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Data citation is becoming more and more straightforward, but there are still some things that make citing data different than citing other types of information. Below are some resources for learning how to format data citations. If you have any questions about data citation contact a librarian for help.
Online Style Guides
Chicago Manual of Style
The CMOS online is a searchable resource based on the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition for citing sources and writing styles. It also contains tools, i.e., sample forms, letters and style sheets.
What is Zotero?
Zotero is a citation management tool that is available as a stand-alone program or an extenstion of the Firefox browser:
- Create a personal database of references
- Import references from multiple databases
- Organize and manage references
- Store and organize article PDFs
- Share references
- Access your library from any computer (set-up required)
- Format bibliographies
For more about citing
FSU Citation Guide
For more information on how to cite materials check out the FSU Citation Guide!