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CSE / CBE book citation

CSE is most often used in the sciences. This includes biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, environmental sciences, geology, mathematics, nursing and health sciences, physics, and astronomy. Commonly used for citing sources like books, newspaper, journal articles as well as magazine articles from online database.

The Council of Science Editors (CSE) offers three systems of documentation. In all three systems, a reference list at the end of the paper provides all the information your reader needs to track down your sources. In-text references in your sentences show your reader which sources support the claims and information of that sentence. By using a free citation machine you may save your time creating citations for reference list in CSE format.

The CSE – Citation/Sequence in-text citation system is simple: It relies on numbers. Unlike the Name/Year system, no parenthetical information is required. All that’s needed is a superscripted number: a raised numeral located at the end of a clause or sentence identifying the content as outside source material.

The superscripted number flags the reader’s attention to a correspondingly numbered entry on a References list located at the end of a book or document.

 

The components of a reference for books in CSE style use free CSE citation generator, collect listed in the proper order elements:

  • Author(s);
  • Date;
  • Title;
  • Location;
  • Publisher;
  • Number of editions;
  • Pages.

 

If the article is anonymous, write “[Anonymous]” in place of the author.In case the author is an organization, give the organization’s name here.  If the organization has an abbreviation, put the abbreviation in brackets before its name, e.g. “[CBE] Council of Biology Editors.” Considering that you are citing the entire book, give the number of pages in the book (using digits, and counting the index, etc.) followed by “p.” Assuming if you only referred to selected pages of the book,  write “p ” followed by the page numbers here. For further information you may consult the CSE guidelines.