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CDU Library Referencing Guide: Other Styles

Find your referencing style and learn how to reference correctly

Other Styles

IEEE is a numbering style. A numbered list of references is placed at the end of the text.

There is a Style Manual available.  For more information check out the IEEE's Author Digital toolbox.

Always confirm the required style with your lecturer.

IEEE- The University of Sydney

IEEE - Murdoch University

The Chicago Author-Date referencing style has two basic systems of documentation:

  • the footnote and endnote or the notes and bibliography style, often used in humanities
  • the author-date style.

A numeric citation system, commonly used in medical and scientific journals.

Referencing in Vancouver Citation Style requires:

  • a number in the body of your paper.
  • at the end of your work, a numbered list of the references used.
  • numbering in ascending sequence, either in brackets or in superscript.

The definitive guide to Vancouver referencing was developed by the National Library of Medicine in the US. The others are examples from other university libraries. Each are slightly different so it is important to be consistent with whichever version you follow.

The Vancouver system takes its name from a meeting in Vancouver, Canada in 1978 that led to the establishment of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. (ICMJE) This was further developed by the National Library of Medicine in the U.S whose version "should be considered as the authoritative style" according to the British Medical Association. (BMA)

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