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Source Citation Categories

A number of STEMMA source-types are used in the online examples. Although not proposed as standards, I document them here for completeness:

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/blog

An online blog. Parameters: [Author], Title, [Host], Blog, Date, URL, Accessed.

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/book

A printed book. Parameters: Author, Title, Publisher, PublisherAddr, Date, Page.

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/correspondence

Written correspondence. Parameters: From, To, Date.

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/folklore

Folklore or legend. Original source unknown. Parameters: Source, Date.

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/newspaper

Newspaper article. Parameters: [Author], Title, Paper, Date, Page, [Column].

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/testimony-1

First-hand testimony. Parameters: Source, Date.

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/testimony-2

Second-hand testimony. Parameters: Source-1, Date-1, Source-2, Date-2 (i.e. recollection as given to Source-1 by Source-2 on Date-2).

 

http://stemma.parallaxview.co/source-type/web-media

Online news service. Parameters: Author, Title, Publisher, PublisherAddr, Date, URL, Accessed.