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Review Authoring

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  • Look up the reference in INSPIRE and download its BibTeX entry (see bottom of the "Information" tab for the article, under "Export").
  • Add the BibTeX entry to your review's .bib file. Note the article tag assigned by INSPIRE - you can see it in the first line of the BibTeX entry, after "@article{".
  • Cite the reference with "\cite", using the article tag assigned by INSPIRE.
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  • If INSPIRE does not have the reference you wish to cite (e.g. in the case of private communications), you may write your own BibTeX entry using an article tag of the form "BASENAME:...". NOTE: if the reference missing from INSPIRE is to a public document, please ask INSPIRE to add it by using the link "Additions" in the orange box on the right side of INSPIRE's starting page (the current direct URL is https://labs.inspirehep.net/literature/new but this is likely to change in the near future).
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  • If INSPIRE does not have the reference you wish to cite (e.g. in the case of private communications), you may write your own BibTeX entry using an article tag of the form "BASENAME:yourlabel". NOTE: if the reference missing from INSPIRE is to a public document, please ask INSPIRE to add it by using the link "Additions" in the orange box on the right side of INSPIRE's starting page (the current direct URL is https://labs.inspirehep.net/literature/new but this is likely to change in the near future).
 

Index

The Review of Particle Physics includes a global index. To add relevant terms from their reviews, authors should mark these terms using \index{keyword}. For example "Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD \index{QCD}) is ..." would add the term QCD to the index (note that the keyword provided to \index is not printed). In the default draft mode an index page showing the entries from your review is automatically generated.

 
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