nature citation style

nature citation style

nature citation style

2. Login to your RefWorks account, select a few citations, then go through the steps to Create a Bibliography. Preview Output Style. open the drop menu box and scroll through the thousands of options till you find the journal.
1. Find the journal’s home page and look for a page entitled “information for authors” or something similar. For example for Nature the route is: For authors/Getting published in Nature/Manuscript FormattingGuide/5.4 References.

Nature citation style
Your citations will be inserted according to the active ‘Citation Style’. Styles are formatting rules set out by journals and publishers. In some cases the citation may contain details about the cited source, while other publications may only use a footnote number.
This will open an interface allowing you to select from a list of common styles. If the style you need isn’t listed, you can use the ‘Get More Styles’ tab to install it.

All the Nature journals state they use “standard Nature style”, and each is inconsistent about whether the publisher location is included or excluded articles (e.g., here is an example in Nature Communications without publisher cities https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05517-6). Not including the cities is more common across all journals.
Should we make an independent style?

Author’s Last Name, First Initial. Second Initial . (Year). Article title: Subtitle . Journal Title, Volume (issue), page range. doi:xx.xxxxxxxxxx
In-text Citation (Direct Quote):

References:

http://www.mendeley.com/guides/using-citation-editor/04-citation-styles
http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/76664/for-book-citation-in-nature-communications
http://libguides.ecu.edu/c.php?g=542497&p=3990579
http://www.springernature.com/gp/librarians/products/journals/nature-research-journals

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