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Questions about when to cite a certain work, which work to cite, etc. For questions on formatting a given citation, use [citation-style].

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I am writing my undergrad Bachelor's thesis in computational physics where I do C++ programming. In some C++ books, I read some things that were quite useful during programming, but they do not have a …
asked Apr 19 '14 by Martin Ueding
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While reading papers I have found some paper where multiple papers are listed in a single reference: In the text, this is woven in with “The Cornell group [3] …”. Other papers have something like t …
asked Oct 31 '16 by Martin Ueding
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When I write something that contains formulas, I only number the ones that I refer to myself. However, I found that some books or papers just number ever single formula. And that makes it really easy …
asked Apr 29 '14 by Martin Ueding
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I have a paper with autors A, B, C and D. Their names appear sorted by last name, so the order of the authors does not really say anything about their role in the paper. When I cite this with the sty …
asked Mar 16 '15 by Martin Ueding
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A colleague of mine who also writes a master thesis in lattice QCD (theoretical/computational physics) asked me to make him a few simple figures with TikZ. They show a fundamental concept and are not …
asked Dec 3 '16 by Martin Ueding