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Revision as of 14:01, 23 January 2015


The template PlanckPapers produces references for Planck papers in the text. There are three differences between this template and the BibCite.

  • PlanckPapers creates in the text a direct link to the papers being cited;
  • With PlanckPapers, it is possible to create a link to a specific page of the paper;
  • With PlanckPapers it is possible to create a link with text defined by the user;

The syntax of PlanckPapers is


where the thre parameters are as follows:

label used to cite the paper in LaTeX;
(optional parameter) page number where the paper paper should open when the user clicks on the link. When this parameter is not provided the paperwill open in page 1;
(optional parameter) text of the link to the paper. If not supplied the default text is one of Planck-2013-X, Planck-Early-X or Planck-Int-X or Planck-PreLaunch-X, for the Planck 2013 papers, Planck early papers, Planck internediate papers or Planck pre launch papers. The X stands for a roman numeral identifying the paper being cited;


Citing a paper using all the default values for optional parameters

What you type


How it appears

A very interesting result can be found in Planck-2013-I[1].

Citing a paper and opening it in a given page

What you type


How it appears

On the other hand in Planck-Early-I[2] a demonstration is given of a most interesting fact.

In this case the paper opens in page 10.

Citing a paper with a custom link

What you type

{{PlanckPapers|planck2013-p09||isotropy and statistics paper}}

How it appears

On the other hand it is shown in the isotropy and statistics paper[3] the above mentioned result is rubish.

Note that in this last case, the second argument (the page number where the paper should open) does not need to have a value and it is perfectly fine for the corresponding slot in the template syntax (delimited by the || in the template syntax) to be emtpy. It is however mandatory to use the two | in order for the template to be interpreted correctly.

Displaying the list of references at the end of the page

Have a look at BibCite.


  1. Planck 2013 results. I. Overview of Products and Results, Planck Collaboration, 2014, A&A, 571, A1.
  2. Planck early results. I. The Planck mission, Planck Collaboration I, A&A, 536, A1, (2011).
  3. Planck 2013 results. XXIII. Isotropy and statistics of the CMB, Planck Collaboration, 2014, A&A, 571, A23.