Link to a quick overview of citation styles - you may need to check with your supervisor/lecturer as to which one to use (choices are citation-notes, citation-sequence or name-year). Each is linked on the page.
The IEEE Editorial Style Manual page has a link to the 43 page IEEE Referencing Guide . There are also links on this page to the Journal and Magazine titles and abbreviations required when using this style.
This guide provides detailed referencing examples for Vancouver Referencing style. Including examples of in-text referencing, direct quotations and paraphrasing. Bibliography/Reference List instruction is available by selecting format type from the left of the screen.
The two major versions of Vancouver are AMA and Citing Medicine. There are minor variations between the two. The links on this page will assist you with using the Citing Medicine version of Vancouver.
If you come across any inconsistencies with the referencing examples in ART, send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important note: These guidelines have been designed to be used in university coursework, e.g. essays, reports, presentations. For work that is required to be published, or communicated to an audience wider than the University, please consult the appropriate publication manual, your publisher, the University Copyright Officer, and / or your research supervisor for guidance.