Council of Science Editors Reference Style
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Implementation of the Council of Science Editors (CSE) reference style. There are three versions of this style:
- Citation Sequence: numeric in-text citation based on the order of appearance in the text;
- Name Sequence: numeric in-text citation based on the position of the source within the alphabetically ordered bibliography;
- Name Year: classic author-date citation system.
Currently, only an implementation of the first two is available.
As the current version of the bibliography tools in Word 2007 does not support to order a bibliography and use the position as in-text citation, the
tool is needed to achieve the
version of the style.
11 Sorin WV. Optical Reflectometry for Component Characterization. In: Derickson D,
editor. Fiber Optic Test and Measurement. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice-Hall; 1998.
12 Anderson JB, Tepe K. Properties of the Tailbiting BCJR Decoder. In: Codes, Systems
and Graphical Models. New York: Springer-Verlag; 2000.
13 Hedelin P, Knagenhjelm P, Skoglund M. Theory for Transmission of Vector Quantization
Data. In: Kleijn WB, Paliwal KK, editors. Speech Coding and Synthesis. Amsterdam: Elsevier
Science; 1995. p. 347-396.
- CSECitSeq.xsl - Citation Sequence version of the style.
- CSENameSeq.xsl - Name Sequence version of the style.
Both files can be found in the
The current versions of the style support the following types and subtypes:
To use the subtypes (e.g. Thesis)
, enter the data using the base type
and set the Type
field of the source to the value of the subtype
- You can change the surrounding brackets for in-text citations by changing the contents of the
openbracket and closebracket elements.
- You can change the look of the numbers in the first column of the bibliography by changing the
format element of the first column (column id="1"). Note that you have to do this for each type separately. Some examples are:
<!-- Number between square brackets (current implementation). Example: 1 -->
<!-- Number between round brackets. Example: (1) -->
<!-- Number followed by a period. Example: 1. -->