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at the top of the page where a bibliography reference is desired.  Linking, italicization, etc. will be done automatically.<!--, as will the adding of the page to the [[:Category:Articles|Articles]], and the appropriate [[:Category:Articles by journal|journal]] and [[:Category:Articles by year|year]] of publication categories.--> Note that the parameters here can themselves contain markup such as external web links or LaTeX math symbols.
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at the top of the page where a bibliography reference is desired.  Linking, italicization, etc. will be done automatically, as will the adding of the page to the [[:Category:Articles|Articles]], and the appropriate [[:Category:Articles by journal|journal]] and [[:Category:Articles by year|year]] of publication categories.  Note that the parameters here can themselves contain markup such as external web links or LaTeX math symbols.
  
 
For an example of this template in action, see [[Aa2002]].
 
For an example of this template in action, see [[Aa2002]].

Latest revision as of 05:35, 11 March 2009


How to use this template

Insert the text

{{Article 
 | author = <list of authors> 
 | title = <title> 
 | journal = <journal> 
 | jvol = <journal volume> 
 | number = <issue number (optional, currently not used)> 
 | jpage = <journal pages> 
 | year = <year of publication> 
 | arxivid = <arXiv number (optional)> 
 | mathsciid = <mathsci number (optional)> 
}}

at the top of the page where a bibliography reference is desired. Linking, italicization, etc. will be done automatically, as will the adding of the page to the Articles, and the appropriate journal and year of publication categories. Note that the parameters here can themselves contain markup such as external web links or LaTeX math symbols.

For an example of this template in action, see Aa2002.