01-12-2018 01:23 AM
Hello Endnote Users,
I have an unusual name I need to cite. In the original article, there are three authors identified as follows.
G. A. Brinkman
The fourth author is identified as:
J. Th. Veenboer
This is strange. If they are abbreviating all words that are not in the last name, why is the second word "Th."?
The citation style I am using collapses all names except the last to first initials:
G. A. Brinkman, J. Visser, L. Lindner, J. T. Veenboer.....
Is there anyway to tell endnote that the "T." should be "Th."?
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01-12-2018 10:36 AM
You could try the following to treat that name as a Corporate Author and enter the name as
J. Th. Veenboer,
The comma at the end will force EndNote to display the author as it is typed.
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If that does not resolve the issue then
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01-12-2018 11:20 AM
Very few of my own references include full names, so I guess if I were faced with this, I would use an output style that doesn't abbreviate the names, and the exact way they are listed, would be output. However, how is the name listed in Pubmed? A quick search showed it indexed as JT not J Th. so what makes you believe it should be Th. ?
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01-12-2018 02:02 PM - edited 01-12-2018 02:04 PM
Unfortunately, I am forced to use a specific style.
Good question. I assume "Th." is correct because it is what is printed on the pdf of the article. I believe PubMed is just struggling with formatting as I am.
I am learning that many of the citation data that can be downloaded from journal websites has errors. I trust the PDF.