Citation Metadata

You can provide citation data for Quarto documents in the document front matter. The citation options are based upon the Citation Style Language (CSL) specification for items, but as YAML (rather than XML).

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citation:
  type: article-journal
  container-title: ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems
  volume: 21
  issue: 2
  date: 3/2022
  issn: 1539-9087
  doi: 10.1145/3514174
---

Citation

abstract

Abstract of the item (e.g. the abstract of a journal article)

accessed

Date the item has been accessed.

annote

Short markup, decoration, or annotation to the item (e.g., to indicate items included in a review);

For descriptive text (e.g., in an annotated bibliography), use note instead

archive

Archive storing the item

archive-collection

Collection the item is part of within an archive.

archive-location

Storage location within an archive (e.g. a box and folder number).

archive-place

Geographic location of the archive.

author

The author(s) of the item.

authority

Issuing or judicial authority (e.g. “USPTO” for a patent, “Fairfax Circuit Court” for a legal case).

available-date

Date the item was initially available (e.g. the online publication date of a journal article before its formal publication date; the date a treaty was made available for signing).

call-number

Call number (to locate the item in a library).

chair

The person leading the session containing a presentation (e.g. the organizer of the container-title of a speech).

chapter-number

Chapter number (e.g. chapter number in a book; track number on an album).

citation-key

Identifier of the item in the input data file (analogous to BiTeX entrykey);

Use this variable to facilitate conversion between word-processor and plain-text writing systems; For an identifer intended as formatted output label for a citation (e.g. “Ferr78”), use citation-label instead

citation-label

Label identifying the item in in-text citations of label styles (e.g. “Ferr78”);

May be assigned by the CSL processor based on item metadata; For the identifier of the item in the input data file, use citation-key instead

collection-editor

Editor of the collection holding the item (e.g. the series editor for a book).

collection-number

Number identifying the collection holding the item (e.g. the series number for a book)

collection-title

Title of the collection holding the item (e.g. the series title for a book; the lecture series title for a presentation).

compiler

Person compiling or selecting material for an item from the works of various persons or bodies (e.g. for an anthology).

composer

Composer (e.g. of a musical score).

container-author

Author of the container holding the item (e.g. the book author for a book chapter).

container-title

Title of the container holding the item (e.g. the book title for a book chapter, the journal title for a journal article; the album title for a recording; the session title for multi-part presentation at a conference)

contributor

A minor contributor to the item; typically cited using “with” before the name when listed in a bibliography.

curator

Curator of an exhibit or collection (e.g. in a museum).

dimensions

Physical (e.g. size) or temporal (e.g. running time) dimensions of the item.

director

Director (e.g. of a film).

division

Minor subdivision of a court with a jurisdiction for a legal item

doi

Digital Object Identifier (e.g. “10.1128/AEM.02591-07”)

edition

(Container) edition holding the item (e.g. “3” when citing a chapter in the third edition of a book).

editor

The editor of the item.

editorial-director

Managing editor (“Directeur de la Publication” in French).

editor-translator

Combined editor and translator of a work.

The citation processory must be automatically generate if editor and translator variables are identical; May also be provided directly in item data.

event-date

Date the event related to an item took place.

event-title

Name of the event related to the item (e.g. the conference name when citing a conference paper; the meeting where presentation was made).

event-place

Geographic location of the event related to the item (e.g. “Amsterdam, The Netherlands”).

executive-producer

Executive producer of the item (e.g. of a television series).

genre

Type, class, or subtype of the item (e.g. “Doctoral dissertation” for a PhD thesis; “NIH Publication” for an NIH technical report);

Do not use for topical descriptions or categories (e.g. “adventure” for an adventure movie)

guest

Guest (e.g. on a TV show or podcast).

host

Host of the item (e.g. of a TV show or podcast).

illustrator

Illustrator (e.g. of a children’s book or graphic novel).

interviewer

Interviewer (e.g. of an interview).

isbn

International Standard Book Number (e.g. “978-3-8474-1017-1”).

issn

International Standard Serial Number.

issue

Issue number of the item or container holding the item (e.g. “5” when citing a journal article from journal volume 2, issue 5);

