Generating citations and bibligraphic references using generic or CSL styles
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Citing resources is becoming more and more relevant in view of rising academic pressures to publish.
Proper referencing plays an important role in scholarly communication, but each publication prescribes its own citation style format.
This can be most burdensome if done manually, particularly if you have to deal with multiple journals or publishers.
- Generic styles are universal and cover most requirements
- download and select a CSL style to generate citations for a specific target publication
- different CSL styles require different variables - missing ones (highlighted in red) can be edited directly in the citation window