Citing R / Bioconductor
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Tan, MinHan ▴ 180
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Good evening, Just to confirm - is there any change to citing R and Bioconductor? Citation() does not seem to have been changed? The last message on this was 1 1/4 year ago - attached below. Everything is moving so quickly all the time ...! Thanks. Min-han Vincent Carey 525-2265 stvjc at channing.harvard.edu Fri Apr 18 13:12:20 MEST 2003 Previous message: [BioC] Citing R, Bioconductor, and the affy package Next message: [BioC] HClust/Heapmap weirdness? Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -- -------- > Paper: (as recommended in the R FAQ) > ------ > > R. Ihaka and R. Gentleman (1996), R: A Language for Data Analysis and > Graphics, Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, Vol 5, No 3, > 299-314 I continue to cite the above. If the purpose is to notify readers of literature relevant to the system, I would also cite Chambers 1998 and Venables and Ripley 2002 because of their scope. > > Paper: > ------ > > The FAQ suggests the R paper, but is there not a better publication? It is now possible to cite Gentleman R, Carey VJ. Visualization and annotation of genomic experiments, in Parmigiani G, Garrett ES, Irizarry RA, Zeger SL, eds. The Analysis of Gene Expression Data, NY: Springer, 2003. (I do not have the page numbers.) This covers the project aims; there are chapters by Rafael and Sandrine in the Parmigiani volume that will likely also be relevant to cite. Thanks for checking -- we should update the FAQ to reflect these pubs. This email message, including any attachments, is for the so...{{dropped}}
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