I have searched this for hours but still no luck, obviously doing something wrong. The journal (Risk Analysis) wants "Reference style is based on the National Library of Medicine (NLM) style guide. In-text citations are numbered, superscripted and in parentheses, and the reference list is numbered in order of appearance within the manuscript. Footnotes are superscripted without parentheses". Could someone please suggest an appropriate .bst file to use that will produce this? Thanks, J
Please take a look here:
Basically, the vancouver style (http://guides.bib.umontreal.ca/disciplines/247-Citer-selon-le-style-Vancouver) is based on nlm. norme .
- Same interesting answers here (Biblatex style for New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)) as suggested by @Alan Munn
Hope that can helps.