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6. If you propose to publish any work which reports the use of part or all of the Database, any Derivative Work or the code relating to any of them, the following papers written by the following authors should be cited:
(a) That part of the Statistical data included in the Database which has been taken from Robert Darnton, Corpus of Clandestine Literature in France, 1769-1789 (New York: Norton, 1995) is reproduced with the author’s permission on an open-access basis for non-commercial purposes and subject to due acknowledgment. For all other uses of this data, please contact Professor Robert Darnton;
(b) For the Database and its website as a whole, please use the following format: Simon Burrows, Mark Curran, Vincent Hiribarren, Sarah Kattau and Henry Merivale, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Project, 1769-1794 (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/, 20 June 2019) (“FBTEE Project”);
(c) To cite the online database content use the following authors and style: Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database, 1769-1794 (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface, 20 June 2019);
(d) To cite searches on the online database: Users who wish to cite material from the website in publications should, as with all internet publications, cite the URL (e.g. http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/copyright_quote.php) and the date on which the website was consulted;
(e) For simpler searches: Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database, 1769-1794 (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/, 20 June 2019, browse author: Voltaire);
(f) For more complex searches involving multiple restrictions and the options menu, users may prefer to cite the URL rather than the search terms: Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database, 1769-1794 (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/rank.php?t=keyword&n=10&e=rawsales&d1=01&m1=01&y1=1775&d2=31&m2=12&y2=1794&g=everywhere&d=table, 20 June 2019);
(g) For the maps use the following authors and style: Simon Burrows and Vincent Hiribarren, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database Maps (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/query_places.php?t=book&e=rawsales&id=spbk0000893&d1=01&m1=01&y1=1769&d2=31&m2=12&y2=1794&g=town&d=map, 20 June 2019);
(h) For subsequent references the following shorter form may be used: Burrows and Hiribarren, FBTEE Database Maps (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/query_places.php?t=book&e=rawsales&id=spbk0000893&d1=01&m1=01&y1=1769&d2=31&m2=12&y2=1794&g=town&d=map, 20 June 2019);
(i) For any other visualisation (both those generated by the database or found in the Visualisation Gallery or Website) use the following style and author: Vincent Hiribarren, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database Visualisations(http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/gallery/totalgraph/totalgraph.php, 020 June 2019);
(j) For subsequent references the following shorter form may be used: Hiribarren, The FBTEE Visualisations (http://fbtee.uws.edu.au/stn/interface/gallery/totalgraph/totalgraph.php, 20 June 2019);
(k) To cite queries made in the downloadable (customisable) edition of the database that cannot be replicated via our online interface, please use the following format:
Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database, 1769-1794, downloadable edition, [your query or URL goes here];
(l) Subsequent citations might be shortened to: Burrows and Curran, FBTEE database, downloadable edition;
(m) However, if your query involves your own customised data, the format should be as follows: Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Database, 1769-1794, downloadable edition, customised by [your name goes here] version [your version number or date of query goes here], [your query or URL goes here];
(n) If you wish to use statistics from Robert Darnton, Corpus of Clandestine Literature, please refer to paragraph 5(a), above;
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