How to cite signac

Preferred Citation

Please acknowledge the use of this software within the body of your publication by copying or adapting the following:

The computational workflow and data management for this publication was supported by the signac data management framework [ADRG18].

ADRG18

Carl S. Adorf, Paul M. Dodd, Vyas Ramasubramani, and Sharon C. Glotzer. Simple data and workflow management with the signac framework. Comput. Mater. Sci., 146(C):220–229, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.commatsci.2018.01.035.

A preprint of this paper is also available as arXiv:1611.03543.


If you make use of signac-flow, we also strongly recommend citing the following publication:

RAD+18

Vyas Ramasubramani, Carl S. Adorf, Paul M. Dodd, Bradley D. Dice, and Sharon C. Glotzer. signac: A Python framework for data and workflow management. In Proceedings of the 17th Python in Science Conference, 152–159. 2018. doi:10.25080/Majora-4af1f417-016.


If your paper makes use of the signac-flow features for aggregation or groups, or signac features for synced collections, consider citing:

DBR+21

Bradley D. Dice, Brandon L. Butler, Vyas Ramasubramani, Alyssa Travitz, Michael M. Henry, Hardik Ojha, Kelly L. Wang, Carl S. Adorf, Eric Jankowski, and Sharon C. Glotzer. signac: Data Management and Workflows for Computational Researchers. In Proceedings of the 20th Python in Science Conference, 23–32. 2021. doi:10.25080/majora-1b6fd038-003.


If possible, we also recommend including a citation of the associated Zenodo resource:

ARD+19

Carl S. Adorf, Vyas Ramasubramani, Bradley D. Dice, Michael M. Henry, Paul M. Dodd, and Sharon C. Glotzer. Glotzerlab/signac. February 2019. URL: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2581327, doi:10.5281/zenodo.2581327.


To cite these references, you can use the following BibTeX entries:

@article{signac_commat,
  title = {Simple data and workflow management with the signac framework},
  author = {Carl S. Adorf and Paul M. Dodd and Vyas Ramasubramani and Sharon C. Glotzer},
  year = 2018,
  journal = {Comput. Mater. Sci.},
  volume = 146,
  number = {C},
  pages = {220--229},
  doi = {10.1016/j.commatsci.2018.01.035}
}
@inproceedings{signac_scipy_2018,
  title = {{s}ignac: {A} {P}ython framework for data and workflow management},
  author = {
    Vyas Ramasubramani and Carl S. Adorf and Paul M. Dodd and Bradley D. Dice and Sharon
    C. Glotzer
  },
  year = 2018,
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 17th Python in Science Conference},
  pages = {152--159},
  doi = {10.25080/Majora-4af1f417-016}
}
@inproceedings{signac_scipy_2021,
  title = {{s}ignac: {D}ata {M}anagement and {W}orkflows for {C}omputational {R}esearchers},
  author = {
    Bradley D. Dice and Brandon L. Butler and Vyas Ramasubramani and Alyssa Travitz and
    Michael M. Henry and Hardik Ojha and Kelly L. Wang and Carl S. Adorf and Eric
    Jankowski and Sharon C. Glotzer
  },
  year = 2021,
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 20th Python in Science Conference},
  pages = {23--32},
  doi = {10.25080/majora-1b6fd038-003}
}
@misc{signac_zenodo,
  title = {glotzerlab/signac},
  author = {
    Carl S. Adorf and Vyas Ramasubramani and Bradley D. Dice and Michael M. Henry and
    Paul M. Dodd and Sharon C. Glotzer
  },
  year = 2019,
  month = feb,
  doi = {10.5281/zenodo.2581327},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2581327}
}

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