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I was originally looking for a chronological list of ALL Star Trek episodes (plus any stories/novels) to use as a reference. I had been using wikipedia (specifically: [1]), but that has since been deleted (unsure why exactly) and I read some discussion about it being merged or Transwiki'd to Memory Alpha. I am unable to find this information here on MA. I know I am a newbie, but can anyone tell me what I am missing? I'm just really confused. -- BatmanBob 22:11, September 16, 2010 (UTC)

First, welcome! The articles about each series (such as Star Trek: The Original Series) have complete lists of episodes, sortable by airdate, production order, stardate, and episode number. I'm not sure if there is one single list with that information. We have information on novels at novels, broken down by publisher and series. I'm not sure if that's what you're looking for.--31dot 22:29, September 16, 2010 (UTC)

Thanks! The information on those pages you provided is helpful, but still less complete than I was hoping for. I found the original data from the Wikipedia page I was referencing that was simply copied to this wikia page [2]. If I am looking for some of the chronological novel information too, should I be in Memory-Beta? since it is beyond the normal canon? -- BatmanBob 16:38, September 17, 2010 (UTC)

I see what you are looking for now- the sidebar of each episode page does have the next and previous episodes in both production and release order but I think there is no single list. I don't think there is a single canon list like that either, though I don't know if other users might have such a list on their page or be working on one.
Memory Beta does have more extensive coverage of the information within novels, as their scope is broader(all licensed products as opposed to canon only here at MA) I'm not sure if you have heard of the reference work Adventures in Time and Space, which does have a list of how the books published up to that point fit into canon Star Trek- that might help you.--31dot 20:28, September 17, 2010 (UTC)

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