Use volume-title for the title of the issue, if any.

issued

Date the item was issued/published.

jurisdiction

Geographic scope of relevance (e.g. “US” for a US patent; the court hearing a legal case).

keyword

Keyword(s) or tag(s) attached to the item.

language

The language of the item;

Should be entered as an ISO 639-1 two-letter language code (e.g. “en”, “zh”), optionally with a two-letter locale code (e.g. “de-DE”, “de-AT”)

license

The license information applicable to an item (e.g. the license an article or software is released under; the copyright information for an item; the classification status of a document)

locator

A cite-specific pinpointer within the item (e.g. a page number within a book, or a volume in a multi-volume work).

Must be accompanied in the input data by a label indicating the locator type (see the Locators term list).

medium

Description of the item’s format or medium (e.g. “CD”, “DVD”, “Album”, etc.)

narrator

Narrator (e.g. of an audio book).

note

Descriptive text or notes about an item (e.g. in an annotated bibliography).

number

Number identifying the item (e.g. a report number).

number-of-pages

Total number of pages of the cited item.

number-of-volumes

Total number of volumes, used when citing multi-volume books and such.

organizer

Organizer of an event (e.g. organizer of a workshop or conference).

original-author

The original creator of a work (e.g. the form of the author name listed on the original version of a book; the historical author of a work; the original songwriter or performer for a musical piece; the original developer or programmer for a piece of software; the original author of an adapted work such as a book adapted into a screenplay)

original-date

Issue date of the original version.

original-publisher

Original publisher, for items that have been republished by a different publisher.

original-publisher-place

Geographic location of the original publisher (e.g. “London, UK”).

original-title

Title of the original version (e.g. “Война и мир”, the untranslated Russian title of “War and Peace”).

page

Range of pages the item (e.g. a journal article) covers in a container (e.g. a journal issue).

page-first

First page of the range of pages the item (e.g. a journal article) covers in a container (e.g. a journal issue).

page-last

Last page of the range of pages the item (e.g. a journal article) covers in a container (e.g. a journal issue).

part-number

Number of the specific part of the item being cited (e.g. part 2 of a journal article).

Use part-title for the title of the part, if any.

part-title

Title of the specific part of an item being cited.

performer

Performer of an item (e.g. an actor appearing in a film; a muscian performing a piece of music).

pmcid

PubMed Central reference number.

pmid

PubMed reference number.

printing-number

Printing number of the item or container holding the item.

producer

Producer (e.g. of a television or radio broadcast).

publisher

The publisher of the item.

publisher-place

The geographic location of the publisher.

recipient

Recipient (e.g. of a letter).

references
reviewed-author

Author of the item reviewed by the current item.

reviewed-genre

Type of the item being reviewed by the current item (e.g. book, film).

reviewed-title

Title of the item reviewed by the current item.

scale

Scale of e.g. a map or model.

script-writer

Writer of a script or screenplay (e.g. of a film).

section

Section of the item or container holding the item (e.g. “§2.0.1” for a law; “politics” for a newspaper article).

series-creator

Creator of a series (e.g. of a television series).

source

Source from whence the item originates (e.g. a library catalog or database).

status

Publication status of the item (e.g. “forthcoming”; “in press”; “advance online publication”; “retracted”)

submitted

Date the item (e.g. a manuscript) was submitted for publication.

supplement-number

Supplement number of the item or container holding the item (e.g. for secondary legal items that are regularly updated between editions).

title

The primary title of the item.

translator

Translator

type

The type of the item.

url

Uniform Resource Locator (e.g. “https://aem.asm.org/cgi/content/full/74/9/2766”)

version

Version of the item (e.g. “2.0.9” for a software program).

volume

Volume number of the item (e.g. “2” when citing volume 2 of a book) or the container holding the item (e.g. “2” when citing a chapter from volume 2 of a book).

Use volume-title for the title of the volume, if any.

volume-title

Title of the volume of the item or container holding the item.

Also use for titles of periodical special issues, special sections, and the like.

year-suffix

Disambiguating year suffix in author-date styles (e.g. “a” in “Doe, 1999a”).