# APA Citing

Typing in the APA reference list entries are tedious. Therefore, use the biblatex-apa package.
Why biblatex instead of Bib$\rm \TeX$?
Apart from the support of @online tag, see this blog post on the comparison between the apacite and biblatex-apa packages.
For writing scientific reports, refer to $\rm \LaTeX$ Style and Bib$\rm \TeX$ Bibliography Formats for Biologists: $\rm \TeX$ and $\rm \LaTeX$ Resources by Tom Schneider. (URL)