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Alternate Citation Formats

 

An of version 3.23 (September, 2013), alternate formats for all citations are available. This lets you cut-and-paste text from Flutopedia into the reference list of your publication or for citations on Wikipedia. Formats are linked directly after each citation to their corresponding entry on another web page in the specific format. Note that these alternate citation formats do not have links to Google Scholar (Search Google Scholar) or any content (Local PDF content and Link to a Web site buttons). The alternate formats are:

  • Flutopedia format citation Flutopedia style citation, with no Abstract or auxiliary information. These are generally more verbose and descriptive than the other formats. All titles in Title Case. Examples:
    • Article: Fname I. Lname, Fname I. Lname, and Fname I. Lname. “Article Title”, Journal, Volume 1, Number 2, January 1, 1967, pages 946–951. Publication 6059203 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).
    • Book: Fname I. Lname. Book Title, published by Publisher, Location, 1916, viii + 87 pages with 150 illustrations, ISBN 0-7141-0919-3 (978-0-7141-0919-0), hardcover.
    • Thesis: Fname I. Lname. Dissertation Title, Doctoral dissertation – University of Oxford, 1976, 762 pages.
    • Recording: Fname I. Lname. Recording Title, published by the Record Company, 13-673, 2 tracks, 2002, total time 71:53, EAN 4-006408-136736.
  • APA format citation Style used by the APA (American Psychological Association), version 6. Used in Education, Psychology, and the Sciences. All titles in Sentence case. Examples:
    • Article: Lname, F. I., Lname, F. I., & Lname, F. I. (1967). Article title, Journal, 1(2), 946–951. Publication 6059203 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).
    • Book: Lname, F. I. (1916). Book title. Location: Publisher.
    • Thesis: Lname, F. I. (1976). Dissertation title (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oxford).
    • Recording: Lname, F. I. Recording title. Location: Record Company, 13-673.
  • Chicago format citation Chicago 16th edition / Turabian 7th edition style citations. The author-date sub-format is used. Generally used in Business, History, and the Fine Arts. The author-date sub-format has long been used in the physical, natural, and social sciences. This is a documentation syle that has been published by the Chicago University Press since 1906. This citation style incorporates rules of grammer and punctutation common in American English. See The Chicago Manual of Style Online. All titles in Title Case. Examples:
    • Article: Lname, Fname I., Lname, Fname I., and Lname, Fname I. 1967. “Article Title”, Journal 1:946–51. Publication 6059203 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).
    • Book: Lname, Fname I. 1916. Book Title. Location: Publisher.
    • Thesis: Lname, Fname I. 1976. Dissertation Title (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oxford).
    • Recording: Lname, Fname I. Recording Title, Location: Record Company, 13-673.
  • MLA format citation Style used by the MLA (Modern Language Association), 7th edition. Used in the Humanities. All titles in Title Case. Examples:
    • Article: Lname, Fname I., Lname, Fname I., and Lname, Fname I. “Article Title.” Journal 1.2 (1967): 946–951. Publication 6059203 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).
    • Book: Lname, Fname I. Book Title. Location: Publisher, 1916. Print.
    • Thesis: Lname, Fname I. Dissertation Title (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oxford), 1976.
    • Recording: Lname, Fname I. Recording Title, Location: Record Company, 13-673.
  • Wikipedia format citation Style used in Wikitext language by Wikipedia. This allows you to cut and paste references directly from Flutopedia when editing Wikipedia articles. For an overview of the various citation formats used, see the Wikipedia Citation Templates resource. Some examples:
    • Article:
      <ref name="citationTag">
      {{cite journal
      | author1 = …
      | author2 = …
      | title = …
      | journal = …
      | volume = …
      | issue = …
      | publisher = …
      | place = …
      | month = …
      | year = …
      | pages = …
      | doi = …
      | accessdate = …
      | origyear = …
      }}
      </ref>
    • Book:
      <ref name="citationTag">
      {{cite book
      | author1 = …
      | author2 = …
      | title = …
      | volume = …
      | publisher = …
      | place = …
      | month = …
      | year = …
      | isbn = …
      | accessdate = …
      | origyear = …
      }}
      </ref>
    • Thesis:
      <ref name="citationTag">
      {{cite thesis
      | author1 = …
      | title = …
      | type = M.A. or other …
      | publisher = Institution …
      | month = …
      | year = …
      | accessdate = …
      }}
      </ref>
    • Patent:
      <ref name="citationTag">
      {{cite book
      | invent1 = …
      | invent2 = …
      | title = …
      | country = US …
      | number = …
      | gdate = date granted …
      }}
      </ref>
    • Recording:
      <ref name="citationTag">
      {{cite book
      | author1 = …
      | author2 = …
      | title = …
      | series = …
      | publisher = record company …
      | date =…
      }}
      </ref>
  • BibTeX format citation BibTeX formation citations are under development. The core reference document for BibTeX format is [Patashnik 1988] BibTeXing. Note that we do not assume that the use of the LaTeX “url” package, which is often used to improve the formatting of web addresses. If you use “\usepackage{url}” in your LaTeX source code preamble, then you may wish to convert occurances of “http:…” to “\url{http:…}”.
    Some examples:
    • Article:
      @Article{
        author1 = "…",
        author2 = "…",
        title = "…",
        journal = "…",
        volume = "…",
        issue = "…",
        publisher = "…",
        place = "…",
        month = "…",
        year = "…",
        pages = "…",
        doi = "…",
        accessdate = "…",
        origyear = "…",
      }
    • Book:
      @Book{
        author1 = "…",
        author2 = "…",
        title = "…",
        volume = "…",
        publisher = "…",
        place = "…",
        month = "…",
        year = "…",
        isbn = "…",
        accessdate = "…",
        origyear = "…",
      }
    • Thesis:
      @Mastersthesis OR @Phdthesis{
        author1 = "…",
        title = "…",
        type = "M.A. or other …",
        publisher = "Institution …",
        month = "…",
        year = "…",
        accessdate = "…",
      }
    • Patent:
      @misc{
        invent1 = "…",
        invent2 = "…",
        title = "…",
        country = US "…",
        number = "…",
        gdate = "date granted …",
      }
    • Recording:
      @misc{
        author1 = "…",
        author2 = "…",
        title = "…",
        series = "…",
        publisher = "record company …",
        date = "…"
      }

 
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