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Citing Iris#

If Iris played an important part in your research then please add us to your reference list by using one of the recommendations below.

BibTeX Entry#

For example:

@manual{Iris,
author = {{Met Office}},
title = {Iris: A Python package for analysing and visualising meteorological and oceanographic data sets},
edition = {v1.2},
year = {2010 - 2013},
address = {Exeter, Devon },
url = {http://scitools.org.uk/}
}

Downloaded Software#

Suggested format:

ProductName. Version. ReleaseDate. Publisher. Location. DOIorURL. DownloadDate.

For example:

Iris. v1.2. 28-Feb-2013. Met Office. UK. https://github.com/SciTools/iris/archive/v1.2.0.tar.gz 01-03-2013

Checked Out Software#

Suggested format:

ProductName. Publisher. URL. CheckoutDate. RepositorySpecificCheckoutInformation.

For example:

Iris. Met Office. git@github.com:SciTools/iris.git 06-03-2013

Reference: [Jackson].

Jackson

Jackson, M. 2012. How to cite and describe software. Accessed 06-03-2013.