Module talk:Citation/CS1/COinS

Used keys
Key Object Description cs1|2 meta-parameters[a]
Book Journal Dissertation Patent[b]
rft.appldate Yes FilingDate
rft.applnumber Yes PublicationNumber
rft.assignee Yes Assignee1
rft.atitle Yes Yes Article or chapter title Chapter, ChapterLink, ChapterURL
rft.au Yes Yes Yes Full name of a single author; repeatable AuthorList-First, AuthorList-Last
rft.aufirst Yes Yes Yes First author's given name or names and/or initials AuthorList-First (not duplicated in rft.au)
rft.aulast Yes Yes Yes First author's family name AuthorList-Last (not duplicated in rft.au)
rft.btitle Yes Book title Title, BookTitle
rft.cc Yes CountryCode
rft.chron Yes Enumeration or chronology in not-normalized form, i.e. "1st quarter". Where numeric dates are also available, place the numeric portion in the "date" Key. So a recorded date of publication of "1st quarter 1992" becomes date=1992&chron=1st quarter. Normalized indications of chronology can be provided in the ssn and quarter Keys.
rft.date Yes Yes Yes Yes Date of publication Date, Year; IssueDate
rft.degree Yes Degree Degree
rft.edition Yes Edition Edition
rft.eissn Yes ISSN for electronic version of the journal. Although there is no distinction by format in the assignment of ISSNs, some bibliographic services now carry both the ISSN for the paper version and a separate ISSN for the electronic version. This data element is included here to allow the OpenURL to carry both ISSNs and distinguish them.
rft.genre Yes       keyword: book cite book, encyclopedia; citation when Periodical not set
keyword: bookitem cite book; encyclopedia when Chapter set; citation when |encyclopedia= set
keyword: proceeding
keyword: conference cite conference when Periodical not set
keyword: report cite report, techreport
keyword: document
keyword: unknown
  • cite AV media, AV media notes, DVD notes, episode, mailinglist, map, newsgroup, podcast, serial, sign, speech
  • web when Periodical not set
  Yes     keyword: journal
keyword: issue
keyword: article
  • citation, cite conference, interview, press release when Periodical is set
  • journal, news
keyword: proceeding
keyword: conference cite conference when Periodical set
keyword: preprint cite arxiv, cite biorxiv
keyword: unknown cite web
rft.inst Yes Institution that issued the disseration, e.g. "University of California, Berkeley". Publisher
rft.inventor Yes Surname1
rft.isbn Yes Yes Yes ISBN
rft.issn Yes Yes ISSN
rft.issue Yes issue Issue
rft.jtitle Yes Journal title Periodical
rft.number Yes PublicationNumber
rft.pages Yes Yes Page number(s) Page, Pages, At
rft.place Yes Place of publication Place
rft.prioritydate Yes PriorityDate
rft.pub Yes Publisher Publisher
rft.pubdate Yes PublicationDate
rft.series Yes Series Series
rft.ssn Yes Season (chronology). Legitimate values are spring, summer, fall, winter
rft.title Yes Yes Title Title
rft.volume Yes Volume Volume
rft_id Yes Yes
  • rft_id=info:bibcode/<encoded-bibcode>
  • rft_id=info:doi/<encoded-doi>
  • rft_id=info:pmid/<encoded-pmid>
  • rft_id=<encoded-url>
rft_val_fmt Yes info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:book
Yes info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:journal
Yes info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:dissertation
Yes info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:patent
rfr_id Yes rfr_id=info:sid/en.wikipedia.org:
ctx_ver Yes ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004
  1. ^ See Module:Citation/CS1/Configuration, citation_config.aliases.
  2. ^ Supported by {{cite patent}} but not by cs1|2; listed here for completeness.


In this table, items that are marked are supported by the standard but not supported by cs1|2.

