This page contains a reference example for a toolbox.
Shi, Y., Ma, X., Ma, Z., Wang, J., Yao, N., Gu, Q., Wang, C., & Gao, Z. (2018). Using a Kinect sensor to acquire biological motion: Toolbox and evaluation. Behavior Research Methods, 50(2), 518–529. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-017-0883-9
- Parenthetical citation: (Shi et al., 2018)
- Narrative citation: Shi et al. (2018)
- A toolbox is a set of statistical tools that researchers can use to analyze data, for example, to analyze distributions or to perform statistical modeling.
- To cite a toolbox, cite the work in which the toolbox was published (typically a journal article or conference presentation).
- Mention the name of the toolbox in the narrative if desired:
- The Kinect-based biological motion capture (KBC) toolbox allows researchers to capture biological motion information gathered using point-light displays (Shi et al., 2018).