On 8 February 2018 at 06:51, Oliver Lemke <oliver.le...@uni-hamburg.de> wrote:
>> Are there any guidelines on how to cite typhon? I couldn't find
>> anything in the documentation.
>> I thought that maybe its also a good idea just to have a bibtex entry
>> in the README.md on github.
> There is unfortunately no common style in which software should be cited. 
> Some journals even prefer to only have it mentioned in the text (with the 
> exact version that was used), not in the references. It's of course different 
> if there is a publication available connected to that software, like for ARTS.

I usually put a listing of important FOSS in the acknowledgements.
With citation if possible, without otherwise.  But NumPy, SciPy,
matplotlib, xarray etc. often have "publications" in the form of
presentations at conferences such as the SciPy conference, or even
proper papers.  So perhaps the solution is to present typhon at a
suitable conference ;-)

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