Citing Stingray

Citations are still the main currency of the academic world, and the best way to ensure that Stingray continues to be supported and we can continue to work on it. If you use Stingray in data analysis leading to a publication, we ask that you cite both a DOI which points to the software itself and our papers describing the Stingray project.

DOI

If possible, we ask that you cite a DOI corresponding to the specific version of Stingray that you used to carry out your analysis.

Stingray Release

DOI

Citation

v0.3

10.5281/zenodo.4881255

[Link to BibTeX]

v0.2

10.5281/zenodo.3898435

[Link to BibTeX]

v0.1.3

10.5281/zenodo.3242835

[Link to BibTeX]

v0.1.2

10.5281/zenodo.3242829

[Link to BibTeX]

v0.1.1

10.5281/zenodo.3242825

[Link to BibTeX]

v0.1

10.5281/zenodo.3239519

[Link to BibTeX]

If this isn’t possible — for example, because you worked with an unreleased version of the code — you can cite Stingray’s concept DOI, 10.5281/zenodo.1490116 (BibTeX), which will always resolve to the latest release.

Papers

Please cite both of the following papers:

Other Useful References

Stingray is listed in the Astrophysics Source Code Library. Copy the corresponding BibTeX to clipboard.