Vancouver Style was originated from Vancouver, Canada, which follows in-text citation where a consecutive number in parentheses is given at the end of a sentence. It is also known as numeric or footnotes system. In some books superscript number is used without parentheses. Each number has a citation given at the end of the page. There can be mentioned maximum of six authors by their surnames, after which the initials of other authors are used in the citation.
Vancouver style is mostly used in publications related to physical sciences or medical studies.
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