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If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under LMFDB.

[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, The L-functions and modular forms database, http://www.lmfdb.org, 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].

Of course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below). The BibTeX entry is:

@misc{lmfdb,
shorthand    = {LMFDB},
author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},
title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database},
howpublished = {\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},
year         = {2020},
note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},
}

Then you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by

\cite[\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}

In order to make the \url and \href commands to work, one should use the hyperref package.

To cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first rank 4 elliptic curve/$\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as

[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, The L-functions and modular forms database, home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class $\texttt{234446.a}$, http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/, 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].

The BibTeX entry is:

@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,
shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},
author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},
title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database,
Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class \texttt{234446.a}},
howpublished = {\mbox{\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},
year         = {2020},
note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},
}
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History: \r\n\r\n\r\n", 1597417736657070: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and Modular Forms Database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and Modular Forms Database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and Modular Forms Database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and Modular Forms Database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\n", 1622975248917633: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and Modular Forms Database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\n", 1622975285608002: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\n", 1623705889268194: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The $L$-functions and modular forms database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for Elliptic Curve Isogeny Class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\n", 1623705942310369: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The $L$-functions and modular forms database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\n", 1624610455893875: "If you would like to acknowledge the LMFDB, please use a citation in the following form, alphabetized under _LMFDB_.\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database,_ \r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org](http://www.lmfdb.org), 2020, [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nOf course you should change the year and date accessed to match your usage (the same comment applies to all the examples below).\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database},\r\n  howpublished = {\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
\r\n\r\nThen you can cite a certain object much like quoting a specific theorem from a paper. For example, you may refer to the elliptic curve with LMFDB label 11a.2 by\r\n\r\n\\cite[\\href{http://www.lmfdb.org/EllipticCurve/Q/11.a2}{Elliptic Curve 11.a2}]{lmfdb}\r\n\r\nIn order to make the \\url and \\href commands to work, one should use the [hyperref](http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref) package.\r\n\r\n----------------\r\n\r\nTo cite a specific page in the LMFDB, such as the home page of the L-function of the first\r\nrank 4 elliptic curve/$\\Q$ shown in the example below, you can cite it as\r\n\r\n[42] The LMFDB Collaboration, _The L-functions and modular forms database, \r\nhome page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class $\\texttt{234446.a}$_,\r\n[http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/](http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/), 2020 , [Online; accessed 31 July 2020].\r\n\r\nThe BibTeX entry is:\r\n\r\n
@misc{lmfdb:234446.a,\r\n  shorthand    = {LMFDB E234446.a},\r\n  author       = {The {LMFDB Collaboration}},\r\n  title        = {The {L}-functions and modular forms database, \r\n     Home page of the L-function $L(s,E)$ for elliptic curve isogeny class \\texttt{234446.a}},\r\n  howpublished = {\\mbox{\\url{http://www.lmfdb.org/L/EllipticCurve/Q/234446.a/}}},\r\n  year         = {2020},\r\n  note         = {[Online; accessed 31 July 2020]},\r\n}
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