I have been asked how best to cite
Randomization.com in reports and manuscripts. I wish I knew!
According to examples in the
Citation Guide at the University of Alberta,"No reference entry is
needed; give the URL of the site in text." For example,
randomization scheme was generated by using the Web site
reference guide to using internet sources summarizes the guidelines
from MLA style, APA style, Chicago style, and CBE style. They uniformly
recommend providing as much information as possible, including
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- Author: Gerard E. Dallal, Ph.D.
- Version number or any other identifying information: There is
a "date last modified" at the bottom of every page. However, that refers
to cosmetics only. As stated on the Randomization.com home page, the
algorithms have never changed and, if they were to change (even due to
error), this would be clearly documented on the home page of the website
and all versions would continue to be available.
- Date of electronic publication or posting or latest update,
whichever is most recent: See previous entry.
- Name of any organization sponsoring or associated with the Web
- Date the website was accessed
- URL in angle brackets: