01-05-2010 05:26 AM
I'm using a modified "Author-Date" style to format my bibliography in Word.
Yet, I'd like to add numbers to the alphabetically sorted bibliography, so that, finally, I can cite references in the text by using numbers (e.g. "2") instead of using names (e.g. "(Einstein et al. 1905)").
Consequently, the bibliography should look like this:
1 Curie M, 1902, ...
2 Einstein A, 1905, ....
3 Newton I, 1684, ...
Unfortunately I did not find a solution - can you help me out???
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01-05-2010 06:08 AM
It seems that you want a numbered style, in name-sequence order, instead of the more normal citation-sequence order.
There are some examples of such styles provided by EndNote. If you look at the style for "Physiological Reviews" you will see how to configure such a style. Look particularly at these sections of the style:
05-02-2021 11:08 AM
Since this style (Physiological Reviews) has changed recently,
I had to figure out another style with the same structure.
I found the style "Der Internist" and used it for my thesis. It is also in an alphabetical order but numbered as well.
Sincerly, Dana M. Spies