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# Markdown basics

Thinklab uses GitHub flavored markdown to allow formatting of text.

# Citations

## Citation with inline DOI

This is the simplest way to create a citation. Just use the DOI inline as shown below. The citation meta-data will be automatically fetched from CrossRef and the reference will be automatically added to your references list.

[@10.15363/thinklab.4]


Or for multiple citations at once:

[@10.15363/thinklab.4 @10.15363/thinklab.3]


## Citation with no DOI

If there is no DOI associated with your reference you'll need to use a citation key and then define full citation elsewhere. A URL is optional as shown. You cannot use markdown inside the quoted citation.

[@citation_key]

[@citation_key]: http://www.optional-url.com "Citation text in quotes"


# Figures

Thinklab proposals and research reports can include figures. Once the figure has been created from the project manager it can be inserted into a document like so:

[:figure](metanodes)
[:table](metaedges)


These figures can then be referenced from the document by creating links like so:

[Figure {n}](#metanodes)
[Table {n}](#metaedges)


Our system will replace {n} with the correct figure or table number.

# Videos

You may embed Youtube or Vimeo videos with the following markdown:

![:youtube](L5rVH1KGBCY)
![:vimeo](19231255)


# Math

We support MathJax.

Inline example:

Inline $1+1=2$ example


Block example:

$$1+1=2$$