Source

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Source or subsource may refer to:

People[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

Films[edit]

Games[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Groups and labels[edit]

Albums[edit]

Other uses in music[edit]

Periodicals[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • The Source (network), a radio network operated in the 1970s and 1980s by NBC
  • WVUR-FM or "The Source", Valparaiso University's student-run radio station

Visual arts[edit]

Brands and enterprises[edit]

Computing and technology[edit]

History[edit]

Law[edit]

  • Sources of international law, the materials and processes out of which the rules and principles regulating the international community are developed
  • Sources of law, the materials and processes out of which law is developed

Mathematics[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

Research[edit]

  • Source (intelligence) or subsource, typically a confidential provider of non open-source intelligence
  • Source (journalism), a person, publication, publishing institute or other record or document that gives information
  • Source document, a document in which data collected for a clinical trial is first recorded
  • Source text, in research (especially in the humanities), a source of information referred to by citation
    • Primary source, a first-hand written evidence of history made at the time of the event by someone who was present
    • Secondary source, a written account of history based upon the evidence from primary sources
    • Tertiary source, a compilation based upon primary and secondary sources
  • Sources (website), a directory of expert contacts and media spokespersons

Science[edit]

Biology[edit]

Earth science[edit]

Physics[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]