[Numpy-discussion] Academic citation ?

Pierre GM pgmdevlist@gmail....
Mon Jan 26 10:27:29 CST 2009


JH,
Thx for the links, but I'm afraid I need something more basic than  
that. For example, I'm referring to Python as:

van Rossum, G. and Drake, F. L. (eds), 2006. Python Reference Manual,  
Python Software Foundation,. http://docs.python.org/ref/ref.html.

I could indeed use http://www.scipy.org/Citing_SciPy to cite Scipy  
(although the citation is incomplete), and define something similar  
for Numpy... Or refer to the "Computing in Science and Engineering"  
special issue. I'm just a bit surprised there's no official standard.

Thx,
P.



On Jan 26, 2009, at 10:56 AM, jh@physics.ucf.edu wrote:

>> What is the most up-to-date way to cite Numpy and Scipy in an  
>> academic
>> journal ?
>
> Cite our conference articles here:
>
> http://conference.scipy.org/proceedings/SciPy2008/index.html
>
> It would be nice if someone involved in the proceedings could post a
> bibtex on the citations page.  And link the citations page
> to...something...easily navigated to from the front page.
>
> This brings up a related point:
>
> When someone goes to scipy.org, there is no way to navigate to
> conferences.scipy.org from scipy.org except by finding the link buried
> in the intro text.  Ipython and all the whatever.scipy.org domains,
> except for docs.scipy.org, are completely absent; you have to know
> about them to find them.  I don't even know where to find a complete
> list of these.  They should all have a presence on at least the front
> page and maybe the navigation.
>
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