I’m trying to find a style that would suits my need, but it’s hard. I was wondering if there was another way outside trial and error in a library with thousands of options.
I use a lot of grey litterature and most of my cited documents are available online. In EndNote, I always reference the URL where I found the document. I want the URL to be visible in the references at the end of my paper so people can have easy access to it. I’m also avoiding styles that show as “Author Date” in the text, because it often causes governmental documents to be shown as “H. Canada 2020” instead of “Health Canada 2020” which is silly. A style that would show the full name of the author would be fine. If not possible, I go for numbered styles. I tried footnotes, but they don’t show in my document, so that’s not right.
The preview in EndNote doesn’t show me how the style looks in the text and doesn’t show me if the URL is visible or not. I don’t know how I could easily find a style that suits my needs. Is there an easier way? Trying them out one by one is just plain not functional.