How to format Talmudic references in standard Rabbinical fashion?

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Jeremiah | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Aug 28 2017 1:50 AM

Hey, when I do a copy paste from the Talmud Bavli I get something like this for my citation reference:

Neusner, J. (2011). The Babylonian Talmud: A Translation and Commentary (Vol. 16, p. 487). Peabody, MA: He

I want also the standard reference as Talmud is not referenced by modern page numbers but by "folios" and the standardized Lithuanian daf (A,B,C, etc).

So for the above I'd like to be able for my reference to automatically say something like 
Sanhedrin 36A. As I'm still stumbling through all the wonders of Logos I find myself quite advanced in some areas of using the software and then quite imbecilic in other areas ... so... is there a way to do this (other than manually)?



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