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Interpretation and visualisation of data from dairy herds

Kristof Hermans, Geert Opsomer UGent, Willem Waegeman UGent, Sander Moerman, Jenne De Koster UGent, Mieke Van Eetvelde UGent, Bonifacius Van Ranst UGent and Miel Hostens UGent (2018) IN PRACTICE. 40(5). p.195-203
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published
subject
journal title
IN PRACTICE
volume
40
issue
5
pages
195 - 203
publisher
BMJ
ISSN
0263-841X
2042-7689
DOI
10.1136/inp.k2166
UGent publication?
yes
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U
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8568904
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8568904
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2018-07-10 07:45:34
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2018-07-10 07:45:34
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  author       = {Hermans, Kristof and Opsomer, Geert and Waegeman, Willem and Moerman, Sander and De Koster, Jenne and Van Eetvelde, Mieke and Van Ranst, Bonifacius and Hostens, Miel},
  issn         = {0263-841X},
  journal      = {IN PRACTICE},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {195--203},
  publisher    = {BMJ},
  title        = {Interpretation and visualisation of data from dairy herds},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/inp.k2166},
  volume       = {40},
  year         = {2018},
}

Chicago
Hermans, Kristof, Geert Opsomer, Willem Waegeman, Sander Moerman, Jenne De Koster, Mieke Van Eetvelde, Bonifacius Van Ranst, and Miel Hostens. 2018. “Interpretation and Visualisation of Data from Dairy Herds.” In Practice 40 (5): 195–203.
APA
Hermans, Kristof, Opsomer, G., Waegeman, W., Moerman, S., De Koster, J., Van Eetvelde, M., Van Ranst, B., et al. (2018). Interpretation and visualisation of data from dairy herds. IN PRACTICE, 40(5), 195–203.
Vancouver
1.
Hermans K, Opsomer G, Waegeman W, Moerman S, De Koster J, Van Eetvelde M, et al. Interpretation and visualisation of data from dairy herds. IN PRACTICE. BMJ; 2018;40(5):195–203.
MLA
Hermans, Kristof, Geert Opsomer, Willem Waegeman, et al. “Interpretation and Visualisation of Data from Dairy Herds.” IN PRACTICE 40.5 (2018): 195–203. Print.