BibTeX with abbreviations in journal names

Once upon a time, I was asked by the journal to provide references with journal names in abbreviations. i.e., Journal of the American Statistical Association should be J. Amer. Statist. Assoc. This is annoying because the journal entries in my BibTeX database are in full names. If I do a simple search and replace, it will be problematic again when other journals ask for full names.

I found a solution (or a workaround, to be precise) with BibTeX. See my BibTeX database page for a detailed explanation.

Others suggest using Biber (A BibTeX replacement for users of BibLaTeX) but I have not spent time on that yet.

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By Feng Li

Dr. Feng Li is an Associate Professor of Statistics in the School of Statistics and Mathematics at Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing, China. Feng obtained his Ph.D. degree in Statistics from Stockholm University, Sweden in 2013. His research interests include Bayesian computation, econometrics and forecasting, and distributed learning. His recent research output appeared in statistics and forecasting journals such as the International Journal of Forecasting and Statistical Analysis and Data Mining, AI journals such as Expert Systems with Applications, and medical journals such as BMJ Open.

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