[Numpy-discussion] how to reference Numerical Python in a scientific publication

Paul Dubois pfdubois at gmail.com
Wed Aug 9 23:55:37 CDT 2006

P. F. Dubois, K. Hinsen, and J. Hugunin, "Numerical Python", Computers
in Physics, v. 10, #3, May/June 1996.

is one reference people have used. Others simply refer to the website.
The new book might be the best for numpy itself, dunno.

Related papers are:

David Ascher, P. F. Dubois, Konrad Hinsen, James Hugunin, and Travis
Oliphant, "Numerical Python", UCRL-MA-128569, 93 pp., Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA; 1999.
-- this is the 'official' Numerical Python documentation as first released.

P. F. Dubois, "Extending Python with Fortran", Computing in Science
and Engineering, v. 1 #5, Sept./Oct. 1999., p.66-73.

David Scherer, Paul Dubois, and Bruce Sherwood, "VPython: 3D
Interactive Scientific Graphics for Students", Computing in Science
and Engineering, v. 2 #5, Sep./Oct. 2000, p. 56-62.

On 09 Aug 2006 21:37:39 -0700, Sebastian Haase <haase at msg.ucsf.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
> we are using numerical python as an integral part of a microscope
> development project over last few years.
> So far we have been using exclusively numarray but now I decided it's
> time to slowly but sure migrate to numpy.
> What is the proper way to reference these packages ?
> Thanks to everyone involved,
> Sebastian Haase
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