Answered By: Leif Pierson Last Updated: Jan 11, 2017 Views: 65
Depending on the database, there may be help for citing your source. For example, Ebsco databases have links on the right side of the main record of an article. Click on "Cite" to see citations for that article, or "Print" for citation styles for that article that are printable. Other types of databases are different. In STAT!Ref, for example, many sources have a "Bibliography" link on the upper right side that provides the basic information you need to cite an article. In that case, you will have to find out what style of citation (such as "AMA") to use and how to arrange the information in your citation.