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All Cite pages have a redundant section

All Cite pages have the redundant section (as first and third)

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Was it intentional? — Daniel Forgues 02:28, 3 January 2011 (UTC)

YES! - N J A Sloane

Google Scholar

For RFC 4408 (OpenSPF) I created a Google Scholar e-mail alert; it works like a charme. If you want to get an e-mail whenever Google Scholar finds a new book or citation for OEIS click on the initialized Google Scholar search query, and then on "create alert" (Google account required, protect your online privacy).
Frank Ellermann 16:32, 20 April 2011 (UTC)

Google Scholar (initialized query)

In the following

** [ Google Scholar] (initialized [ query])
** Google Scholar (initialized query)

I added


to get rid of medical links related to (also removed) medical links


By doing so, do we risk losing some relevant links, e.g. "OEIS complex numbers" or something else? — Daniel Forgues 03:52, 3 June 2013 (UTC)

Compare with what we get if we don't remove +-%22OEIS+complex%22

** Google Scholar (initialized query)

Daniel Forgues 03:55, 3 June 2013 (UTC)

A Google search of "OEIS complex" seems to only produce medical related links, so I don't think we loose relevant links. — Daniel Forgues 04:00, 3 June 2013 (UTC)

Referencing OEIS

It is said, "To reference a particular sequence, the usual citation is: OEIS Foundation Inc. (2011), The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences," I have 2 concerns about this:

  1. I don't think it' correct to put the "OEIS Foundation" as author. (Comparing with other collaborative works like wikipedia, I think best would be to put no author at all, but there might be better ideas.).
  2. Comparing with citation of individual items (papers, contributions...) in a collection (proceedings,...) I think the individual title should be cited first, followed by "(in:) The OEIS", viz, e.g.: "A123456, in: The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEISF...)," MFH 10:54, 6 August 2016 (UTC)
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