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A data citation should include, at the very least, the following elements:
Here is an example:
“Tenopir C, Allard S, Douglass K, Aydinoglu AU, Wu L, Read E, Manoff M, Frame M (2011) Data from: Data sharing by scientists: practices and perceptions. Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.6t94p. Accessed 18 April 2013."
from the article: “Tenopir C, Allard S, Douglass K, Aydinoglu AU, Wu L, Read E, Manoff M, Frame M (2011) Data sharing by scientists: practices and perceptions. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21101. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021101”
If you need to use a specific citation style (e.g. APA, Chicago, etc.), enter your DOI (e.g. '10.1234/1234567') at this site to format the citation for your dataset.
The general format for citing data using the APA 7th ed. (p. 339) is provided below.
Author, A. A. (Date). Title of data set (Version number - if it exists) [Description of form]. Publisher Name. https://xxxxx
The form descriptions are flexible, but the most common is: [Data set]
Exclude the publisher name if it is the same as the author.
"Include a retrieval date only if the data set is designed to change over time" (p. 337): Retrieved Month, day, year, from https://xxxxx