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For the development of BiblioZit-Online, we analysed numerous literature on scientific work, bibliographies and citations from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and other countries and converted all source types found here into the present unified citation style.
In addition to classical secondary and tertiary sources, we have listed numerous primary sources. Also, many "new" digital age sources have been included in our database.
However, if you discover that source types are missing here, encounter ambiguities or have ideas for improvement, please contact us. We will consider your suggestions and, if necessary, we will add them to our database. Please send us a proposal, including an explanation of your proposed extension, change or improvement via the attached form or by e-mail to:
The database is updated at regular intervals.