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Excellent work so far, or so it seems to this amateur. My little family went to the zoo a few weeks ago and saw a lot of bonobos... --Larry Sanger 13:22, 18 April 2008 (CDT)

I am sorely tempted to insert a joke here. But I agree, it is good work. --Robert W King 13:28, 18 April 2008 (CDT)

using reference names

When you use references multiple times, you can use the naming feature, to clean up the reference list and reduce typing, like this for the first occurance:

(note: the nowiki tags are only so I can show the actual text used, if you edit this page you will see I have the references doubled, once with nowiki to display the text, and the second to actually work as a reference)

<ref name=Patt>{{cite journal | author = Patt, S.L. & Schoolery, J.N. | title = Attached Proton Test for Carbon-13 NMR | journal = J. Magn. Reson. | volume = 46 | pages = 535-539 | year = 1982 }}</ref>[1]

and like this for the second and subsequent occurances:

<ref name=Patt/> [1]

Giving reference list that looks like this:


  1. 1.0 1.1 Patt, S.L. & Schoolery, J.N. (1982). "Attached Proton Test for Carbon-13 NMR". J. Magn. Reson. 46: 535-539.

David E. Volk 11:47, 8 June 2008 (CDT)