Template:Cite paper/doc

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This is the documentation page for Template:Cite paper/doc.
When it is viewed directly, links using variables may appear broken; do not replace these with hardcoded page names or URLs.

Usage summary

{{cite paper |last= |first= |authorlink= |title= |version= |publisher= |date= |url= |format= |id= |accessdate= }}

or

{{cite paper
  | first = 
  | last = 
  | authorlink = 
  | title = 
  | version = 
  | publisher = 
  | date = 
  | url = 
  | format = 
  | id = 
  | accessdate = 
}}


Tools

See Wikipedia:Citing sources#Tools for a list of tools which can help create a reference in the 'cite paper' format.

Notes

  • Template 'Cite journal' allows more details to be entered and may be more appropriate if the paper was published in a journal.
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