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1. correct (scholarly) attribution? (Frederik Ramm)

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A sexta, 17/05/2019, 13:03, <[hidden email]> escreveu:
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Date: Thu, 16 May 2019 19:30:47 +0200
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Subject: [OSM-talk] correct (scholarly) attribution?
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Hi,

if someone writes a scientific paper and wants to reference an OSM data
set they used, what would be the correct way to do that? Typically such
mentions contain author and name of the work, and publication place and
year. Or maybe the web-like "retrieved on ..."?

Bye
Frederik

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