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Style Manuals in Print
The following style manuals are available at the Syracuse University Libraries. Click on the title for location and availability information.
There are many, many citation styles in addition to the four covered by this guide. Many professional and scholarly organizations, for example, have developed style and publication guidelines especially adapted to their particular disciplines.
While it is impossible to discuss all the citation options available, the following list provides a small sample of other citation styles you may wish to consider.
Citing Data and Software
The following links provide guidelines and examples for citing data and software.
Explains importance of citing data and provides recommended format for data citation.
Software Citation Principles (Force11)
This paper provides software citation principles across disciplines as well as background information. DOI: 10.7717/peerj-cs.86
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