If you’d like to list your references sorted in reverse chronological order do the following:
Download this bibliography style file and save it in the same directory as your TeX file (or in
Include your bibliography as follows:
This is most commonly used in CV’s. If that’s what you’re using it for, here are a few other things you might want to do.
I looked at the differences between the
plainyr.bst (which should both be in your standard BibTeX installation), and then adapted the arXiv’s habbrv.bst.
A similar trick should work for your your favourite style file.
The references show up in a section called “References”. To change the section title, use
This bibstyle just saved my ~8 hours of work! Many thanks!
Just put the .bst file in the folder where .tex file is located.