[Numpy-discussion] Citing Numeric and numpy

Ryan Krauss ryanlists@gmail....
Wed Aug 29 08:06:42 CDT 2007


Obviously this is mainly Travis' question to answer and it depends on
the nature of the reference, but I would like to see Travis's article
in the recent special issue on Python for scientific use in CiSE cited
as well because I think it does a great job of presenting why Python
should be taken seriously as a language for scientific computing.

FWIW,

Ryan

On 8/29/07, Peter <numpy-discussion@maubp.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> Dear Travis and the Numerical Python community,
>
> I would like to know if there is a preferred form for citing the old
> "Numeric" library and more recent "numpy" libraries in a publication.  I
> have checked the mailing list archives, but didn't find an answer.
>
> I am not aware of any publication for the original Numeric library,
> leaving just the project webpage.  Is something like this acceptable?:
>
> David Ascher et al. (2001) Numerical Python, http://www.numpy.org
>
> For NumPy, is it best to cite http://www.numpy.org or the book? Would
> this suffice for the NumPy book citation:
>
> Travis E. Oliphant (2006) Guide to NumPy, Trelgol Publishing, USA.
>
> It would be nice to have the full citation reference details (e.g.
> publisher's address and explicit year of publication) on the book's
> webpage: http://www.tramy.us
>
> Thanks,
>
> Peter
>
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