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.
Help & how-to (2019) refers to several style guides; pick a
suitable style and use it consistently. Especially
see its section "Why cite?".
- If your report or presentation uses an active format such as PDF
or HTML, URLs in citations should be clickable.
- For citations, submit a working link to a freely-readable
copy if available, and also submit a working link to a URL based on
object identifiers (DOIs) if available.
For more about DOIs, see
is a persistent URL? What is a DOI? (2017).
Here is an example citation
- Verbraeken J, Wolting M, Katzy J, Kloppenburg J, Verbelen T,
survey on distributed machine learning.
ACM Comput Surv. 2020;53(2):28.
Breaking this citation down:
As the web page you're reading is not a scientific report, it
doesn't cite scholarly articles and the citations below do not use
Vancouver format. You can use these citations as a sample style for