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A Work in Progress, stay tuned
 
A Work in Progress, stay tuned
  
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==Notes==
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* [http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html Chicago Manual of Style]
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** [http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/qanda/data/faq/topics/Jr.Sr.III.html treatment of name suffixes] (III, Jr, Sr, etc.) I have removed commas before name suffixes --- and ending periods as well. Note: Women do not have last-name suffixes!
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* LaTeX issues: I am changing ...
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** single hyphens to three hyphens, which is LaTeX for an em-dash.
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** ALL CAPS? no! PROC to Proc;
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** any 3-letter procedure name I upcase, otherwise propcase.
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* 2015-12-01 Know Thy Data, is messy.
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I am finding what I expected: lots of OCR misreads.
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Anytime there are numbers in the title I check it.
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How does 2 end up as M? That's pretty consistent.
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What continues to amaze me is how often a list of multiple authors is out of order.
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==Template==
 
This is a template for an inproceedings reference.
 
This is a template for an inproceedings reference.
  

Revision as of 16:05, 1 December 2015

A Work in Progress, stay tuned

Notes

  • Chicago Manual of Style
    • treatment of name suffixes (III, Jr, Sr, etc.) I have removed commas before name suffixes --- and ending periods as well. Note: Women do not have last-name suffixes!
  • LaTeX issues: I am changing ...
    • single hyphens to three hyphens, which is LaTeX for an em-dash.
    • ALL CAPS? no! PROC to Proc;
    • any 3-letter procedure name I upcase, otherwise propcase.
  • 2015-12-01 Know Thy Data, is messy.

I am finding what I expected: lots of OCR misreads. Anytime there are numbers in the title I check it. How does 2 end up as M? That's pretty consistent.

What continues to amaze me is how often a list of multiple authors is out of order.

Template

This is a template for an inproceedings reference.

%% template-inproceedings-using-string
%% inproceedings: an article in a conference proceedings
%% The LaTeX Companion, 2e, pg 763
%% required: author, booktitle, title, year
%% optional: address, editor, month, note, number or volume,
%%           organization, pages, publisher, series, type,
%%           crossref=proceedings.key
@string{name.of.conference=
{Proceedings of the Annual Conference}}
@string{baseurlsugi1977={http://www.sascommunity.org/sugi/SUGI77/}}
@inproceedings{confname.confyear.papernumber,
 year     =1908,
 booktitle=name.of.conference,
 %% or:
 booktitle={Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference},
 title    ={This is the Paper-Title},
 author   ={Arther H. Presenter},
 note     ={8 pp., section ABC},
 url      ={http://www.tug.com/paper.pdf},
%% or:
 url=baseurlsugi1977 # {Sugi-77-14%20Burton.pdf},
 }

References

--Ronald_J._Fehd macro.maven == the radical programmer (talk) 10:45, 19 November 2015 (CST)