Unused keys
Key Object Description cs1|2 meta-parameters[a]
Book Journal Dissertation Patent[b]
rft.advisor No Dissertation advisor, e.g. "Prof. John H. James".
rft.applcc No Application country code; the country in which the patent application was made (mainly used for patents pending).
rft.appldate No Date of the patent application.
rft.applyear No Year the application was made.
rft.artnum No Article number assigned by the publisher. Article numbers are often generated for publications that do not have usable pagination, in particular electronic journal articles, i.e. "unifi000000090". A URL may be the only usable identifier for an online article, in which case the URL can be treated as an identifier for the article (i.e. "rft_id=http://www.firstmonday.org/ issues/issue6_2/odlyzko/ index.html").
rft.aucorp No Organization or corporation that is the author or creator of the book, i.e. "Mellon Foundation"
rft.auinit No No No First author's first and middle initials.
rft.auinit1 No No No First author's first initial.
rft.auinitm No No No First author's middle initial.
rft.ausuffix No No No First author's name suffix. Qualifiers on an author's name such as "Jr.", "III" are entered here. i.e. Smith, Fred Jr. is recorded as "ausuffux=jr"
rft.bici No Book Item and Component Identifier (BICI). BICI is a draft NISO standard.
rft.cc No Country of publication code, in ISO 2-character format, e.g. "US".
rft.co No No Country of publication, e.g. "United States".
rft.coden No CODEN
rft.epage No No Second (ending) page number of a start/end (spage-epage) pair.
rft.invfirst perhaps First or given name or names of the first inventor listed on the patent, e.g. "John J."
rft.invlast perhaps Family name of the first inventor listed on the patent, e.g. "Smith".
rft.kind No The patent kind code indicates the stage of the patent. Kind codes are meaningful within a country code, ie.e. "AU A1".
rft.part No Part can be a special subdivision of a volume or it can be the highest level division of the journal. Parts are often designated with letters or names, i.e. "B", "Supplement".
rft.quarter perhaps Quarter (chronology). Legitimate values are 1, 2, 3, 4.
rft.sici No Serial Item and Contribution Identifier (SICI)
rft.spage No No First page number of a start/end (spage-epage) pair. Note that pages are not always numeric.
rft.stitle No Abbreviated or short journal title
rft.title No Book title. Provided for compatibility with version 0.1. Prefer btitle.
rft.tpages No No Total pages. Total pages is the largest recorded number of pages, if this can be determined. I.e., "ix, 392 p." would be recorded as "392" in tpages. This data element is usually available only for monographs (books and printed reports). In some cases, tpages may not be numeric, i.e. "F36"
  1. ^ See Module:Citation/CS1/Configuration, citation_config.aliases.
  2. ^ Supported by {{cite patent}}

References

Wikipedia articles
COinS
Wikipedia:COinS
external sources
"OpenURL COinS: A Convention to Embed Bibliographic Metadata in HTML". Archived from the original on 2017-04-24.
"Registry for the OpenURL Framework - ANSI/NISO Z39.88-2004". OCLC. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-09-27.
"OpenURL Syntax Description" (PDF). OCLC. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-04-10. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
"Matrix defining the KEV Format to represent a journal publication". Archived from the original on 2007-02-11.
"Matrix defining the KEV Format to represent a book". Archived from the original on 2007-02-11.
"Matrix defining the KEV Format to represent a patent". Archived from the original on 2008-03-17.
"Matrix defining the KEV Format to represent a dissertation". Archived from the original on 2008-03-17.
""info" URI Scheme". info-uri.info. Archived from the original on 2017-12-27. Retrieved 2015-10-31. – info: scheme registry is closed
"Z39.88-2004: The OpenURL Framework for Context-Sensitive Services The Key/Encoded-Value (KEV) Format Implementation Guidelines".
"Z39.88-2004: The OpenURL Framework for Context-Sensitive Services The Key/Encoded-Value (KEV) Format Implementation Guidelines, Appendices".
"Z39.88-2004: The OpenURL Framework for Context-Sensitive Services The Key/Encoded-Value (KEV) Format Implementation Guidelines, Examples".
"Z39.88-2004: The OpenURL Framework for Context-Sensitive Services The Key/Encoded-Value (KEV) Format Implementation Guidelines" (PDF).

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