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I am using JabRef to create my references. I want to put a note for the for the access date (for electronic references) Here is an example:

@ELECTRONIC{qwest,
  url = {http://gigaom.com/cleantech/smart-grid-dsl-current-and-qwest-team-up/  [Accessed: Nov, 2012]},
}

However, if I use the one above, it looks bad since there is no space between up/ and [A.

How can I make it look better?

  • The biblatex package supports a urlseen label, which you can use for specifying the date relevant for the URL. I haven't played with it. – user10274 Dec 6 '12 at 18:01
  • Or, you can use the field note with contents [Nov 2012] or [Accessed: Nov 2012]. But @MarcvanDongen 's solution is clearly better. – yo' Dec 6 '12 at 18:13
  • it works in a desired way! – sosruko Dec 6 '12 at 21:07
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(Derived from the comments of Marc van Dongen and tohecz)

The biblatex package supports an urlseen label which you can use for specifying the date relevant for the URL. Without biblatex, you can use the field note with contents [Nov 2012] or [Accessed: Nov 2012].

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