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I am referring to a website in a scientific paper, the website is providing some stats.

What do I write in the author field? The stats are collected using programs installed on some players PCs.

I am using natbib in my tex files. I am generating the bibtex file using mendeley.

This is the website: http://www.xfire.com/cms/xstatics_2009_february/

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You might want to try the @misc bibTeX entry. As author I'd take 'Xfire', as title something like 'Top 20 most played games on Xfire' and the howpublished field should contain the link to the website:

@misc{Xfire,
author={Xfire},
title={Top 20 most played games on Xfire},
howpublished={\url{http://www.xfire.com/cms/xstatics_2009_february/}}
}

Note that you'll need to call the url package in the preamble

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or package hyperref, which includes the call of package url. –  Kurt Sep 12 '12 at 15:01
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