02-08-2017 05:08 PM
Hi. Actually, it is another question. I am writing a paper and it is happening something weird. For example: the first time I mention a paper it is perfect (Rosa et ., 2016). But the second time the citation changes for Rosa, Borstad, 2016. The references are not duplicate at the end of the paper. But, they are changing inside the text. Could you help me? have you ever seen it?
02-09-2017 09:54 AM
02-16-2017 01:51 AM
I downloaded Endotes X7 and using CWYW with output style Chicago 16th A. Successful in entering the unformatted references into my document. Then I go to Endnotes, and select 'Update Citations & Bibliography' or 'Configure Bibliography' then I see unformatted references disappear from the document.
Is this similar to what you are seeing?
06-13-2017 02:04 AM
I want to resolve following situation:
Major classes of olfactory system molecules, which control insect behaviour include odorant-binding proteins (OBPs; (Pelosi et al., 2006; Vogt, 2003; Vogt and Riddiford, 1981; Zhou, 2010), odour receptors ….
where I need to take out teh paraanthesis jut before "Pelosi...".
As there will be more work on citations, I want to keep CWYW ON
Who can heltp whats step sto undertake to succeed with this ?
Many thanks !!!
06-13-2017 08:08 AM - edited 06-13-2017 08:10 AM
If this is what you need:
(OBPs; Pelosi et al., 2006; Vogt, 2003; Vogt and Riddiford, 1981; Zhou, 2010)
You can click on the citation, go to Edit and Manage Citations, and put the text (OBPs; ) in the Prefix field (remember a space after the semicolon). This will put the text before the citations within the parenthesis.