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Question: differences in formatting of the citation on the bioconductor link and from within R console
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bhakti.dwivedi0 wrote:

Hi,

Any suggestions on how I can change the formatting (particularly the order of the authors listed) of the citation listed under the bioconductor package link, for e.g., https://www.bioconductor.org/packages/release/bioc/html/packageName.html

When I call 'citation' for the package from within the R console, it's perfectly fine; however when I view the citation on the bioconductor link for the package, the order of the authors is reversed. How can I correct it?

Incorrect: 'last author last name' 'first author initials' & 'last author first initial' (2015). package details....

Correct: 'First author first and last name' & 'last author first and  last name' (2015). package details....

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Martin Morgan ♦♦ 20k wrote:

Ask questions about package development on the bioc-devel mailing list. There is an existing recent thread. No need to be secretive about your package; I guess it's SISPA.

The web page is formatted by the command

> format(citation("SISPA"), type="html")
[1] "Kowalski BD&J (2015). _SISPA: SISPA: Method for Sample Integrated Set\nProfile Analysis_. R package version 1.3.2."

In the Author: field of your DESCRIPTION file you have an ampersand between authors. Replace it with a comma

Index: DESCRIPTION
===================================================================
--- DESCRIPTION    (revision 121179)
+++ DESCRIPTION    (working copy)
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
 Package: SISPA
 Type: Package
 Title: SISPA: Method for Sample Integrated Set Profile Analysis
-Version: 1.3.2
+Version: 1.3.3
 Date: 2015-10-22
-Author: Bhakti Dwivedi & Jeanne Kowalski
+Author: Bhakti Dwivedi, Jeanne Kowalski
 Maintainer: Bhakti Dwivedi <bhakti.dwivedi@emory.edu>
 Description: Sample Integrated Gene Set Analysis (SISPA) is a method designed to define sample groups with similar gene set enrichment profiles.
 Depends:R (>= 3.2),GSVA,changepoint,data.table,ggplot2,plyr

or use the Authors@R formulation (and remove the existing Author and Maintainer: fields) for better control; see "Writing R Extensions" for additional detail.

 

 

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bhakti.dwivedi0 wrote:

Thank you. Appreciate your response and answer!

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