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Research Data: Data Sources

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DataCite recommends the following format for citing datasets:

Creator (PublicationYear): Title. Publisher. Identifier

 

Additional information should be added if available:

Creator (PublicationYear): Title. Version. Publisher. ResourceType. Identifier

 

Source: Starr, J., & Gastl, A. (2011). isCitedBy: A metadata scheme for DataCite. D-Lib Magazine, 17(1/2). doi:10.1045/january2011-starr

Examples created with CrossCite for the following dataset: http://datadryad.org/resource/doi:10.5061/dryad.712

 

APA

Sieg, Annette E, O’Connor, Michael P, McNair, James N, Grant, Bruce W, and Agosta, Salvatore J. (2009). Data from: Mammalian metabolic allometry: do intraspecific variation, phylogeny, and regression models matter? Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.712

 

MLA

Sieg, Annette E et al. “Data from: Mammalian Metabolic Allometry: Do Intraspecific Variation, Phylogeny, and Regression Models Matter?” 2009. <http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.712>.

 

Chicago (bibliography)

Sieg, Annette E, O’Connor, Michael P, McNair, James N, Grant, Bruce W, and Agosta, Salvatore J. “Data from: Mammalian Metabolic Allometry: Do Intraspecific Variation, Phylogeny, and Regression Models Matter?” Dryad Digital Repository, 2009. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.712.

 

Dryad recommended

Sieg AE, O'Connor MP, McNair JN, Grant BW, Agosta SJ (2009) Data from: Mammalian metabolic allometry: do intraspecific variation, phylogeny, and regression models matter? Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.712

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