endnote file for Stat-JR citation?

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yongjookim78
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endnote file for Stat-JR citation?

Post by yongjookim78 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 3:41 pm

Hello,

I just installed Stat-JR 1.0.4 and found the citation information as this:
"Charlton, C.M.J., Michaelides, D.T., Parker, R.M.A., Cameron, B., Szmaragd, C., Yang, H., Zhang, Z., Frazer, A.J., Goldstein, H., Jones, K., Leckie, G., Moreau, L. and Browne, W.J. (2016) Stat-JR version 1.0.4. Centre for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol & Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton."

I am wondering whether there is an endnote export file of this citation information? It would be really helpful to me!

Best wishes,
Yongjoo

ChrisCharlton
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Re: endnote file for Stat-JR citation?

Post by ChrisCharlton » Fri Aug 11, 2017 10:00 pm

We don't provide this directly, however if you search for the package on Google Scholar (i.e. https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?q= ... _sdt=0%2C5) and click the cite link then it should provide the citation in a number of different formats including Endnote. Note that the version of the citation is a little older than the one you found, but is should only differ in the referenced version number.

yongjookim78
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Re: endnote file for Stat-JR citation?

Post by yongjookim78 » Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:06 am

So helpful! Just downloaded it from Google Scholar and then manually updated it based on the most recent citation information! Thanks so much!
Best,
Yongjoo

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