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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Date and time: Mon, 20 Jul 2020 14:39:39 GMT
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: