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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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My suggestion is probably not applicable to presentations using a lot of citations, or using them on a lot of pages (but then, I think a good presentation shouldn't cite too much, so it's okay). In … basic [1], [2,3] citation style. Also it could be a good idea to include the list of most important citations on the last slide (maybe not showing it in the presentation, but useful for possible …
answered Feb 11 '14 by penelope
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This happens to me often. I have several tips that I use when writing: the placement: it should not be in a section / chapter explaining your work, algorithm, method, findings. Probably, it'll be in …
answered Mar 23 '13 by penelope
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Let me add my two cents in there: the main point of the references is to give context to your work (as suggested by multiple answers already). It's also about justifying the validity of techniques you …
answered Nov 15 '13 by penelope
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I think Nikolas' answer is already pretty great. I'm not doing physics, but I'll try and stay as general as I can. Here's some specific advice I got from my supervisor and things I realized while doin …
answered Feb 4 '14 by penelope
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When using an online library, tool, framework or something similar, what is the proper way to reference it in an article? (I work in Computer Science). For example, I want to say that many popular im …
asked Feb 26 '14 by penelope
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From the formulation of your question, to me it seems your main concern is if it is polite to send an e-mail to the address you were never explicitly given, but instead found it on your own Googling. …
answered Jan 5 '13 by penelope
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I had done something similar during my PhD (upon advice by my supervisors). I'll explain my situation as it seems similar to yours (though you only told us about the similarities but not the differenc …
answered Apr 20 '18 by penelope