[Style PATCH] Organization Science

I needed a citation style for Organization Science (an INFORMS journal), and there was none, so I created one based on the generic Harvard template. It might not be perfect yet, but it is a good start. How do I go about to add it to the user-supplied templates?

Find the .csl style here: http://sspaeth.de/uploads/INFORMS_OrganizationScience.csl

Feedback and Comments welcome
  • http://www.zotero.org/styles/organization-science

    http://www.zotero.org/styles/organization-science?install=1 to install into Zotero
  • Thanks for your quick tweaks Dan. However, as I posted to the google group my style does not validate in validator.nu and is shown as invalid in the style repository. Weirdly enough the error I get is in the schema:

    Error: Undeclared prefix dc.
    At line 8, column 1 in resource http://xbiblio.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/xbiblio/csl/schema/trunk/csl.rnc

    Any hint appreciated. Hope someone finds the style useful.
  • edited August 25, 2009
    You're validating against the development version of the CSL schema, which isn't (yet) supported by Zotero. Try this link:


    (I'll update the documentation on the wiki as well)

    Also, it might be I broke the development schema by inserting an annotation at line 7, which would explain your error. Will look into it.
  • edited August 25, 2009
    Thanks for the quick reply. I have been using the above scheme and indeed got a more sensible result: I was using <sort> in the citation field which was not accepted. I have removed that now and it validates just fine. Hopefully the update version will soon be available.

    I was just following the wiki description of how to validate a style and that told me to use the trunk of csl.rnc. Thanks for updating the wiki to a working procedure. I have to say, creating a working style was easier than I thought it would be.
  • The sort-element must be included before the layout-element. The documentation that will be released with the new schema will discuss this.

    Also, the trunk schema was indeed invalid (https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/xbiblio/changeset/1169).
  • Thanks Rintze for fixing the schema and explaing that. Much appreciated.
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