I occasionally have a case where I want to give a formula and also attribute it. This ends up like that:
I do not really like that, though. The citation looks very odd at this spot. If the next paragraph would continue right after the citation mark, it would be worse, I fear.
One solution would be to just attach the citation mark at the end of the sentence, perhaps even after a colon behind “by”. This does not really make sense from a reading-flow perspective.
One could also try to mangle in another sentence, attribute that and give the equation afterwards. That would look nicer but not be correct.
Alternatively, we can use the
biblatexwhich will produce
Schatz, Weidinger, Deicher [SWD10]
instead and can by used in the text like
the factor is given by Schatz, Weidinger, Deicher [SWD10] as EQUATION.
Or one could append that like this:
the factor is given by EQUATION as given by Schatz, Weidinger, Deicher [SWD10].
What would be a good solution that is both scientifically correct and also the least ugly?