Cite using Vancouver

Datasets and statistics

Template

Last name XX/Organization/Government agency. Title [Internet]. Version. Place of publication: Publisher; Year [cited year month day]. Available: URL
 

Examples
1. Eurostat. House price index (2015 = 100) - quarterly data [Internet]. Luxembourg: Eurostat; 2021 [cited 2021 July 22]. Available: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/databrowser/bookmark/2a2a5032-8ded-43bf-aaec-2878e22a9c86?lang=en

2. SCB. Newborns, most common first names normally used by first name used, observations and year. Years 1998 - 2016 [Internet]. Stockholm: Statistics Sweden; 2017 [cited 2018 February 2]. Available: https://www.statistikdatabasen.scb.se/pxweb/en/ssd/START__BE__BE0001/BE0001T05AR/?rxid=f45f90b6-7345-4877-ba25-9b43e6c6e299

3. UCDP. Adoni–Ogoni [Internet]. Uppsala: Uppsala University; 2017 [cited 2017 October 3]. Available: http://ucdp.uu.se/#nonstate/5396

 

Comments
  • The date of retrieval should be stated for all electronic sources, in addition to the year of publication. This is written as shown above, in square brackets with the word "cited". The reason for this is that electronic sources may theoretically get edited and the information in them can then change. For this reason it is important to indicate at what time you studied an electronic source.
  • If information about year of publication is missing you can write [no date] instead.
  • Version is specified from the second version.