Statistics

Databases, other than the Key databases, used by the Department to find statistics-related material — especially in other disciplines.

Additional reference works

Additional e-book encyclopedias, handbooks, and dictionaries may be found in the Catalogue or via the full-text databases listed above.
For example:

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For addition sources, especially marketing and economic data, see the Statistics and numeric data list maintained by the Library's Business and Economics Information Services team.

The Department does not have an officially mandated referencing style. Check whether your tutor or supervisor has any specific requirements. Similarly, if submitting research for publication, many journals specify a particular style that must be used.

Referencing software makes it easier and faster to keep track of your references and to cite them in the correct style.

Support

  • Referencing
    Access a range of tools and support material to assist your referencing work.

Examples

  • Quick©ite
    Use this interactive tool to view examples of references.
    Covers a range of styles used at the University of Auckland.

BibTeX

Most referencing software (including RefWorks, EndNote, and Mendeley) allow you to export all your existing references to BibTeX format.
Many scientific databases have BibTeX as an output option — If not, upload those results to RefWorks (or other viable software), then export to BibTeX.


Last updated : 12 October 2018
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