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Databases.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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The international consortium known as DataCite released the DC Data Citation Principles 17 and recommends the following for data citation: 1. Importance Data should be considered legitimate, citable products of research. Data citations should be accorded the same importance in the scholarly record as citations of other research objects, such as publications....

DOI.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Many publishers are using other less transient identifiers instead of, or in addition to, URLs. Among these are the DOI (digital object identifier) and the PMID (PubMed identification number). The DOI system “provides an infrastructure for persistent unique identification of objects of any type.”14...
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Electronic References.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

in AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors (11th ed.)

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Electronic references are much more common since the publication of the 10th edition of this manual. Many journal articles are now published online before appearing in a printed publication with traditional pagination and volume and issue numbers. The internet has allowed publishers to use more innovative means to disseminate information, including interactive content, supplements, podcasts, and videos. Because electronic references are ubiquitous, examples have been integrated throughout this revised chapter where appropriate. ...

Email and Electronic Mailing List (LISTSERV) Messages.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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References to email and electronic mailing list messages, like those to other forms of personal communications (see 3.13.9, Special Materials, Meeting Presentations and Other Unpublished Material), should be listed parenthetically in the text rather than in the reference list and should include the name and highest academic degree(s) of the person who sent the message, his/her affiliation, and the date the message was sent. Note: As with all personal communications, permission should be obtained from the author....

Government/Organization Reports.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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These reports are treated much like electronic journal and book references: use journal style for articles and book style for monographs. Note: Of the dates published, updated, and accessed, often only the accessed date will be available. 1. Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics. Older Americans 2012: key indicators of well-being. Accessed March 3, 2016. ...

Legal References.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Legal references cited online contain the same basic information as legal references cited in print (see 3.16, US Legal References), with the addition of the URL and the accessed date. 1. Drug Quality and Security Act, HR 3204, 113th Cong (2013). Pub L No. 113-54. Accessed September 15, 2015. ...

News Releases.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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Citations to news releases take the following format: 1. Dying in pursuit of the news. News release. Associated Press; March 30, 2015. 2. Device reduces risk of brain injury after heart valve replacement. News release. JAMA For the Media. August 4, 2016. Accessed August 18, 2016. ...

PMID.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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The PMID is assigned to the journal articles cited in PubMed and is a part of the PubMed citation. To find an article, a reader can enter the PMID in the “search” box on the PubMed website (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/). The PII (publisher item identifier) is a unique identifier used by some journal publishers to identify documents. Although the DOI is commonly published with an article or ...

Social Media.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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As new modalities of social media have emerged, a mechanism for citing these different outputs is useful. Social media are fluid and temporary, and in scientific reporting, a better citation is likely available. Some suggestions for citing various popular social media follow. ■ Facebook 1....

Software Manual or Guide.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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In citing a software manual or guide, use the following form, which follows that for citation of a book (see 3.12.1, References to Books, Complete Data). 1. Siechert C, Bott E. Inside Out: Microsoft Office 2013 Edition. Microsoft Press; 2013. Previous | Next

Software.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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To cite software, use the following form: 1. Epi Info. Version 7.1.5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2015. Accessed March 14, 2016. http://www.cdc.gov/epiinfo 2. Stata 14. Version 14. StataCorp; 2015. Accessed March 14, 2016. http://www.stata.com/ Software need not always be cited in the reference list; for example, it may be cited in the text if it is mentioned in the Statistical Analysis subsection of the Methods section. The following is an example of an in-text citation for software:...

Websites.  

Lauren Fischer and Paul Frank

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In citing data from a website, include the following elements, if available, in the order shown: ■ Authors’ surnames and initials, if given (the names of all authors should be given unless there are more than 6, in which case the names of the first 3 authors are used, followed by “et al”), or name of the group...

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