Taylor Ricketts returned:
So we’re adding to our publications database, and now including books and book chapters. These have slightly different formatting conventions than journal articles (e.g., we need to list the publisher, there is no journal title, etc.). So I’m writing to see if you can format some types of references differently than others. For example, here is a book reference now on the publications webpage:
Kareiva, P.; Tallis, H.; Ricketts, T.; Daily, G. C.; Polasky, S.. (2011) Natural Capital: Theory and Practice of Mapping Ecosystem Services. Pages 392;
It’s formatted by listing the same fields, in teh same order, as all of the others. But we’d like it to be treated like a book, and look like:
Kareiva, P.; Tallis, H.; Ricketts, T.; Daily, G. C.; Polasky, S.. (2011) Natural Capital: Theory and Practice of Mapping Ecosystem Services. Oxford University Press, New York. Pages 392;
The difference is that the ‘publisher’ and the ‘place published’ fields have been inserted, with the appropriate punctuation around them.
I had to edit the ingestion script. dSpace recognizes a smaller set of metadata tagged fields than EndNote. In EndNote, Journal Article titles are stored in tag, while Book publisher appears in and publisher location in . I needed to map all three of these in to dSpace’s tag, concatenating the latter two:
Reaktion Books, London, UK.