Wikipedia now has a more advanced citing system than science.

You can cite articles in by giving their ID in . Then if an article is retracted this will become visible on all Wiki pages that cite the article. 🤗

@VictorVenema yes, once data is in the right format, awesome things can be done :)

D'you have a link with more details?

@VictorVenema @eliasp okay, that one I know (and used actually). Good to hear it's been integrated into that! Fingers crossed, they pick up CiTO support :)

@egonw @eliasp

Russia has a system similar to Cite Q. They use the notation {{Source|Qxxxxxx}}

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