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Editing Chicago Style

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Hello,

 

So I have the following (bibliography section):

 

doi: website.example

 

How can I replace the 'doi:' with 'URL:' IF an actual URL is used instead of the DOI? Is it possible?

 

Thank you

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Re: Editing Chicago Style

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Well, I have been playing around with it. 

 

So far I've managed to get the 'doi:' to not display IF it doesn't exist.

 

eg: URL: website.example 

 

However, now I get both 'doi:' and 'url:' if both exist. hahaha

 

e.g. doi: 10.1004x    &    URL: doi.org/10.1004x

 

EDIT: OK, I found the solution.

 

"Journal Article" 

 

Author. "Title." [In Language] `Review of` Reviewed Item|. |. Journal Volume|, no. Issue| (|Date |Year|)|: Pages|, `doi:`DOI| 

 

Then I went into "Field Substitutions" and checked the box "If the DOI field is empty, use:"

and I put the following in the textbox: |, `URL:`URL

 

Works perfectly. If there is a DOI, then only the doi shows. If there is no DOI, then ONLY the URL: field shows, and the url itself.

 

 

 

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Re: Editing Chicago Style

had started (6 hrs ago, LOL) a reply and got side tracked.  Sorry.  See you found the solution combining the different fields for different info and the substitute options!  

(long time Endnote user)