When you use GeoLytics to produce maps, tables, or datasets for research or publication, you must cite GeoLytics as the source of the data. The standard format for a citation is:
"Product Name", GeoLytics, Inc., East Brunswick, NJ, Year Published.
The following are suggested formats for common citation styles. Some judgment calls have been made in determining these formats, as standards have not yet been established for online demographic data. We suggest using publication dates for the CD versions of GeoLytics demographic data, which have the same content as what's online. You may find publication dates by searching for GeoLytics demographic data on CD using WorldCat.
|APA||Title. (Year of publication). GeoLytics [online demographic data]. Place of publication: Name of publisher.||CensusCD 1990 Long Form in 2000 Boundaries. (2002). Geolytics [online demographic data]. East Brunswick, NJ: GeoLytics, Inc.|
|MLA||Author. "Title". Year of publication. Place of publication. Name of publisher. Web. Date accessed.||
GeoLytics. "CensusCD Neighborhood Change Database Long Form". 2003. East Brunswick, NJ. GeoLytics, Inc. Web. 22 October 2010.
|Chicago||"Title". Name of publisher, Place of publication, Year of publication.||
"CensusCD 1980 in 2000 Boundaries", GeoLytics, Inc., East Brunswick, NJ, 2004.
Still unsure about how to format? Ask a librarian.
Geolytics requires a special license for posting their data on the web in a manipulable format:
If you are interested in creating software or web-enabled products using Geolytics data, their guidance is here:
Because the Library already has a license to Geolytics's online data, please contact us at email@example.com if you think you might need a professional license to the Geolytics data.
Dartmouth College Libraries
Describes how to cite maps from various sources.
University of Waterloo Library
Provides citation guidelines for data obtained from local area network, online database, FTP server and GIS software.
Ohio Wesleyan Libraries
Contains extensive examples for citing maps, from both print and electronic sources.