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Babbage, D. R. (2014). Open and abundant data. synapseproject.org, May 2, 2014. Retrieved from: http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data
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Chicago Manual of Style
Babbage, Duncan Ross. "Open and abundant data." synapseproject.org. 2 May 2014. http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data.
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Babbage, Duncan Ross. "Open and abundant data." synapseproject.org, May 2, 2014. http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data (accessed November 19, 2017).
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CSE Style
Open and abundant data [Internet]. [updated 2014 May 2]. Babbage, Duncan Ross, synapseproject.org; [cited 2017 November 19]. Available from: http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data
MHRA
Babbage, Duncan Ross, 'Open and abundant data', synapseproject.org, 2 May 2014, <http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data> [accessed 19 November 2017].
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BibTex
@misc{synapseproject.org:xxx,
  author = "Babbage, Duncan Ross",
  title = "Open and abundant data",
  year = 2014,
  url = "http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data",
  note = "[Online; accessed 19-November-2017]"
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AMA
Babbage, Duncan Ross. Open and abundant data. synapseproject.org. May 2, 2014. http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data. Accessed November 19, 2017.
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Babbage, Duncan Ross. "Open and abundant data." synapseproject.org, 2 May 2014. Web. 19 Nov 2017.
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Harvard Style
Babbage, Duncan Ross 2014, 'Open and abundant data,' synapseproject.org, 2 May 2014, viewed 19 November 2017, <http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data>.
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Babbage, Duncan Ross 2014. "Open and abundant data." synapseproject.org, May 2. Retrieved November 19, 2017 (http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data).
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Bluebook
Open and abundant data, http://synapseproject.org/updates/2014/open-and-abundant-data (last visited Nov. 19, 2017).
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