In some cases it is helpful to provide a reference to another publication. Setting up references in this Wiki is simple. For example, you might want to say that Ortúzar and Willumsen have written a good travel demand modeling handbook. This is how you could do it:

A good handbook on travel modeling has been written by Ortúzar and Willumsen<ref name="ortuzarWillumsen2011">Ortúzar, Juan de Dios and Willumsen Luis G. (2011) Modelling Transport. London: Wiley.</ref>.

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On your page, there will appear a small number where you put the reference, and at the end of the page there will be a list of your references. It looks like this:

A good handbook on travel modeling has been written by Ortúzar and Willumsen[1].

References

  1. Ortúzar, Juan de Dios and Willumsen Luis G. (2011) Modelling Transport. London: Wiley.

Since we have given a name to this reference (name="ortuzarWillumsen2011"), which technically is optional but useful, we can also cite this reference twice without repeating it in the reference list. Just repeat

<ref name="ortuzarWillumsen2011"></ref>

in your text wherever you want to use this same reference again.