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Re: [ESPResSo-devel] Citations

From: Axel Arnold
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-devel] Citations
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:09:50 +0200
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Hi all,

after some discussion with Olaf, we came to the following solution to make sure that algorithms get cited.

- we put them on our webpage as suggested

- we have a separate bibtex-file (doc/ug/citations.bib), where you can add references that people should cite. Of course, the bibtex-keys in this file should be pretty, as well as the entries, so ICPies, please don't just copy and paste our bib. In particular, remove timestamp and owner entries.

- to get the necessary attention, add your citation to the UG, directly at the syntax description of the method. There is a simple environment to do this, put it at the beginning of the section:

  Please cite~\citewbibkey{adress} when using AdResS.

citewbibkey will output also the bibtex key, so that it is easy to find the reference in doc/ug/citations.bib.

Of course, you can not do that, but don't complain if you don't get cited. At the moment, this is fairly biased towards Christoph and me, so correct this :-).


On 08/30/2012 04:00 PM, Axel Arnold wrote:
Hi Espressies,

another famous simulation package for atomistic simulations outputs a list of publications to cite if certain methods are used for a project. Of course, we don't want even more globbering output, but what about extending the "Cite us"-page, and put it more prominently on the page?

What I mean are citations e.g. for P3M, ICC*, MEMD, MMM2D,...

If we want to do that, I would suggest to collect the citations via the mailing list and then add them at once to the website.


JP Dr. Axel Arnold
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