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In preparing this manual, we consulted references and surveyed data citation guides, map citation guides and other more general style guides currently available on the Internet and in libraries.

Data citation guides

Auringer Wood, Alberta. 1996. Bibliographic Citations for Data Files. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Dodd, Sue A. 1990. Bibliographic References for Computer Files in the Social Sciences: A Discussion Paper. Revised May 1990. (accessed accessed February 17, 2009). Also published in IASSIST Quarterly. 1990. Vol. 14, no. 2. p. 14–17.

——. 1979. "Bibliographic references for numeric social science data files: Suggested guidelines." Journal of the American Society for Information Science. Vol. 30, no. 2. p. 77–82.

Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). No date. Citing Electronic Data Files. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Ruus, Laine. 2004. "Citing data and statistics files in computer-readable form: A quick review." "How do I cite the data in my bibliography?" Question 52 in UT/DLS: Commonly Asked Questions. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Ruus, Laine G. and Anne Bombak. 1994. "Bibliographic citations for computer files." 5th draft edition. How to Cite Computer Files. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Map citation guides

Brock University Map Library. 2004. References: 2001 Census of Canada Mapping. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Carter Peoples, Deborah. 2004. Citing Maps. Ohio Wesleyan University Libraries. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Clark, Suzanne M. and Mary Lynette Larsgaard. 1992. Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide. Chicago, Illinois. American Library Association. 23 p. Map and Geography Round Table Circular, no. 1.

McMaster University Libraries. Lloyd Reeds Map Collection. 2004. Guide to Citing Maps and Atlases. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Other style guides

American Psychological Association (APA). 2001. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 5th edition. Washington, D.C. 439 p.

Council of Science Editors. 2006. Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors and Publishers. 7th edition. Reston, Virginia. Council of Science Editors. 680 p. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Garner, Diane L. and Diane H. Smith. 1993. The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources: A Manual for Writers and Librarians. Revised edition. Bethesda, Maryland. Congressional Information Service, Inc. 222 p.

Gibaldi, Joseph. 2003. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th edition. New York, New York. Modern Language Association of America. 361 p.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO). 1997. Information and Documentation, Bibliographic References, Part 2: Electronic Documents or Parts Thereof. 1st edition. Geneva, Switzerland. 18 ISO 690-2: 1997(E).

——. 1987. Documentation, Bibliographic References, Content, Form and Structure. 2nd edition. Geneva, Switzerland. 11 ISO 690: 1987(E).

Li, Xia. 1996. Electronic Styles: A Handbook for Citing Electronic Information. 2nd edition. Medford, New Jersey. Information Today, inc. 213 p.

University of Chicago. 2003. The Chicago Manual of Style. 15th edition. Chicago, Illinois. University of Chicago Press. 984 p.

Thibault, Danielle. 1990. Bibliographic Style Manual. Ottawa, Ontario. National Library of Canada. 194 p.

——. 1998. "Electronic Documents." Bibliographic Style Manual. Ottawa, Ontario. National Library of Canada. 7 p.

Tong, Josie. 2004. Citation Style Guides for Internet and Electronic Sources. (accessed February 17, 2009).

Turabian, Kate L. 1996. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses and Dissertations. 6th edition. Chicago, Illinois. University of Chicago Press. 308 p.

United Nations (UN). 2003. Electronic References: Editorial Guidelines. Draft no. 9 of unpublished report (DGACM|2003|...). Terminology and Reference Service. Documentation Division. UN Department for General Assembly and Conference Management. 29 p. May.

Walker, Janice R. and Todd Taylor. 1998. The Columbia Guide to Online Style. New York, New York. Columbia University Press. 218 p.

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