for your Bibliography setup)
> \starttext
> \startchapter[bookmark=,label=,list=,marking=,reference=Bibliography,title={Bibliography}
> \section{Primary sources}
> \input ps.bbl
> \input ps-nocite.tex
> \placepublications[criterium=cite]
> \section{Secundary sources}
> \input ss.bbl
> \input ss-nocite.tex
> \placepublications[criterium=cite]
> \stopchapter
> \stoptext
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> That's all.
> I hope it works for you.
> Best regards,
> Robert Blackstone
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