author names

author names

author names

EndNote output styles can only format your data correctly if you have entered the data correctly in your library. Points to remember when entering data:

  • Enter each author on a separate line
    • Author entered as either Kerry Smith or Smith, Kerry
  • Double surnames must be entered using a comma: for example García Márquez, Gabriel
  • Corporate authors must be entered with a comma at end of name, for example: University of Queensland,
  • Corporate authors with a comma in the name need a double comma, for example: Department of Environment,, Land, Water and Planning

Author is Ru-Jye Chuang Reference citation style is Chuang, R.-J.
When citing an author with a hyphenated first name in order of appearance, use the first letter with period, then present the second letter preceded by a hyphen.

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Multiple authors need to be entered on separate lines within the Author field in your EndNote library. For example:
For single authors use the ‘First Name Surname’ or ‘Surname, First Initial’ formats. For example:

References:

http://guides.lib.wayne.edu/c.php?g=174728&p=2258585
http://plants.jstor.org/collection/PPERSK
http://libhelp.ncl.ac.uk/faq/177915
http://www.ctan.org/pkg/datetime

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