Resources for written reports and oral presentations
- Proper citations are a hallmark of any solidly written report,
and are often useful in other forms of publications.
and Style Guides (2013) refers to several style guides; pick a
suitable style and use it consistently. Especially
see its section "How to cite sources."
- For citations, submit a working link to a freely-readable
copy if available, and also submit a working link to a URL based on
Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) if available. Here is an example citation
The citation's title hyperlinks to a freely-readable resource
these versions are often preliminary or ephemeral or both, so
it's better to also include a DOI to the final, stable version even
if it's not freely readable, as shown in
to find a DOI and create permanent links to online
articles. The DOI reference in the above citation hyperlinks
- If your publication uses an active format such as PDF or HTML,
URLs should be clickable.
of Science Journal Title Abbreviations for a list of
reasonably-standard journal-title abbreviations.
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