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See the example for Data Sets above if your refer to and use the data.
For Journal articles:
Where a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is provided, use it in the citation. No need for any further retrieval information or retrieval date.
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Where the article is from private or non-commercial sources or hard to locate, give the complete and specific URL.
Where required by style of publication or by faculty or if the material content may change over time, provide the retrieval date in the format: Retrieved Month dd, YYYY, from URL