||The date when you—the author of a reference
or bibliography—accessed an archived document or a web site;
thus, confirming existence and
availability of the cited item for that date.
||The address of the publisher or
simply a city name or a full address.
||Any text in reference to the original source,
for which a bibliographic entry is created.
||Any group of individuals or organizations forming
a union to accomplish a purpose.
||The name of a single author
or a list of author names.
||A chapter number.
||A chapter title.
The day of month (whole number bewtween 1 and 31))
The digital object identifier
||The edition of a book.
The name of a single editor or a list
of editor names.
The identifier of a figure; typically a number code such as
||The title or description relating to a figure.
||Short description of an unusual way of publication such as
||The name of a single inventor
or a list of inventor names; within the
bibscope context, an inventor is a patent author.
||The International Standard Book Number
||The full or abbreviated name of a journal
||The month in which the work or document was published.
||The issue number of a journal
or magazine, or the serial number of a report or some other work.
||The owner of a website or web service.
||A page number or
page number range.
||The number or identifier of a patent.
The name of a single photographer or a list
of photographer names.
||The name of the publisher.
||The name of the publisher, who originally published a
book, before reprints and revisions became available.
||The name of the academic institution
where a thesis was written.
||A section number.
||The unifying title of a set of books,
published in series under an overarching theme.
The identifier of a column or side box.
The label given to a side box.
The title of a side box.
||A subtitle given to an article, book
or other work in addition to its main title.
||The identifier of a table; typically a number code such as
6 or 4.1.
||The title relating to a table.
||The title of the work.
||The universal resource locator
(URL) for a documents that is available online.
||The volume number or
volume code of a journal or multi-volume book.
||The year in which the work was published.
||The year in which a book was originally published
before reprints and revisions became available.
||The version number of a
tutorial or manual, when reflection the version number of a
software package or device being addressed in the entered document.