Template:Conference paper

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The Conference paper template is for a scientific article (paper) published in a conference proceedings. It will automatically add the paper to the.

The template will contruct a infobox on the right side of the page, render the fields with relevant links as well as add the page to the. It will also construct COinS to the page.

It is encouraged to put the template on the very top of the page.

An example page with the template is Amygdala volume marks the acute state in the early course of depression.

[edit] Usage

{{Conference paper
 | title = 
 | author1 = 
 | author2 = 
 | author3 = 
 | booktitle = 
 | editor1 = 
 | editor2 = 
 | year = 
 | month = 
 | volume = 
 | issue = 
 | publisher = 
 | address = 
 | pages = 
 | doi =
 | pmid =
 | citeulike = 
 | msacademic = 
 | url1 = 
 | url2 = 
}}

[edit] Fields

acawiki 
Title as AcaWiki
address 
Site of the publisher
author1 
First author. Use the "correct" name ordering, e.g., Gitte Moos Knudsen, rather than "Knudsen, GM".
author2 
Second author. Multiple authors can be described this way: author3, author4, and so on...
booktitle 
Title of the book where the conference article was published
citeulike 
Integer identifier for citeulike
doi 
Digital Object Identifier for the article. A web-link via http://dx.doi.org is automatically created.
editor1 
Editor of of the book/proceedings
msacademic 
Identifier for Microsoft Academic Search
month 
Month of the journal as text, e.g., May.
publisher 
Publisher of, e.g., the conference proceeding book
pages 
Pages in the journal for the article, e.g., 84-87.
pmid 
PubMed identifier
title 
Title of the article. The words in the title should be lowercase except for the very first letter and letter of abbreviations and prober pronouns.
url1 
Web-link to the article (a defined doi will also create a weblink.
url2 
Another web-link
volume 
Volume of the book, e.g., 7.
year 
Year where the article is attributed to, e.g., 1997. Note that the year of the electronic edition, and the actual year of publication may be different from the year attributed (i.e., the year written on the journal front page).

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