Referencing

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Table from a book

Reference list

Author AA. Title of book. # of edition. Place of publication: Publisher; year. Table number, table caption; page number

18. Porcari JP. Bryant CX. Comana F. Exercise Physiology. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis; 2015. 3, Criteria for waist circumference in adults; p651

In-text

Procari et al. (18) .....................................

Table of waist circumference measurements for women and men indicating risk category for each set of measurements from very low to very high

Table 1. .................................................(18)

Notes

  • Vancouver is a numbered system. All sources appearing in the reference list are listed in the order that they are first cited in the text (not alphabetically)
  • The reference list is a numbered list and should be single spaced with one line space between each entry
  • Only the author's initials are included regardless of the presentation of the author's name in the source document. Use no more than two initials
  • The citations here use round brackets, but square brackets, [1], or superscript¹ may also be used
  • The citation numbers are static. The same number should be used for the same source each time it is cited
  • Capitalise the first letter of the first word of the title only. The first word of the subtitle is not capitalised
  • In the In-text citation, the table number is the number in your assignment, not the number in the original document
  • For multiple authors, check the author layout table for in-text and Reference List format

Table from an ejournal article

Reference list

Author AA, Author BB, Author CC. Title of article. Abbreviated title of journal [Internet]. Date of publication YYYY Mon DD;volume number(issue number):page numbers. Table number, Table caption; [cited YYYY Mon DD]; p. number. Available from: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

19. Paul-Hus A, Díaz-Faes AA, Sainte-Marie M, Desrochers N, Costas R, & Larivière V. Beyond funding: Acknowledgement patterns in biomedical, natural and social sciences. Plos One [Internet]. Date of publication 2017 Oct 04; 12(10):1-14.Table 2, Relative contributions of the factor to the element for disciplines (expressed as a percentage); [cited 2018 Sep 18]; p6. Available from: doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0185578

In-text

Paul-Hus et al. (19) ................................

Table of disciplines and relative contribution of the factors to the disciplines expressed as a percentage

Table 3. ............................................ (19)

Notes

  • Vancouver is a numbered system. All sources appearing in the reference list are listed in the order that they are first cited in the text (not alphabetically)
  • The reference list is a numbered list and should be single spaced with one line space between each entry
  • Only the author's initials are included regardless of the presentation of the author's name in the source document. Use no more than two initials
  • The citations here use round brackets, but square brackets, [1], or superscript¹ may also be used
  • The citation numbers are static. The same number should be used for the same source each time it is cited
  • Capitalise the first letter of the first word of the title only. The first word of the subtitle is not capitalised
  • In the In-text citation, the table number is the number in your assignment, not the number in the original document
  • For multiple authors, check the author layout table for in-text and Reference List format

Table from a website

Reference list

Author AA, Author BB. Title of report [Internet]. Place of publication: Publisher; Date of publication [updated YYY abbr. Month DD; cited YYYY abbr. Month DD]. Report No.: Table No, Table name/description. Available from: http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

20. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Births, Australia, 2014 [Internet]. Canberra ACT: Australian Government; 2015 [updated 2016 April 5; cited 2016 May 9]. Cat. No.:3301.0. Table 1, Births registered, Summary statistics for Australia(a). Available from http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats%5Cabs@.nsf/0/F41B99AB234B2074CA25792F00161838?Opendocument

In-text

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (20) ......................................

Table of statistics for births, fertility, median age of mother and median age of father for 2006, 2015 and 2016.

Table 5. .......................................... (20)

Notes

  • Vancouver is a numbered system. All sources appearing in the reference list are listed in the order that they are first cited in the text (not alphabetically)
  • The reference list is a numbered list and should be single spaced with one line space between each entry
  • Only the author's initials are included regardless of the presentation of the author's name in the source document. Use no more than two initials
  • The citations here use round brackets, but square brackets, [1], or superscript¹ may also be used
  • The citation numbers are static. The same number should be used for the same source each time it is cited
  • Capitalise the first letter of the first word of the title only. The first word of the subtitle is not capitalised
  • In the In-text citation, the table number is the number in your assignment, not the number in the original document
  • For multiple authors, check the author layout table for in-text and Reference List format