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Find a citation style

Citavi offers many citation styles that have been created according to the manuscript guidelines of journals, publishers or specialist societies.

How to select a style is described in the chapter Changing the citation style. You can find out how to request new citation styles in the Basics chapter.

Systematics

The styles follow different citation methods:

Examples

Citation method

German speaking

English speaking

Proof in the text: author year

DGPs

APA

Proof in the text: number in superscript
Order as quoted

Ergomed

American Medical Association

Proof in the text: number in superscript
Order as in the alphabetically sorted bibliography

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CSE Council of Science Editors

Proof in the text: number in round brackets
Order as quoted

DIN ISO 690

Vancouver

Proof in the text: number in round brackets
Order as in the alphabetically sorted bibliography

Veterinary practice

Renal Physiology

Proof in the text: number in square brackets
Order as quoted

Forum

Springer Basic Number

Proof in the text: number in square brackets
Order as in the alphabetically sorted bibliography

Blood alcohol

Springer Soc Psych Number

Proof in the text: short document

LNI, Quotation Pages (de)

LNI (s)

Evidence in footnotes: author year

Ebster, Stalzer (Notes)

BABESH

Evidence in footnotes: full receipt

Techniques of literary studies

Chicago Manual of Style (Notes)

Evidence in footnotes: Brief evidence

Brink

Oxford (Author-Title)

tip

This PDF file presents the most commonly used citation styles with examples.

Find a citation style

Occasionally you are looking for a citation style that you only know certain characteristics of, e.g. B. the names of the authors in the bibliography should appear in bold and the name of a journal in italics in the bibliography. The citation style finder helps you to filter out those styles from the set of available citation styles that come as close as possible to your ideas. So you can use one of the suggested styles directly or make even minor adjustments so that the citation style corresponds to your wishes in every detail.

  1. From the Citation menu, choose Citation Styles> Change Citation Style.
  2. Click Find and Add Style.
  3. Click on Advanced Search.
  4. Describe the style based on selected criteria. With each further description, the number of possible citation styles is reduced.

example

For example, you are looking for a citation style that only inserts reference numbers in the text and shows journal articles in the bibliography as follows:

Doe J, Miller PR, Smith A. A question of style. Journ of Acad Writing. 2008; 1: 88-92.

With the correct answers (here marked with an asterisk *) to the following questions you will find the right citation style:

  • Language of style?
    German | English * | French etc.
  • Where do the references appear?
    Doesn't matter | In the text and in the bibliography * | In footnotes and in the bibliography | In footnotes only
  • In what form do the abbreviations appear in the text and / or footnote?
    Doesn't matter * | Author year, e.g. (Smith 2008) | Reference numbers, e.g. [14] | Abbreviation, e.g. [Smi08]
  • How are the reference numbers incremented?
    Doesn't matter * | Chronologically in the order of the citation | In the order of the sorted bibliography
  • In what order do the first and last names of the first author appear in the full record?
    Doesn't matter | Last name only | Surname First name * | first name Last Name
  • What is the separator between the author names?
    Doesn't matter | Comma * | Semicolon | Slash | Other
  • How are the surnames highlighted?
    Doesn't matter | No additional formatting | Fat * | Italic | In small caps
  • In what form do the first names appear?
    Doesn't matter | Written out: Jane Marie | Abbreviated: J. M. | Abbreviated without a point: J M | Abbreviated with period, compact: J.M. | Abbreviated without point, compact: JM *
  • In what form do the titles of the monographs appear in the full list?
    Doesn't matter * | Neutral | Neutral and in quotes | Italic | Italics and quotation marks
  • Is the publisher named?
    Doesn't matter * | Yes | No
  • Is the edition mentioned?
    Doesn't matter * | Yes | Yes, as a superscript number for the year of publication
  • In what form do the titles of journal articles appear in the full list?
    Doesn't matter | Neutral * | Neutral and in quotes | Italic | Italics and quotation marks
  • In what form do the names of magazines appear?
    Doesn't matter | Full name | Full name, italic | Abbreviated name | Abbreviated name in italics *

You can find another example in this video.

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